By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor @HarryColbertJr – In 2013, just 23.5 percent of Ward 5 voters in Minneapolis turned out to elect its next city councilperson.
Leading with Art By Harry Colbert, Jr., Managing Editor To quote the title of the movie and Netflix series, “Dear White People …” We see it on social media, we hear it in the stands of sporting events, we hear it while taking to the streets. “What are ‘you people’ so upset about?” Well, quite frankly,…
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor @HarryColbertJr – While much of the U.S. population was focused on the devastation during and following Hurricane Harvey and keeping an eye on the approaching Hurricane Irma, the nation’s president was looking for ways to further peel away the legacy of President Barack Obama.
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – The name on the window at Room 130 in Minneapolis City Hall has changed; and with that change many are hoping for a shift in culture.
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – Outrage seems to be pretty selective these days.
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – Sun’s out guns out. While most associate that saying with the showing off of well-toned limbs during the summer months, the saying has a far more literal meaning in many urban enclaves. Minneapolis and St. Paul are experiencing their share of violent crime in 2017. At time of…
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – When we kicked off the Leading with Art campaign the first artist we featured was Don Walker.
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – The last show Prince ever saw was at the Dakota Jazz Club in downtown Minneapolis … the last artist was Lizz Wright.
Arnellia’s to shutter doors after 25 years: Legendary bar launched the careers of many area artists, hosted national acts
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor – It’s the end of an era for a storied and historic Twin Cites nightclub that launched the careers of many and; on several occasions counted Prince as one of its patrons.