Legendary Grammy Award-winning songstress Dionne Warwick is set to release her first new album in five years.
A space for local and national arts and entertainment stories, with an emphasis on stories pertaining to the African American experience.
The National Empowerment Group Inc., Blue Cross Blue Shield, Shakopee Chevrolet and Americas Realty Group will host the 11th annual “Women Unite to Win – Women’s Appreciation Luncheon” on March 23 to honor first ladies of area churches.
In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre (HOBT) has been part and parcel of multicultural theatre in the Twin Cities for the past 45 years. That could all end this summer.
It’s not a happy subject to discuss, but it’s inevitable that human bodies will experience sickness, disease or break down
The Haitian Revolution led to the creation of the first free Black state in the Americas. But the world was hardly expecting a former enslaved man named Henry Christophe to make himself the king of it.
Melvin Whitfield Carter, Jr’s memoir, ‘Diesel Heart’ captures how the former wayward hellraiser transitioned to a leader serving his community.
Acclaimed director and actor Robert Townsend is helping launch a new Twin Cities film series honoring the legendary photographer and filmmaker Gordon Parks.
Rico Nevotion’s bio reads like a who’s who of artists. The vocalist-songsmith-actor has traveled the world, opening for national acts, including Beyoncé, Celine Dion, KC & JoJo, Silk and Anthony Hamilton…
Grammy-Award-winning artist Cardi B just announced a show in Minneapolis on Saturday, July 27 at the Target Center.
A new TPT documentary, ‘Jim Crow of the North,’ is set to further the discussion of Minneapolis’ color-coded housing bigotry.