Arts & Culture

KFAI’s Dave Romm has contributed several reports from the 2008 Minnesota Fringe Festival. In his final report, he caught up with
Executive Director Robin Gillette and several Fringe-goers.

Last week, Dave Romm gave us a sneak peak of this year’s Minnesota Fringe Festival, one of the largest of its kind in the nation.

The St. Paul Neighborhood Network (SPNN) was recently recognized with four awards at the Hometown Video Awards ceremony in Washington D.C.

As a sign that the close of the summer is drawing near in the Twin Cities, the annual Fringe Festival will kick off tomorrow and run through August 10 with over 100 performance.

Minneapolis-based NEED Magazine describes itself as a hope-filled publication that seeks to highlight the heroic efforts of people trying to make a difference.

July 12-13, 2008, marked the 12th year of the Twin Cities Dragon Festival, the state’s largest festival celebrating Asian American culture.

On July 10, 2008, a new arts and entertainment marathon that will help welcome Republican National Convention guests was announced. It’s called spark24.

The Salvation Army has been a charitable presence in the United States since its humble beginnings in 1880.

The Twin Cities are in the midst of summer, meaning several things: lots of construction, intense gardening, and probably the most memorable, outdoor festivals and celebrations.