ALSO: Third Thursday: Afrofuturism at Mia; Lauren Gunderson’s “Silent Sky” at the Bell Museum; and more.
ALSO: Talk of the Stacks with Adam Makos; Benny Green and Veronica Swift at the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Roman Verostko retrospective at MCAD; SPCO plays Haydn; a Michael Bazzett reading; and more.
ALSO: Fourth Annual Gingerbread Wonderland at Norway House; a Patricia Hampl reading at the Weisman; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra Season Finale: Mahler’s Fourth; Northern Spark returns for two nights; Rock the Garden at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: Lynne Arriale CD Release at Crooners; Ranky Tanky at the Dakota; Talk of the Stacks: Tracy K. Smith; Jason Moran at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Book Award finalists are announced; ‘Testify’ at Minneapolis Central Library; 10th Annual Chili Cook-Off at Northern Clay Center; and more.
This is a conversation that must occur today and every day. The need did not go away with the passage of the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act in the mid-1960s.
ALSO: Talk of the Stacks with Larry Olmsted on real and fake food; ‘The Minotaur’ to open at Crane Theater; and more.
ALSO: Four Minnesota musicians win McKnight fellowships; Carol Connolly’s Reading by Writers at the University Club; and more.
ALSO: 47,882 people attended 168 Fringe shows; Twin Cities Early Music Festival: the Goldbergs and “Winterreise”; Rhythmically Speaking at the Southern; and more.
ALSO: Writer Natalie Goldberg to speak at Grace Trinity; Talk of the Stacks with Emma Cline; “Hypnosis” at the Baroque Room; and more.
ALSO: An emotional ‘MN Original’; gospel singer Robert Robinson at Hamline Church United Methodist; Alvin Ailey coming to the Northrop; and more.
It takes a certain type of borderline insane narcissism to think a book you wrote is still going to be read and cherished in a century, but I’m so grateful the writer took the shot.
ALSO: ‘The Color Purple’ previews begin Friday; Club Book’s upcoming readings; Opera Viva! at Minneapolis Central Library; and more.
ALSO: Scary Stories at Magers & Quinn; Cine Latino at St. Anthony Main; “Working: A Musical” at Rarig; and more.
ALSO: SPCO announces ’14-15 season; Ron Padgett at Talk of the Stacks; Cracked Walnut Literary Festival to begin; and more.
Hand-lettering, dazzling endpapers, upper- and lowercase lettering all reveal a rich history.
ALSO: Talk of the Stacks to include Amy Tan, Larry Watson; “Les Misérables” lives up to the hype; Martha Redbone’s Roots Project at the Cedar; and more.
Here is a sampling of the folders in just a single row: cotton, country stores, cowboys, cowgirls, crate labels, Crete, Cretan antiquities, cricket, crime and criminals, Croatia, and cross-dressing.