North Country Co-op, the first collectively run grocery in Minneapolis, recently announced in a statement from the board of directors that they will be closing its doors on November 4th.
After thirty years as a journalist in such exotic locales as Hong Kong, Tokyo and London, Douglas McGill, a native of Rochester, was ready to come home.
Every month a harmony-singing duo puts on a tent revival at a bar in St. Paul. Ok, so it’s not a reigious revival but the Revival Show hosts are serious about music.
The new documentary film The Devil Came on Horseback:http://www.thedevilcameonhorseback.com/ opens this week in Minneapolis.
The Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest and the Minneapolis Public Library announce a collaborative exhibit and performance series opening October 6 at the Minneapolis Central Library title
KFAI’s Jacob McKnite interviewed director Ronit Avni about the 2006 documentary film Encounter Point, which documents the challenges and hopes of Israeli-Palestinian civilian partnerships for peace.
The Mixed Blood Theater brings back Jevetta Steele’s autobiography play production Two Queens One Castle, that opened September 21st, 2007.
Giving a voice to those in the know…Local arts Writer Cyn Collins interviews musicians, producers, bookers, record store amd label staff, and other music fans talking about and spinning their favori
In Minneapolis, the riverfront district has become a showcase for edgy, modernist architecture.
The 2007 Fringe Festival is underway and runs through Sunday, August 12.
See the Minnesota Fringe:http://www.fringefestival.org website for schedules, venues and other information.
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