July 2010 MinneCulture Archives

Chastity Brown live at the Cedar Cultural Center, recorded June 12, 2010.

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In this edition of MinneCulture, Marya Morstad focuses on the creative aging and the arts; exploring elders and life-long artists, as well as pioneering work in arts and aging, both locally and nationally. Learn about arts in elder care facilities, and how art can positively improve your health and enrich your life.

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A profile of Charles Nolte—international stage and screen actor who also directed, wrote and taught in the Twin Cities.

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Live concert featuring Nikki the Ruemates and Charlie Parr, recorded at the 331 Club on July 2, 2010. Part of Jackson Buck’s Freewheelin’ First Fridays.

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Producer Diane Richard takes us backstage of The Ladysmith Story—a new opera by Gerald Brad Bradshaw that tells the story of Ladysmith, Wisc.

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Twin Cities streetcars dotted the urban landscape for more than 60 years. In this edition of MinneCulture, producer Jessica Folker offers an historical perspective on this mode of transportation.

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In the 1970s, Minnesotan Jean Tretter started collecting and saving items as a means to aid him with writing and talking about queer history and culture.

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This week on MinneCulture, Andy Driscoll takes an in-depth look at Penumbra Theatre—celebrating its 34th anniversary as the only Twin Cities theatre producing plays by, of and for the African-American community.

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