Set in Zimbabwe, then called Southern Rhodesia, in the late 1890s, “The Convert” is the first play in a projected trilogy.
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Between 2012 and 2016, alcohol-induced deaths increased an average of 4.2 percent per year for men and a startling 7.2 percent per year for women.
The district’s proposal is giving families of color a glimmer of hope and sending a signal the district is serious about educating all of our children.
On Tuesday night, precinct caucuses for both the DFL and Minnesota GOP will be held in more than 4,000 locations around the state.
“As usual, we have exceeded expectations,” Klobuchar told a crowd of supporters.
Mental Health & Addiction
As host of the hit podcast “The Hilarious World of Depression,” humorist John Moe spends a lot of time talking to funny people about their mental health. Now he’s written about his own.
A group of about 100 poets, artists, and writers that make up Mehfil-ae-Minneapolis took to a stage in Chaska to “promote and advance the rich Indian and Pakistani traditions of kavi sammelans and mushairas (poems).
It’s time for the Minnesota Senate to join with the House and the governor and create an emergency access fund to help save the lives and protect the health of Minnesota’s insulin-dependent diabetics.