“Never Stand Still”
The Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival traces its roots back to the 1930s when it was founded on a farm nestled in the Berkshire Mountains by the legendary Ted Shawn (1891-1972).
Shawn envisioned the retreat as an oasis where modern dance might be practiced, choreographed and performed as a legitimate art form independent of classical ballet.
“Wake Up!, ” a 45-minute, high energy original work by St. Paul Central High School’s Central Touring Theater, held its final performances Fri., May 18 at St. Paul Central High School.
Image: L-R Breon Jones, Sari Olson,Shamara Butler, Aiden Morzenti, Lena Zenkl, Madi Morgan-Sawyer, Chris Kirkwood, Darneesha Whitfield, Adrian Wood, Naima Abdi, Ka Vang. In front on floor is Curtis Gaines, Jr.
‘Unsung’ video contest celebrates everyday heroes; benefits charity
GiveMN partners with Minnesota R&B Band Mint Condition and Shanachie Entertainment to celebrate ‘unsung heroes’ and give to the winning video producer’s favorite cause
GiveMN, a nonprofit organization enabling individuals to donate to other nonprofits online, is partnering with R&B band Mint Condition and its record label, Shanachie Entertainment to sponsor the “Unsung” video contest.
With the summer concert season coming, several national acts are making their ways to the Twin Cities, but sorely there are not too many options for fans of soul, neo-soul and R&B.
One exception to this is the upcoming concert starring neo-soul luminaries N’dambi, a Grammy nominee; and former Hidden Beach Records recording artist, Keite Young. The two are set to play the Fine Line Music Cafe, 318 1st Ave. N, in downtown Minneapolis, 8 p.m., Thurs., May 24.
Film Review by Kam Williams
Dark Shadows was a daytime soap opera which originally aired at 4 PM on ABC-TV on weekday afternoons from 1966 to 1971. What made the program unique for the romance genre was its Gothic storyline revolving around Barnabas Collins, a 200 year-old vampire as earnest in his search for blood as for a reunion with his long-lost love, Josette.
by Kam Williams
“The core idea of the book is this: Your happiness and success in life flow from becoming clear about who you are and establishing your authentic identity—first inside yourself and then externally in the world… Knowing yourself is the foundation for building identity. Knowing yourself—being comfortable in your own skin—is an inner process that’s not readily observable by others…