A new double album, “The Argument,” is set for release this summer, and a new documentary, “Every Everything: The Music, Life & Times of Grant Hart,” is in the works.
An ordained Southern Baptist minister, Baines has a passion for the intersection of politics and religion and for issues involving the separation of church and state.
The couple, who were the subject of the 2004 documentary “Venus of Mars,” say the state is auditing their Schedule C deductions.
The New York Times’ culture and media columnist has a particularly acute radar for shifting currents in the news game.
Sarah Stoesz of Planned Parenthood talked to MinnPost about the changes, including planned legislative action today.
Nancy Bauer is a canon, or church lawyer, a talented photojournalist and, from 2005 to 2011, was prioress of St. Benedict’s Monastery in St. Joseph, Minn.
The progressive coalition wants a “smart-purchaser” authority that can negotiate on behalf of Minnesota individuals and small businesses.
The four biggest concerns, she says, are its governance structure, the board’s powers, the financing and the accountability.
“Our goal really is to govern well, and hopefully with transparency and focused on the basics,” the DFL leader says.
The national League of Women Voters and its local chapter oppose Minnesota’s voting amendment as unfairly restricting access to the polls.
Maria Schneider, who has been called “the foremost big-band composer of her generation,” is recording and performing this week with the SPCO.
The former Ventura spokesman said he learned then of the group’s work in improving the lives of those with hearing and vision disabilities.
“The emphasis almost from day one was on children’s issues. We gravitated toward education because it’s the civil-rights issue of our time.”
“My job is to parse through the wilderness of the world every day. It’s what I’m driven to do.”
‘I think it is pretty impossible for us to all change our beliefs on these issues to coincide with his beliefs.’
The Guthrie regular discusses her latest role as a journalist badly injured by a roadside bomb in Iraq.
Jesse Saperstein, author of “Atypical: Life With Asperger’s in 20 1/3 Chapters,” talks about his life in a Q&A.
Pearlstein argues that the achievement gap will not be solved by educational reform.
“House Of Coates,” a collaboration with Alec Soth, is the story of one broken man, the reclusive Lester B. Morrison.
Lutheran pastor will help facilitate faith communities’ conversations about the marriage amendment.