"In this ceaselessly questioning book, acclaimed African-American dancer, choreographer and director Bill T. Jones reflects on his art and life... Presenting personal revealing stories, richly illustrated with striking photographs... and featuring a beautiful, large format design, the book is a work of art in itself...
MOVIE REVIEW: "As Above, So Below" a harrowing horror flick
Film Review, Kam Williams
The late alchemist, Dr. Marlowe (Roger Van Hool) lost his mind and then committed suicide over a futile quest for the Philosopher's Stone supposedly hidden somewhere in the cryptic maze of catacombs beneath Paris. Now, his headstrong young daughter, Scarlet (Perdita Weeks), has decided to follow in daddy's footsteps by mounting her own search for the sacred talisman said to turn metal into gold.
Douglas R. Ewart & Quasar premiere new concert series at The East Side Freedom Library
The East Side Freedom Library, a new Twin Cities research library and cultural venue located in a historic St. Paul Carnegie library will launch a performance series with composer and instrument builder, Douglas R. Ewart.
Urbane Exposure uses concert to attract African- Americans and African- American volunteers to Minneapolis Parks
Goapele, Martin Luther, Theresa Payne to headline
Minneapolis is home to some of the most beautiful, scenic parks in the nation.
The parks operated by the Minneapolis Parks & Recreation Board ... 197 in total ... offer hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, boating and yes, the occasional concert. But for whatever reason, all of the area's residents aren't taking advantage of what the Parks Board has to offer. Although the data isn't clear and the reasons unknown, many African-Americans are not utilizing the parks, and even fewer are volunteering with the many programs – several geared towards youth – which the Parks Board oversees. With Urbane Exposure, the Minneapolis Parks & Recreation Board hopes to change all of that.