ALSO: Great Black Music Monday at Icehouse; Walking Shadow Theater Company’s “Cabal”; and more.
ALSO: Dominick Argento Memorial Concert coming up at Ted Mann; Juneteenth at Bethune Park; and more.
ALSO: An Evening with author Lesley Nneka Arimah; Quartetto Testosterone at Mindekirken; opening reception for a new Craig Blacklock exhibit at Mill City Museum; and more.
ALSO: A conversation on The Minneapolis Sound at Mill City Museum; Threads Dance Project at the Cowles; and more.
ALSO: Pop-up arts at the State Fair; Joe Horton: Black Magnesia at the Southern; Open Streets on Franklin; and more.
ALSO: “Trapped in the Scene: Short Films” at the Walker; 35W Bridge Collapse display to open at Mill City Museum; and more.
ALSO: “Idiot’s Delight” to open at Park Square; Minneapolis Riverfront Walking Tour at the Mill City Museum; and more.
ALSO: Midstream Reading Series at the Blue Moon building; “Fire at Sea (Fucoammare)” at the Walker; “Tales of the Falls” at Mill City Museum; and more.
INCLUDING: “Black Nativity”; “A Christmas Carol”; “Messiah”; “Jingle Bell Doc”; The New Standards Holiday Show; and seven more.
ALSO: Jelloslave at Mill City Museum’s courtyard; “Passing Through Pig’s Eye” at Park Square Theatre; and more.
ALSO: Loft Mentor Series winners announced; Cinema of Urgency: “Do Not Resist” is Thursday at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: Black Market Brass at Mill City Museum; new cellist in Minnesota Orchestra; Fringe to open; and more.
Also: ‘Sweeney Todd’ at Mill City Museum; King Sunny Adé at the Cedar; Sommerfest to close with ‘Otello’; and more.
ALSO: “The Holiday Pageant” at Open Eye; “Jingle Bell Doc” at Orchestra Hall; “An ‘Eventually’ Christmas: Holidays at the Mill” at Mill City Museum; and more.
ALSO: Opening of “Downtown: Minneapolis in the 1970s” at Mill City Museum; 54th Annual Marching Band Indoor Concert at Northrop; and more.
ALSO: Opening reception for Tim Tozer, “The Visit”; Bill Carrothers at Crooners; and more.
The current development blitz is cutting an entirely new neighborhood from whole cloth — a rare opportunity for the city of Minneapolis.
“Tradition of Deceit” is set in the 1980s, when the Washburn A Mill was populated mainly by homeless people.
Most of the passageways are inaccessible. You can, however, catch a glimpse of these warrens. “Look, but not too closely,” seems to be message.