The winter festival will start Thursday with a full and diverse 10-day schedule of activities, performances and events indoors and out, virtual and live.
Covering Minnesota’s theater, music, dance, literature and visual arts.
ALSO: The Atlantis Quartet at Hook & Ladder; Theater Latté Da’s “The Ghostlight Series”; and more.
The skates were popular with professional and amateur skaters in the United States and other countries because of their consistent high quality, which was achieved through a secret hardening process.
ALSO: Park Square’s “Riddle Puzzle Plot”; five arts-and-culture documentary films; and more.
ALSO: History Theatre’s “All the Way With LBJ”; “The Golden Ass,” a virtual opera screening; and more.
ALSO: VocalEssence’s “Believe” streaming now; Dominic Taylor’s “Cell Surface”; and more.
The Southside was a stable neighborhood of working and middle-class African Americans, many of whom owned their homes. Residents formed a tight-knit community with businesses, churches, and social clubs.
ALSO: The Fireside Reading Series goes virtual, with Kao Kalia Yang, Heid E. Erdrich and more.
ALSO: Peyton Scott Russell solo show opens at the Reedy Gallery; Mizna’s Queer & Trans Voices Virtual Reading; and more.
ALSO: Jeremy Denk plays Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto with SPCO; Peg Guilfoyle in conversation with Sally Wingert; and more.
ALSO: Catching up with Sheila Smith on the state of the arts.
Nationwide, the reformatory movement was focused on “reforming” mostly white sex workers and other low-income women. Minnesota’s was considered among the best reformatories in its early years, and visitors came from around the world to see its design and programs.
David Roth: “I didn’t want to punch home a thought, like ‘This is what this meant,’ but if you get enough people talking about it, you get the understanding of how exciting and energizing it was.”
ALSO: a “We Are Water MN” outdoor exhibit; your own private miniature puppet show; and more.
ALSO: Walking Shadow’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”; Star Tribune Presents “Behind the Lens: 2020 Photos of the Year”; and more.
ALSO: Virtual Studio Visit: Piotr Szyhalski and Russ White at the Weisman; Ephraim Asili’s “The Inheritance” at the Walker’s Virtual Cinema; and more.
ALSO: A virtual Marcus Samuelsson book talk; “The Great Gatsby: A Graphic Novel Adaptation” book launch; and more.
The statue is widely recognized as a Minnesota roadside attraction and serves as an icon of the region, particularly in tourism promotion.
Amid sadness, uncertainty, frustration and fear, individuals and organizations found ways to do good work. Here are a few of the things that inspire hope.
There’s something for everyone, from the Guthrie’s “Dickens’ Holiday Classic” to the Blues Fest Live Year End Revue.