ALSO: The SPCO’s Tapestry19: Reflections on Home; “VocalEssence Witness: Yet They Persist” concert; singer Joyce DiDonato at the Ordway; and more.
ALSO: Thurston Moore: Moore at 60 at the Walker; presidential historian Michael Beschloss at Westminster Town Hall Forum; and more.
ALSO: The Haunted Basement is back; The Zeitgeist Halloween Festival 2018; Trylon’s William Castle Fright Fest; and more.
ALSO: Fall pottery sales in Harris and Sunrise; Accordo at Icehouse; The Singers at Macalester; and more.
ALSO: David Murray Trio at Vieux Carré; Minnesota Opera’s “La Rondine” to open this weekend; and more.
ALSO: “The Pink Unicorn” at the Illusion; Patricia Hampl book launch: “The Art of the Wasted Day”; and more.
ALSO: “Mermaid Hour Remixed” at Mixed Blood; TransFusion Cabaret at Macalester; and more.
ALSO: “A Crack in the Sky” at the History Theatre; Ballet Minnesota: “Beethoven’s 9th Symphony” at the Cowles; pianist Kenny Broberg to replace Watts with Minnesota Orchestra; and more.
ALSO: “Hellmouth” at Macalester’s Law Warschaw Gallery; “Storied Lives: Women & Their Wardrobes” at the Goldstein Museum of Design; and more.
ALSO: “A Pickle” at Sabes JCC; “Robert Mapplethorpe’s Minimalism” at Weinstein Hammons Gallery; The Bakken Trio: “Songs My Mother Taught Me” at MacPhail; and more.
ALSO: Yiyun Li reading canceled; Chris Riemenschneider on First Avenue book; The Theater of Public Policy election forums; and more.
ALSO: The Corea/Gadd Band at the Dakota; The Splendid Table Live: Lynne’s Goodbye; and more.
ALSO: ‘Medea’ at Macalester College; poet Emilie Buchwald at Plymouth Congregational; Zeitgeist’s “Playing It Close to Home” at Studio Z; and more.
ALSO: Marlon James to be Macalester writer-in-residence; The Hip Hop Nutcracker at the Ordway; Black Friday at Mia; and more.
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ALSO: Architect Robert C. Mack wins AIA Minnesota Gold Medal; a midcentury modern home tour; pianist Sergei Babayan to perform at Macalester College; and more.
ALSO: “Presenting Princess Shaw” at the Lagoon; Excelsior Art on the Lake; Rachmaninoff’s “Vespers” at Macalester; “Rooted: Hip-Hop Choreographers’ Evening”; and more.
ALSO: ‘Muhammad Ali: The Greatest’ to screen at the Walker; six Minnesota finalists for Artplace America funding; Weezer to perform at the Fair; and more.
Culturally, the Wi-Fi network name more or less lands somewhere between a vanity plate (but more democratic) and a custom doormat (but more ephemeral).
Hamline’s Natalie Darwitz and Macalester’s Kelly Roysland are just the kind of coaching prospects the NCAA should be attracting and nurturing.