Renowned storyteller Robin Washington was named Duluth Arts Institute president of its board of directors this year.
A space for local and national arts and entertainment stories, with an emphasis on stories pertaining to the African American experience.
A perfect late-summer day greeted the 18th annual Selby Ave. JazzFest held at the intersection of Selby Avenue and Milton in St. Paul.
The newly-launched Theatre 55’s production of the classic musical ‘Pippin’ features actor Beverly Tipton Hammond.
The predominantly African American, hip-thrusting, R&B-bellowing nine-member cast of “Smokey Joe’s Café” are mostly locals.
Minnesota-born-and-raised jazz and blues vocalist Annie Mack singing is a source of healing and hope.
The 18th annual and free festival returns once more Sept. 14 to send jazz fans, community members and passersby into the fall with smooth jazz standards, interesting local guests and jazz performers, and a neuvo soul headliner Goapele.
A cool slate of hot early-September shows will help carry you into fall.
Burna Boy will bring his ‘The African Giant Returns’ tour to the Skyway Theatre Sat. night starting at 7 pm.
Static Panic, one of the newest to take on the local synth-pop dance tradition laid down by Prince, is releasing a new project ‘Glow.’