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Archive for October, 2013

Multitalented JD Steele keeps pushing the creative envelope

Multitalented JD Steele keeps pushing the creative envelope

Oct. 31 | His latest project: a dance opera score blending Black and Indian genres    By Dwight Hobbes Contributing Writer   JD Steele is, of course, even if you have been hiding under a rock, a household name in Twin Cities’ music and, by extension,...

Plenty of action in semifinal playoffs

Plenty of action in semifinal playoffs

Oct. 31 | In the prep football semifinal playoffs last week, one team avenged an early season loss, top seeds from Minneapolis and St. Paul moved a step closer to a state playoff birth, two more top seeds representing each of the Twin Cities didn’t make...

This Week’s Cartoon

This Week’s Cartoon

Oct. 30 | Share:Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on StumbleUpon (Opens in new window)Click to email...

Black clergy push ‘Obamacare’ enrollment as glitches get fixed

Black clergy push ‘Obamacare’ enrollment as glitches get fixed

Oct. 30 |               By Hazel Trice Edney Guest Commentator   A team of African American preachers has sent a letter to President Barack Obama affirming their ”commitment to the Affordable Care Act” even as the...

Security reduced at Vikings games

Security reduced at Vikings games

Oct. 30 | Sheriff Richard Stanek objects: Why didn’t others?   The National Football League’s directors of security ordered all 32 NFL teams to ban law enforcement officers working NFL games from being armed: no more bringing their weapons to work at the...

The Matthew Shepard we don’t know

The Matthew Shepard we don’t know

Oct. 30 |               There are numerous hagiographies on the Matthew Shepard murder. Twenty years after Shepard’s murder, they’re being challenged. Are we ready for the tale investigative journalist Stephen Jimenez,...

The Black codes: framework for today’s laws

The Black codes: framework for today’s laws

Oct. 30 |               By Jessica Wright Guest Commentator In 1777, slavery was abolished and with that the slavery codes became stagnant. Slave owners who fought against the abolition of slavery were athirst for a turnabout...

Bev Lambkins shapes a culture of hope for those in need

Bev Lambkins shapes a culture of hope for those in need

Oct. 30 | CenterPoint Energy’s consumer advocate explains how to keep the heat on   Bev Lambkins, a 30-plus year employee of CenterPoint Energy who holds the title of Supervisor Agency Programs Consumer Advocate, has lifelong experience working closely with...

Ten tips to getting the most out of your doctor’s visit

Ten tips to getting the most out of your doctor’s visit

Oct. 30 |             Every minute of your doctor’s visit should count. Most typical medical visits, especially in primary care, last about 15 minutes. To optimize your visit with the doctor, you need your visit to be as efficient...

Rondo R.I.P.

Rondo R.I.P.

Oct. 30 |     Memorial planned for final Rondo neighborhood building on November 2   Memorial services are being planned by Rondo Avenue, Inc. (RAI) for one of the last two remaining members of the original Rondo neighborhood family of buildings...
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