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.
A space for local and national arts and entertainment stories, with an emphasis on stories pertaining to the African American experience.
The wealth of talent on view is almost staggering. Stenberg carries the weight of the film, giving Starr just enough juice to grow from a humble, vulnerable teen to a courageous protester.
The two sisters used to get their hair done every week by their mother who used ingredients pulled straight from their South Carolina farm.
The fact-based script by Barbara Stepansky is adapted from the Time magazine article on the water crisis by Josh Sanburn, of course, national headline after headline long decrying the situation. Beyond that, this story is well told.
The Rondo Book Children’s Book Series is the result of a partnership between In Black Ink, Rondo Avenue Inc. and the Minnesota Humanities Center with funding from the Minnesota Historical Society.
Here are the MSR editors’ top picks of free (and low-cost) events, arts and activities to enjoy throughout the Twin Cities and greater metro area. SEPTEMBER 28 – OCTOBER 4 Saturday, September 30 The Black Love Effect Project: Daytime Party 3-7 pm @ Wilson’s Image Barbers & Stylists, 2124 W. Broadway Ave., Mpls. […]
Here are the MSR editors’ top picks of free (and low-cost) events, arts and activities to enjoy throughout the Twin Cities and greater metro area. September 21-29 Saturday, September 22 Girl Time – All About Girls and Engineering 9am-4pm @ The Works Museum, 9740 Grand Ave. S., Mpls. $12. Members free Hands-on activities and demonstrations […]
Written and directed by Andrew Bujalski (Beeswax), the film features many of the hallmarks of the low-budget genre on which the mumblecore maven built his career. The film effectively paints a poignant portrait of a day in the life of a humble, dedicated, working-class heroine just trying to make a buck.
Giving back isn’t just a figure of speech to Steele. Accordingly, when Dignity Center, an ecumenical outreach ministry of Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church designed to help people in poverty, knocked on his door to raise funds, he couldn’t agree quickly enough.
Here are the MSR editors’ top picks of free (and low-cost) events, arts and activities to enjoy throughout the Twin Cities and greater metro area. Friday, September 14 ‘Imagine North’ Block Party 4-7 pm @ Plymouth and Penn avenues, Mpls. FREE. THOR Companies presents the ultimate Northside block party featuring live performances by Paris Bennett, […]