Kathy Berdan, Pioneer Press

Kathy Berdan

Pioneer Press

Saint Paul, MN, United States

Contact Kathy

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Pioneer Press

Past articles by Kathy:

Today is my birthday. And time for the ultimate job change.

I got my first newspaper job at the Fergus Falls Daily Journal on my birthday in 1980. → Read More

Guthrie Theater goes for ‘big and ambitious’ 60th season in 2022-23

The 10 productions for 2022-23 include “Hamlet,” a Sondheim musical, two world premieres and – of course – “A Christmas Carol.” → Read More

Klondike Kate celebrating 50 years with two shows on Saturday

Gold Rush and 1880s attire is suggested (but not required). → Read More

St. Patrick’s Day 2022: St. Paul parade starts at noon

After it was canceled in 2020 and reimagined as a small, standstill parade in a parking lot in 2021, the St. Patrick’s Association’s annual parade is on the move again this year. → Read More

SPCO will resume Neighborhood Series concerts on March 25

After halting Neighborhood Series performances during the omicron surge, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra announced Wednesday that it is resuming concerts in the series starting March 25 with three p… → Read More

Maverick City Music and Kirk Franklin ‘Kingdom’ tour coming to the X in June – Twin Cities

The “Kingdom” tour, featuring Maverick City Music and Kirk Franklin will stop at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on June 25. Tickets (with prices not yet announced), go on sale at 10 a.m… → Read More

Alan Jackson brings ‘Last Call’ tour to the X on July 29 – Twin Cities

Country Music Hall of Famer Alan Jackson is bringing his “Last Call: One More for the Road!” tour — with more than 30 years of hits — to St. Paul on July 29. Jackson will be… → Read More

Minnesota Fringe lottery selects performers; new festival mascot needs a name

The 29th Fringe will run Aug. 4-14 at 11 locations in two neighborhood hubs in Minneapolis. → Read More

St. Patrick’s Day 2022: St. Paul is where it’s at – Twin Cities

Festivities return after two years of COVID constrictions, cancellations and virtual events. → Read More

‘The Art of Banksy’ comes to Minneapolis in May – Twin Cities

More than 100 works by street artist Banksy will be featured in an exhibition opening May 12 at Lighthouse Artspace in Minneapolis. It’s the same location as the “Immersive Van Gogh&#82… → Read More

Minnesota Opera has COVID-delayed ‘Edward Tulane’ in 2022-23 season – Twin Cities

“Edward Tulane” is finally coming home. Minnesota Opera announced Wednesday morning that its world premiere opera, which was supposed to debut in 2020, will be part of its 2022-23 season. Based on … → Read More

Minneapolis artist chosen to create 2022 State Fair commemorative art

The Minnesota State Fair announced Tuesday morning that Minneapolis artist Leslie Barlow has been selected to create the official 2022 Minnesota State Fair Commemorative Art. Barlow is known for he… → Read More

Minnesota Opera names adjacent building, reveals plans

Minnesota Opera has announced the new name and opening date for the venue next to its main offices in Minneapolis’ North Loop. Formerly known as the Lab Theater, the building will be called t… → Read More

‘Supernatural America’: Minneapolis Institute of Art’s new exhibit is eerie and amazing

When the director of the Minneapolis Institute of Art invites you to “Let the creep come up your spine. Be chilled” as she welcomes a group about to tour a new exhibit, it’s obvious there’s m… → Read More

Children’s Theatre tackles tough questions in ‘Something Happened in Our Town’

When someone brought Peter Brosius a copy of the children’s book “Something Happened in Our Town,” he says he knew “instantly” that he wanted the story on the Children… → Read More

Chris Stapleton’s ‘All-American Road Show’ makes a stop at the X this fall

Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Feb. 25, with pre-sale for Stapleton’s fan club and Citi cardmembers. → Read More

St. Paul communications specialist on ‘Jeopardy!’ today – Twin Cities

The episode will be hosted by Ken Jennings. → Read More

St. Paul performance artist follows up virtual 2021 ‘Digital’ show with ‘In Person’

“In Person” will take place at the Crane Theater in Minneapolis, Feb. 25-March 5. → Read More

Minnesota Opera cancels ‘Voices United’ performance in March – Twin Cities

Minnesota Opera is still planning for its “Beyond the Gala” fundraiser on April 2 and its performances of “Carmen” in May. → Read More

Children’s Museum admission will be free first Sunday of each month – Twin Cities

Admission will be free at Minnesota Children’s Museum the first Sunday of each month starting March 6, thanks to a new corporate sponsorship. The Securian Financial Free First Sundays program gives… → Read More