When he sings “American Land,” I predict Xcel Energy Center comes off its hinges a bit and he helps heal the hangover left from the most divisive political season of our lives.
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“Tonight we close the chapter on ‘No’ and open the chapter on ‘Yes,’” said TakeAction Minnesota Executive Director Dan McGrath, to a spontaneous chant of “Yes, yes, yes!”
NORTHFIELD, Minn. — In short order, a small but committed group of musicians and music supporters have made a little big scene on the prairie.
In the autumn of his 68th year, musician Michael Johnson is commemorating a few important firsts.
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The comedienne-slash-political heretic met the congresswoman for the first time at the State Fair.
Is it art? Katie Czarniecki Hill is looking forward to seeing who comes and what happens at the Internet Cat Video Film Festival.
Based loosely on the travails of St. Paul Academy grad Louis Wright, “Underemployed” enters a hard times zeitgeist in America.
Friday marks the release of his new CD, “Natchez Trace,” his first project in 12 years with his band the Okemah Prophets.
The celebration is “going to be crazy,” said the co-owner of the pub that hosts the annual birthday celebration of the Hibbing native, who turns 71 on Thursday.
“My job is to parse through the wilderness of the world every day. It’s what I’m driven to do.”