ALSO: The Haunted Basement is back; The Zeitgeist Halloween Festival 2018; Trylon’s William Castle Fright Fest; and more.
ALSO: “The Great Society” at the History Theatre; Twin Cities Tap Festival at the Cowles; and more.
ALSO: MacPhail announces 2018-19 Spotlight Series; Diva Cage Match 2.0 at Uppercut Boxing Gym; and more.
ALSO: Schubert Club to present Joshua Bell; Adam Gopnik at the Parkway; Cantus’ “Alone Together”; and more.
ALSO: “Living in the Age of Airplanes” at the Science Museum; two Minnesota publishers, three National Book Award finalists; and more.
ALSO: 3rd Annual Arts Quarter Festival at the U of M; Club Book featuring Curt Brown; 18th Annual Twin Cities Book Festival at the Fairgrounds; and more.
ALSO: An Adam Gopnik reading at U of M’s Coffman Union; Joey Alexander Trio at the Dakota; and more.
“Understood” won’t save the world. But it gives us a glimpse of how it might feel – how ultimately freeing it might be – to have a civil conversation with someone we disagree with on things we care deeply about. Even if no minds are changed.
ALSO: Fall pottery sales in Harris and Sunrise; Accordo at Icehouse; The Singers at Macalester; and more.
ALSO: VocalEssence 50th Anniversary Concert at the Ordway; “Bach and the Forbidden City” at Hamline; and more.
ALSO: Panel Discussion on “Horse Nation” at Mia; Kids’ Book Fair at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: David Murray Trio at Vieux Carré; Minnesota Opera’s “La Rondine” to open this weekend; and more.
ALSO: Art Along the Lake Fall Studio Tour on North Shore; Vie Boheme: “Centerplay” at the Southern; and more.
ALSO: Pen Pals with Timothy Egan in Hopkins; A Celebration of and by T. Mychael Rambo coming up at the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Cyrus Chestnut Trio at Vieux Carré; The Theater of Public Policy’s Civil Fest 2018; Bob Woodward coming to State Theatre; Dan Buettner lecture; and more.
ALSO: “Little Women” to open at the Jungle; 113 Composers Collective Season Kickoff at Modist Brewing; the Eat Street Food, Music & Arts Festival; and more.
ALSO: The 2018 MN Theater Awards need help; Nancy Harms at Crooners; and more.
ALSO: Jazz at the Jungle: “Hot Rhythm and Happy Feet”; “Awake and Sing!” at Artistry; and more.
ALSO: “West of Central” to open at Pillsbury House; The Wailin’ Jennys at O’Shaughnessy; and more.
ALSO: American Pottery Festival at Northern Clay Center; Salon des Refusés on a Stick at the Northrop King Building; and more.