Minnesota NFO and county chapters encouraged farm communities to support each other and challenge the farm-product pricing system.
Covering Minnesota’s theater, music, dance, literature and visual arts.
Everyone has a breaking point, even “Joan of Art.”
We’ve seen more than a few fall arts seasons, but none that compares to this one.
ALSO: Claudia Rankine to appear in a virtual Talk of the Stacks; the Mary Ann Key Book Club, chapter 2; the Walker Cinema reopens; and more.
ALSO: Chamber Music Society honors memory of Judy Dayton; MN Opera outdoors at Allianz Field; “Dear Evan Hanson,” the movie; and more.
The Twins included a statue of the owner that brought the team to Minnesota in a series of memorials erected when Target Field opened in 2010. By 2020, the organization removed the statue, acknowledging Griffith’s open racism.
ALSO: JXTA breaks ground on its new campus; Red Wing’s Anderson Center hosts children’s book festival; SOLO at the Cowles; and more.
Enjoy it live and in person — or virtually from home.
ALSO: “E.A. Hoppé and the Ballets Russes” at TMORA; Brass Messengers at Lyndale Gardens; Fortune’s Fool Theatre’s new storytelling anthology; and more.
ALSO: Green Card Voices launches new graphic novel anthology at Landmark Center; Ethan Iverson plays Bacharach at Crooners; and more.
The Grand Portage is an ancient overland trail used by Indigenous peoples since at least the start of the first millennium CE.
ALSO: Open Streets Minneapolis returns; “FAUCI” movie opens; Lauren Groff at Talking Volumes; and more.
On Wednesday, Sept. 15, at the University Club in St. Paul, the award-winning author of “Hitman-Baker-Casketmaker” will read from his latest, “Lincolnland,” and drop a brand-new book with his former mug shot on the cover.
ALSO: “The Bias Inside Us” at St. Cloud State University; St. Paul Chamber Orchestra opening weekend; and more.
ALSO: Detroit Jazz Festival goes virtual; Tom Jones: “Strong Unrelenting Spirits” opening reception at Bockley Gallery; and more.
ALSO: American Pottery Festival 2021 at Northern Clay; 7th Annual Film Score Fest at St. Paul’s Mears Park; and more.
ALSO: The Trademark Theater announces new season; SPCO offers livestreamed concerts free; and more.
ALSO: Documentary “On Broadway” at St. Anthony Main; Lowertown Sounds: Tina Schlieske with the Sunken Lands at Mears Park; and more.
Hough was described in the local press as “one of the ardent advocates of hanging.”
ALSO: “Red Hot Friday” at Stevens Square Park; Saturday Night Jazz at the Black Dog; and more.