Hamil Griffin-Cassidy & Bobby Kahn, producer and host of cable access sensation “Freaky Deeky,” took some time to reminisce and talk about what to expect at “Bobby Kahn’s Variety 2.5 Hours” this Friday and Saturday.
For this week’s The Culturator, Juleana Enright chats with Paper Darts’ Ann Tozer, on curating Wordsmith, ‘a jewelry meets literature’ exhibit, and fills us in on the connection between the two seemingly unrelated art forms.
The Minnesota Opera’s staging of classic Mozart comedic opera “The Magic Flute” is a visual masterpiece that tips into excess.
Where do we begin with this episode? It was chock full of secret alliances bearing fruit, people revealing themselves to be assholes, surprising changes in status quo, and an out of left field honest conversation. To begin, let’s talk about the secretively manipulative shark in the room; Jim Cutler. In the partners meeting in Ted’s office, it was he that basically cock-blocked Pete and Ted on their get of […]
Our guide to continuing Twin Cities art exhibits, as recommended by l’étoile’s staff.
On the eve of their Tenth Anniversary celebration, we chat with the co-founder of the acclaimed tax firm and gallery space.
In this episode, the girls resurrect (and fill in as hosts) of RuPaul’s old talk show. Hilarity ensues.
After an interminable wait, the men & women of SC&P enter a new year, new statuses, and a new world in Los Angeles.
Susan Woehrle visited Minneapolis artist Wing Young Huie and gallery director Stephanie Rogers to discuss Huie’s upcoming show “Still Life” at Third Place Gallery.
For this week’s Culturator, Juleana Enright chats with Color Space Art and Imaging co-founder Chris Barfield about the company’s latest project which is primed to be a one-stop art resource, that promotes work for art professionals and novices alike.
It’s Comedy Tonight, as the remaining drag queens must perform stand up comedy. Hilarity (?) ensues.
Paint your face and sell it queens! The remaining eight girls have to create commercials for RuPaul’s new makeup line.
If you’re among those who scored tickets to this Sunday’s “Mad Men” season seven viewing party at Jax, hosted by Vita.mn and Jake Rudh, the question weighing on your mind all week has been: What to wear?!
This week, contributing writer Maggie K. Sotos reviews “Darjeeling Unscripted,” the improv comedy based on the style of writer/director Wes Anderson. Spoiler alert: it’s good!
Susan Woehrle takes a tour of artist Paige Dansinger’s colorful new show, “Cherry Blossoms,” at her downtown gallery, #GALLERYPAIGE.
On the evening of the opening reception for his exhibit, “All the World’s A Stage,” l’étoile chats with MPLS ex-pat/photographer Benjamin Fredrickson about his latest flesh-centric portraiture work, past projects and creating art in NYC.
The girls are asked to serve up some 90s hip hop realness for charity, but first there’s some reading to be done…
The Rogue Epicurean highlights The Dandies Project, a initiative that features stylish local men of color in a blend of fashion & cultural commentary.
In this week’s edition, The Culturator sits in on a DIY shadow puppetry workshop taught by puppeteer, Annie Katsura Rollins, and learns the history and theory behind the theatrical storytelling medium.
The “controversial” adaptation of the iconic musical/opera is making its case with a winning production at The Ordway this weekend.
It’s time for the annual Snatch Game challenge, where the queens must break out their best celebrity impersonations. Hilarity (?) ensues…
Voodoo dolls, Dallas references, and porcelain doll marionettes. This year’s Ballet of the Dolls fundraiser clawed out your eyeballs, squirmed into your skull, and then filled your brain with rainbows, clowns, and ’90s jams.
Emily Chang reviews ARENA Dances’ 7th annual swimwear show fundraiser, ARENA Bikini: Cherry Bomb.
We got an exclusive peek at Macy’s and Bachman’s annual Flower Show, a “Secret Garden” filled with all the colors of the springtime.
Tucked away in an unassuming corner of Northeast Minneapolis, the almost-year-old gallery Public Functionary has been host to several intriguing exhibits but surely none as playful and childlike as ‘Joyride,” a new installation by Jennifer Davis.
In this episode, the twelve remaining contestants were asked to serve up horror movie realness. The results were… spooky.
This week, The Culturator chats with artist Kate Casanova, member of the artist collective Guess Ready Review, about the collective’s artist residency in Mallard Island and this weekend’s exhibition which will debut the art inspired by the remote, northern MN island.
Second verse, same as the first, as the second half of this season’s queens arrive tardy to the party.
The Twin Cities Twitterati gathered as one to take in the glitz, the glamor, and the Liza that was the 2014 Oscars!
She’s back! Miss RuPaul’s School For Girls is open for business in a surprisingly changed-up premiere.