Arts & Culture

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.

The National Conference on Media Reform took place from June 6-8, 2008, at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

University of Minnesota economics professor and Nobel prize winner Leonid Hurwicz died on June 24, 2008. He was 90 years old.

A locally produced Arab-American television show recently celebrated its 10th anniversary on the air.

This summer marks the third year of Walker Art Center’s Queer Takes, a film fest that focuses specifically on issues surrounding the LGBT community.

Alongside the National Conference for Media Reform, the Asian American Theater Conference and the South Asian Theater Arts Movement hosted a national conference that brought people into the Twin Citie

North Minneapolis High School student Sade Ogundiran recently won the National History Day competition at the state level and subsequently competed and won at the national level in Washington D.C.

Minneapolis MOSAIC is a celebration of the city’s diversity offering over 40 arts and cultural performances and displays, all free to the public.

Cameroon-native Melissa Nambangi, who is the co-founder and executive director of the Minnesota African Women’s Foundation (MAWA):http://www.mawanet.org/, recently received the Immigrant of Distinct

The Coalition for Palestinian Rights:http://coalitionforpalestinianrights.wordpress.com/ stood in solidarity against the 60th anniversary of the formation of Israel.

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