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Nov 25th

Eyes of the other

Eyes of the otherTalking music and identity with breakthrough singer/songwriter K.Raydio

"As a kid I was constantly trying to fit in."

"I yearned to find a sense of commonality. I was never really meant to fit in," said K.Raydio from across the dark brown wooden table at Icehouse restaurant in south Minneapolis.
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Actors shine in Guthrie's production of 'Othello'

Actors shine in Guthrie's production of 'Othello'OK, before I start with my review of "Othello," let me offer a bit of perspective so everyone can understand my viewing lens.

I like to think I'm "cultured." I have varied tastes and an appreciation for multiple forms of art.

I'm also from "the hood." I grew up on the west side of St. Louis (Cabanne and Goodfellow to be exact). I preferred to speak "Ebonics" when I could get away with it, which was well out of earshot of my mother and grandmother. In Ebonics terms, they wasn't havin' it. And while I grew up in a very intellectual household, we did not speak Shakespearian vernacular.
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Book review: "Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina"

Book review: "As the only African-American soloist dancing with the prestigious American Ballet Theatre, Misty Copeland has made history. But when she first placed her hands on the barre at an after-school community center, no one expected the undersized, anxious thirteen year-old to become a groundbreaking ballerina.
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Dreams come true: MC Sti-Lo Reel's "MLK" Legacy

Dreams come true: MC Sti-Lo Reel's As he swerves with determination through the streets of south Minneapolis Sti-Lo Reel remains cool at all times.

His voice never rises to a yell even after being tailed by a heavy-handed driver in a hurry to nowhere.
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Metropolitan State University announces new art exhibit

Metropolitan State University announces new art exhibitMetropolitan State University Gordon Parks Gallery opens its next exhibit, Student Salon 2014, with a reception on Thursday, March 27, from 4:30 p.m. –7 p.m.

The Student Salon 2014 features multimedia works produced by Metropolitan State students enrolled in undergraduate programs. From apparel design to black and white photography, this exhibit surveys the diverse form and content explored in class and beyond. Visual artists include Michael Butz, Gloria Fritz, Samuel Forney, Andrea Paiz Leonardo, Kelsey Lindquist, Leah Peroni, Nicolas Rivers, Dionne Sims, Whittier Strong and Xia Yang. All the artists are located in the Twin Cities.
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Hip-hop star, Toki Wright joins the Insight News/Aesthetically Speaking family

Hip-hop star, Toki Wright joins the Insight News/Aesthetically Speaking familyToki Wright has rocked stages across the globe, performing to thousands nightly, but that's just one side the multifaceted newest member of the Insight News/Aesthetically Speaking family.
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Rebecca Da Costa: "The Bag Man" interview

Rebecca Da Costa: Born in Recife, Brazil, supermodel-turned-actress Rebecca Da Costa studied at the Rui Barbosa School where she pursued her love of theater by writing, directing and starring in a number of plays. At the age of 14, Rebecca was discovered during a model search, and she debuted at Milan Fashion Week a couple of years later en route to gracing runways all over the world for Giorgio Armani, Yves Saint Laurent, Escada and Hugo Boss, to name a few.
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