ALSO: “Extraordinary Women” to open at the Minnesota History Center; the New Standards to livestream from the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Catching up with Sheila Smith on the state of the arts.
ALSO: 28th Annual Songs of Freedom – Bob Marley Remembered at the Cabooze; book launch for Anton Treuer at Minnesota History Center; and more.
ALSO: Nancy Harms to sing at Crooners; the National Dog Show on Thanksgiving; Music Under Glass at Como Park; and more.
Plus: Prince exhibit at the History Center; the origins of “Alien”; Bram Stoker’s great grand-nephew; and more.
ALSO: T2P2 at the Amsterdam; Wendy Lewis at Icehouse; “Moon” at the Trylon; and more.
ALSO: JazzMN’s founding artistic director to step down after 20 years; ‘Hope & Fury’ to screen at the Minnesota History Center; and more.
ALSO: “Time for Ilhan” at St. Anthony Main; “Somalis + Minnesota” at the Minnesota History Center; “Star Wars: A New Hope” Complete Film with Live Orchestra; and more.
Also: “How to Have Fun in a Civil War” at the History Center; Happening: Amber Sanctuary at Guthrie’s Level 9; and more.
ALSO: James Sewell Ballet at the Cowles; pianist Ivan Konev in concert at Hamline; and more.
ALSO: 3rd Annual Arts Quarter Festival at the U of M; Club Book featuring Curt Brown; 18th Annual Twin Cities Book Festival at the Fairgrounds; and more.
ALSO: Jazz at the Jungle: “Hot Rhythm and Happy Feet”; “Awake and Sing!” at Artistry; and more.
ALSO: Hook and Ladder to host “Jazz Indeed” series; “Somalis + Minnesota” at the History Center; “2001: A Space Odyssey” in IMAX at the zoo; and more.
From Music in the Parks to Bands on the Boulevard, it’s amazing how much free music you can hear in Minneapolis and St. Paul in summer.
ALSO: “The Princess’ Nightingale” at SteppingStone Theatre; Richard Stengel at Westminster Town Hall Forum; and more.
ALSO: Saint Paul Winter Carnival; Twin Cities Winter Jazz Festival at Crooners; Curt Brown’s “Minnesota, 1918” launch at the History Center; and more.
ALSO: Home for the Holidays at Orchestra Hall; Loyce Houlton’s Nutcracker Fantasy at the State; Christmas movies at the Riverview; and more.
ALSO: CELLOici recital at Hennepin Methodist; “Incurable: A Fool’s Tale” at the Guthrie’s Dowling Studio; Devoney Looser presents “The Making of Jane Austen”; and more.
ALSO: Symphony in 60: Strauss’ “Also Sprach Zarathustra” at Orchestra Hall; “Last Men in Aleppo” at St. Anthony Main; and more.
ALSO: Caitlin Bailey wins Lindquist & Vennum Prize for Poetry; a free Prince display at the History Center; and more.