The “Capri Glee!” Adult Community Choir, under the direction of J.D. Steele, performs along with guest choirs, The Mill City Singers and MacPhail Community Youth Choir, tentatively set at Patrick Henry High School.
Walker West Music Academy (WWMA), 760 Selby Ave., St. Paul, will be transformed by a concert featuring Robinson and Duncan & Duncan – three of the most premiere living music legends in the Twin Cities area.
The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul, in partnership with the Capri Theater and the Minnesota Historical Society, presents “Marshall” at 7 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 7) at North Community High School, 1500 James Ave. N. in Minneapolis.
“The Education of a Negro” will premiere today (Oct. 21) at the Showplace Icon Theater in St. Louis Park and screen again on Nov. 2 at the St. Anthony Main Theater, Minneapolis.
Grammy Award-winning musician Terence Blanchard, world-renowned choreographer Rennie Harris and visual artist, Andrew Scott will explore racial tensions and injustice through live music, dance and a host of visual projections.
Minnesota Museum of American Art (the M) has announced its 2019-2020 exhibition season, featuring a broad sweep of local, national, and international artists and themes.
“Smokey Joe’s Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller,” is playing at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts now through Sunday (Sept 22) and making his Ordway debut in this musical revue is Kevin Brown, Jr., one of the principals who performs hit songs such as “Stand By Me,” “On Broadway” …
Winner of the Helen Hayes Awards for Best Production, Best Musical and Best Director for Regina Taylor, Crowns returns to Twin Cities as the inaugural production of New Dawn Theatre, a new theater company led by Austene Van.
"The Last Ship" starring Sting and featuring original music and lyrics by the multiple Grammy Award winner, makes its regional premiere at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in St. Paul for two weeks, April 8 – 19, 2020, as part of an international tour.
A world renown vocalist with fans in 37 countries, and a hit single (“Intoxicated”) that has 5 million streams on YouTube, Soundcloud, and Spotify will bless the ears and hearts of the historic Black Rondo Community of St. Paul.
The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul, in partnership with the Capri Theater and the Minnesota Historical Society, opens the 2019-20 season of First Thursday Films with the 30th Anniversary Edition of Spike Lee’s “Do The Right Thing.
Photos from the inaugural Camden Town Blues & BBQ Festival in the Camden neighborhood of North Minneapolis. The Aug. 17 festival was the brainchild of Houston White, entrepreneur and founder of Black Excellence/BE the Change/King Kunta clothing. Harry Colbert, Jr.
For the 10th year, The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra (SPCO) brings classical music concerts and special programs designed for children and families to North Minneapolis.
Teen entrepreneur Jaequan Faulkner, 14, owner of Mr. Faulkner's Old-Fashioned Hot Dogs, drumming up business outside of his new location at the Minneapolis Urban League, 2100 Plymouth Ave. N., Minneapolis.
Minnesota photographer Allen Beaulieu helped shape the icon we know today as Prince.
The Guthrie Theater announced it has partnered with Juxtaposition Arts – a teen-staffed creative development agency in North Minneapolis – to host a gathering in celebration of the light-based art installation “Luminous Current,” which is on display on the Guthrie’s top floor.
Strive Publishing will host its second annual Literary Dinner on Aug. 16 to celebrate local African American authors and showcase their recently published works to the Twin Cities’ literary community.
The Guthrie Theater will present an “In Conversation” event with two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, playwright of this season’s “Floyd’s,” and Guthrie Artistic Director Joseph Haj.
She’s a literary icon whose accolades include a 1993 Nobel Prize in Literature. For the African American reader who has been glued to her books since 1970, starting with her poignant debut novel The Bluest Eye, this documentary is an opportunity to see how the pieces of Toni Morrison’s life …
The world is mourning the loss of Disney star Cameron Boyce who passed away Saturday due to an ongoing medical condition. Boyce, 20, who starred in Disney’s Descendants franchise, was found unresponsive at his home and could not be revived by paramedics.
“Shadows at the Crossroads,” a new commission by Twin Cities–based artists Seitu Jones and Ta-coumba Aiken was unveiled at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19ththat the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were no…
In the wake of Beatlemania exploding across America in 1964, many aspiring musicians were inspired to start their own rock band.
Buddy Bolden (1877-1931) was born in New Orleans, where he took up the cornet at an early age and his unique approach to the instrument involved a novel form of improvisation while playing a combination of gospel, blues and ragtime.
The romantic tragedy, “La Traviata” is playing this week at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.
I like to cry at good plays, great performances, moving sermons, quiet introspective moments and in the middle of massive crowds that transform themselves into harmonic singularity revealing quintessential oneness in the cosmos.
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