Phillip Phillips performs Sunday at Symphony Hall.
This week’s A&E section includes mostly stories about people you probably don’t personally know.
Phillip Phillips, who plays Sunday at Symphony Hall, talked about his experience on “American Idol” and his new album. And if I’m being honest, the video from his win makes me cry like an episode of “Parenthood.”
Watch it. Weep.
David Huntsberger, a podcast famous comedian from “Professor Blastoff,” performs Friday at Teatro Zuccone. Here’s a little bit about him and his successful Kickstarter campaign.
Tony Bennett is really not feeling the new Foo Fighters album (and says so in all sorts of colorful ways).
Best Bets include parades, Cirque, comedy, Bentleyville, movies and more.
Features editor Melinda Lavine finds “Rosewater” lacking.
Maddy Siiter performs at Beaner’s Central in Duluth. The 15-year-old musician spent the summer in Nashville, Tenn., recording her latest album. The CD release party for “Runaway” is Friday at Amazing Grace Bakery and Cafe in Duluth. (Clint Austin / email@example.com)
This week’s A&E section includes a story about a 15-year-old Proctor High School student who spent part of her summer recording her second album in Nashville. Maddy Siiter plays an album release show Friday at Amazing Grace.
Best Bets include: “A Prairie Home Companion” returns to Duluth, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” plays at Teatro, Hot Buttered Rum show at The Rex, Newsboys play Symphony Hall, “Kirov By Night” returns Friday and Zinema hosts a silent film with a live score.
Tony Bennett reviewed Toby Thomas Churchill’s album “Rumspringa Darling.”
Peter Passi had an interesting story about the curious case of the A.H. Zeppa Foundation as the arts complex celebrates its fifth birthday — and moves in a different direction.
Here is Lawrance Bernabo’s review of the Minnesota Ballet’s “Who Cares?” a triple bill.
A certain special lady (me) wrote something that prompted a letter to the editor. (Also: I would just like to note that because of the leggings-as-pants column, I no longer feel comfortably wearing jeans in public.)
The Minnesota Ballet opens its season Friday with “Who Cares?” a triple bill that includes classical, modern and cinematic pieces. “Clowns and Others,” the second performance of the night, opens with the dancers-as-clowns posed comically in a line. (SteveKucherafirstname.lastname@example.org)
The Minnesota Ballet opens its season with “Who Cares?” a triple bill that includes a modern piece featuring clowns. Here’s the story.
I wrote a column about how the internet can make a person so mad! Some might consider this a preemptive move, considering I’m presenting a list of awesome horror flicks for Friday’s News Tribune and someone will probably hate on it. (All together now: “THIS IS NEWS?!”)
Best Bets include: The aforementioned ballet, Caroline Smith at The Red Herring Lounge, Jason Schommer at The Encounter, UMD’s Homecoming Parade, Nerd Nite and Dalia Basiouny’s one-woman show.