U.S. Rep Ilhan Omar on her rise in notoriety, challenges and what she hopes to accomplish with her heightened platform.
However small, the Black Twin Cities community (and visitors) played an active role throughout the NCAA festivities.
The MLOC and Meet Minneapolis, the city’s visitors and convention bureau, were asked if any Black-owned businesses are included in this year’s Final Four visitor’s guide. Spokespersons from both organizations said they didn’t think so.
Thanks, Michigan State, for destroying millions of basketball fans’ bracket and pools, and denying the most dynamic circus-like story in all of basketball from reaching the games marquee event!
If words count, then the Star Tribune headline, ‘At North High lessons include reading, writing and resilience,’ and its accompanying article sent more than a few messages in one.
Emilio Estevez will answer questions about his new library-themed feature film, ‘The Public,’ at 2 pm, Sunday, March 17, at Hennepin County Library—Minneapolis Central.
With a $3,865 grant from Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless, New Creation Baptist Church (NCBC) in South Minneapolis can provide more food to individuals experiencing hunger and homelessness.
The current January 2019 deadline to approve the Upper Harbor Terminal concept plan does not allow adequate time for review and collaboration…
Hailu Mergia is bringing his sound to the Twin Cities with a live performance at the Cedar Cultural Center presented by the Cedar and the Walker Art Center. We spoke to the legendary musician in advance of his Oct. 26 performance.
“This never gets old winning a major event,” Sports Minneapolis Executive Director Melvin Tennant proudly declared to an invited gathering of officials, including the Minneapolis mayor, inside the downtown Lynx-Timberwolves arena.