ALSO: Anat Gov’s “O My God!” at Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company; a Diva Cage Match; “For Sama” at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: Art Shanty Projects has a new artistic director; Four Ways to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing; and more.
ALSO: Fall pottery sales in Harris and Sunrise; Accordo at Icehouse; The Singers at Macalester; and more.
ALSO: Charmin Michelle and Sam Miltich present The Billie Holiday Songbook at Crooners; Patricia Hampl at Scott Country Library; and more.
ALSO: a tribute to Al Sicherman; Aaron Hedenstrom Orchestra at Jazz Central; Paul Chaat Smith on “The Americans” at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: MOA seeks writer-in-residence; “Unknown Fabergé” at TMORA; a Coffee Concert with Osmo Vänskä; and more.
ALSO: Jérôme Bel Bookend Festival at the Walker; “What’s Up, Wagner?” at the Lab; “Dressing Downton” at MOA; and more.
ALSO: Now at the Orpheum: “Cabaret”; Second Annual Bow Wow Film Festival at the Parkway; SPCO homecoming performances; and more.
There is no right to free speech or association at the Mall of America or any other shopping mall in the state.
ALSO: VocalEssence Presents “Dreams of the Fallen” at O’Shaughnessy; SYBARITE5 at Bedlam Lowertown; Curated Style runway show at MOA; and more.
“You’ve never had this before in Minnesota,” the emcee told the crowd of shoppers who lined the MOA’s rotunda for two exhibition matches.
ALSO: ‘Camelot’ opening at the Ordway; John Lescroart and William Kent Krueger at Once Upon a Crime; and more.
Who are these Black Lives Matter defendants, what are their backgrounds, and what do they stand for? MinnPost found out.
Pursuit of such cases amounts to a misuse of prosecutorial discretion and a waste of judicial resources and taxpayer dollars.
Plus: Several James Beard semifinalists from Twin Cities; extras sought for Film Fest trailer; an MIA/MOA partnership; and more.
Substantially empty for almost three years, the old Bloomingdale’s space shows the challenges malls face as department stores founder.
ALSO: What Would Monk Do? at the Nicollet; North American Festival of Wales to return Labor Day weekend; dress in white for PopUp Dinner; and more.
In the Fifties, the first malls promised a new and better future. But what had once been a socialist’s dream became capitalism’s triumph — and ultimately, one of its biggest failures.
Facing stiff international competition, the mall is developing incentives — including hiring Mandarin speakers — to attract Chinese tourists.