Born in Minneapolis, Schulz first published Li’l Folks, the predecessor to Peanuts, in the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Covering Minnesota’s theater, music, dance, literature and visual arts.
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The SPCO has announced a series of six live concert video streams to be broadcast in October and November from the Ordway Concert Hall. For safety reasons, there won’t be an audience.
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Rendon is an enrolled member of the White Earth Nation and a writer for whom the word “prolific” is an understatement.
Built as a replacement for the original St. Paul Opera House, the Grand Opera House included new interior design features, electric lighting, and safety enhancements.
My streak of writing about the Minnesota State Fair for the last 40 years continues. Sort of.
His latest book of photographs, “Presence,” came out in June.
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ALSO: More changes for Momentum; outside the Jungle Theater: “Shine a Light”; and more.
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After the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, Kempfer ran for a seat in the legislature representing House District 50. She had the support of suffragists as well as business leaders and local politicians.
The first play of the theater’s 26th season, Kate Moira Ryan and Judy Gold’s “25 Questions for a Jewish Mother,” opens Aug. 15 in the backyard of a private home in St. Paul.
ALSO: Virtual Minnesota Guitar Society Concert to Benefit the Lake Street Council; Jazz Fest Live presents the Sofia Kickhofel Quartet (virtual and live); and more.
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The State Fair isn’t happening, but lots of State Fair events are, including four 2020 virtual showcases: for Cookie Decorating, Crop Art, K-12 Art and Photography and Quilt On-a-Stick.
National Woman’s Party of Minnesota founder Sarah Tarleton Colvin called on women to abandon what she saw as the prevailing tactic of the day — gently guiding powerful men to support suffrage — and urged them instead to demand their rights.
For the next four Mondays in August, Bryan Nichols will be programming and playing on the Icehouse patio with a number of Twin Cities musicians.
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It is offering a livestream option for every event, and it has commissioned new work from companies whose appearances were canceled in March.