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!
Our guide to continuing Twin Cities art exhibits, as recommended by l’étoile’s staff.
She’s back! Miss RuPaul’s School For Girls is open for business in a surprisingly changed-up premiere.
The season ends in a grand fashion with old friends returning, new loves blooming, and scandals being averted. Plus we look at the new regimes at The Tonight Show and Late Night…
In this exclusive interview, we chat with the men behind TomandLorenzo.com about their new book and their upcoming appearance at the Mall of America on February 23.
The Walker returns with a late night party in honor of their newest exhibit, but it gets upstaged by a buzzworthy new band.
In this busy penultimate episode, the Crawley family is making big plans that come unraveled by some nasty surprises.
The Rogue Epicurean helps you plan for Valentine’s Day with at home dinner ideas and tips for last minute events with tickets still available.
While The Dowager is ill, everyone flees the house to deal with problems as the show races towards its season finale. Also, a brief word on the mid-season premiere of “The Walking Dead” and The Beatles’ Anniversary Concert last night.
In this week’s The Culturator, Juleana Enright catches up with co-curator of Friday’s group exhibition, “Love Stories,” Rudy Fig to chat about what to expect from the exhibit, its Chowgirls and V-Day-related compliments and, of course, talk amour.
Guys, something really important happened on the internet last week. The BBC released a first look at Peter Capaldi, the latest actor cast to play the Doctor. Naturally, Facebook went nuts. Twitter tweeted opinions from every corner of the globe. There was a lot of online squeeing. A handful of what we can only assume were savage and uncultured barbarians asked, “Doctor what?” “No, no,” we said. “Doctor Who. The […]
Post-Super Bowl XLVIII, we look at the most memorable commercials of the game.
As the 2014 edition of the Art Shanty Projects near, director Melinda Childs chats with The Culturator about what this year’s projects will bring to the ice.
it’s been a good couple of years for the Twin Cities. The walking, talking cultural exports we call artists have been exploding onto the world stage. That’s still happening, and much of the following list is made up of people poised to get their first tastes of that attention soon.
The Culturator catches up with Will Leighton and Nicole Salm, creators of Hygge MPLS, a new project that combines the concept behind the Danish word “hygge” with the camaraderie of a potluck.
Juleana Enright reviews Revolver’s latest lit-centric performance art series, “12 Experiments.”
In a special edition, we take in the television remake of the beloved V.C. Andrews novel.
The Rogue Epicurean highlights “Speakeasy Saturdays” and visits the new Prohibition themed exhibit at the Minnesota History Center.
The Crawleys make a trip to London where liaisons are the order of the day.
High notes, musical numbers, and the season’s most divisive moment rock the Crawleys and their staff to the core.
The Culturator catches up with Artists in Storefronts founder Joan Vorderbruggen to chat about some of AiS5′s upcoming highlights, how international urban lighting designers inspired the film-focused project, plus get some insight into her new role at Hennepin Theatre Trust and how it will fuel the local arts community.
We look back at the the memorable television moments of 2013.
In anticipation of tonight’s final edition of the “Wits” fall 2013 season, Anthony Enright reviews last night’s show with Dessa and Jason Ritter and offers his thoughts on the evolution of the show:
As we bid 2013 adieu in favor of a new year, the keen-eyed and eared staff of l’étoile look back on the year that was. We run down the Twin Cities bests in everything from fashion and art to literature and performance, food and drink, film and people.
This past Thursday we hit up the MCAD Art Sale — and bring you a few of our favorite emerging artist discoveries.
The Rogue Epicurean chats with the Minneapolis Institute of Arts about their collaboration with American-manufactured mobile market Northern Grade and explores the evolving role of the modern museum as a community space.
Jaime Carrera surveys the landmine of emotion presented by Jérôme Bel/Theater HORA’s thoughtful, provocative “Disabled Theater,” showing at the Walker Art Center this weekend.
The Culturator chats with visual artist Ash Marlene Hane about her astounding array of upcoming projects, including Saturday’s debut exhibit PUSHED, plus ruminates on how she manages to stay so impossibly ambitious.