Faith Praise and Believe Tour: Features Israel & New Breed, Martha Munizzi and VaShawn Mitchell
The top rated Faith Praise and Believe Christian Gospel music tour will make a stop to the Minneapolis Convention Center March 6th 2015. The tour features Stella, Dove, and Christian award winner gospel artist, songwriter, author and actress Martha Munizzi. Munizzi's music is cross-cultural worship music that appeals to both gospel and Christian audiences. Chicago native VaShawn Mitchell is a Stellar award winner and multiple Grammy nominated artist. His CD "Triumphant " was the Top 5 Gospel CD in 2011 and Billboard Magazine declared him the #1 Gospel song and artist of the year. The single "Nobody Greater" held the #1 position for (9) weeks.
Playwrights' Center presents "The Realness" by Idris Goodwin
The Ruth Easton New Play Series at the Playwrights' Center continues in March with readings of the new play "The Realness: the second break beat play" by Core Writer Idris Goodwin. The play will have two public readings: Monday, March 2 and Tuesday, March 3 at 7 p.m. at the Playwrights' Center, 2301 E. Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis. The readings are free, but tickets go fast. Reserve yours now at pwcenter.org.
Sharon Leal The "Addicted" Interview with Kam Williams
Named one of 2007's 'Breakout Stars' by Entertainment Weekly, Sharon Leal has recently been seen on the big screen starring in Women Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day as well as in Why Did I Get Married Too?, reprising her role of 'Diane' that she originated in the highly successful original, Why Did I Get Married?
"This groundbreaking biography... illuminates the life and accomplishments of pioneering journalist Ethel Lois Payne, while also bringing to the fore the critical role of the black press in the civil rights era... In the 1950s and 1960s, she raised challenging questions at presidential press conferences about matters of importance to African-Americans...
"Jailed nine times before her 15th birthday, Lynda Blackmon Lowery refused to give up the fight for equal rights. She was the youngest marcher on the historic 1965 voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. She vowed to make a difference—and she did."