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The Steeles

• Wed., Dec .25, 8 pm

• Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant, 1010 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis

• Call 612-332-1010 or go to www.dakotacooks.com

 

 

 

 

 

Permed Out Showcase IV

With Audio Perm, Psymun & K.Raydio, Bomba de Luz, James Franken, DJ Snuggles

• Fri., Dec. 20, 5 pm (all ages) and 10 pm (21+)

• Triple Rock Social Club, 629 Cedar Ave. S., Minneapolis

• Call 612-333-7399 or go to www.triplerocksocialclub.com

 

 

Lizzo (record release)

• Sat., Dec. 28, 8 pm

• Triple Rock Social Club, 629 Cedar Ave. S., Minneapolis

• Call 612-333-7399 or go to www.triplerocksocialclub.com

 

 

 

 

State Capitol LEGO® Model Display 

• See a monumental and detailed model of the Minnesota State Capitol made entirely of LEGO® bricks. Continue Reading →

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This week’s Entertainment spotlights!

 

 
The Music
 

 
The Dear Hunter Tour, featuring Homeboy Sandman, Open Mike Eagle, Random aka Mega Ran
Fri., Aug. 16, 8 pm • First Avenue & 7th St. Entry, 701 N. 1st Ave., Mpls., 612-338-8388 or http://first-avenue.com • On the heels of his latest release, the critically acclaimed LP First of a Living Breed (Stones Throw), Homeboy Sandman teams up with rapper Open Mike Eagle, whom the LA Times calls “One of LA’s smartest young voices,” and Random aka Mega Ran, who has been described as a mix of video games, the 80’s, hip hop, soul music, jazz and standup comedy. 2nd Annual Black and White Red Carpet Affair
Sat., Aug. 17, 9:30 pm • Bunker’s Music Bar & Grill, 761 Washington Ave. Continue Reading →

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Old Log’s Mahalia delivers in song

 

 

Old Log Theater’s Mahalia, starring Sandra Robinson Hodges with Dianne E’Laine and Sam Reeves Old Log Theater is flaws and all, a winning ticket. This is the second go around for the production, which premiered at Old Log in 1994. Ironically it’s a slice of African American theater, indeed, a page from Black history, running way out in the middle of White suburbia. And well worth the trip. Local gospel luminary Sandra Robinson Hodges is a natural to play Mahalia Jackson, the music immortal, civil rights activist and cultural icon. Continue Reading →

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