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This Week’s Entertainment Spots

This Week’s Entertainment Spots

Apr. 24 |   Passing Strange With disparate styles that range from ‘60’s Europop to ‘70’s punk to ‘80’s electronica to gospel, soul, and funk to musical theatre and witha nod to James Brown, this 2008 Tony Award winner is a play within a rock...

This weekend, it’s jazz-related concerts galore!

This weekend, it’s jazz-related concerts galore!

Apr. 23 | Brooklyn-based ensemble Red Baraat makes its debut at Orchestra Hall on Friday, April 25 at 8 pm. Critics have described their performance as “a shot of pure adrenalin.” Established in 2008, Red Baraat is an eight-piece band from Brooklyn,...

Redlining targets Black Minnesotans and neighborhoods

Redlining targets Black Minnesotans and neighborhoods

Apr. 22 | Wells Fargo leads pack according to U of M report on sub-prime lenders By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   A new University of Minnesota Law School study shows that Blacks and other communities of color and low-income residents in the Twin Cities...

Shelbi Alesia Montgomery at McNally Smith

Shelbi Alesia Montgomery at McNally Smith

Apr. 21 | Shelbi Alesia Montgomery       Shelbi Alesia Montgomery, a senior attending McNally Smith College of Music, would like to invite you to her Senior Voice Recital on April 24th  at 6:30 pm, in the McNally Smith College of Music Auditorium,...

Lewis, Pizzarelli and McFerrin take over Orchestra Hall

Lewis, Pizzarelli and McFerrin take over Orchestra Hall

Apr. 15 | When you’re in the business of moving people–and I mean by way of live musical artistry, it’s never an easy task. If the goal is to have an unforgettable experience with an audience that occurs in the now and that takes people places...

2014 Graduation Celebration

2014 Graduation Celebration

Apr. 14 | Click here to apply to the 2014 Graduation Celebration event! 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...

A lot of planning goes into sports tournaments

A lot of planning goes into sports tournaments

Mar. 26 |             The inaugural Big Ten men’s hockey tournament held last week in St. Paul provided many inaugural moments, surprises and disappointments, not unlike other post-season events. All but one of the five tournament...

Big Ten hockey tournament a success

Big Ten hockey tournament a success

Mar. 25 |     The first season of Big Ten men’s hockey is now history. It finished with Minnesota as regular season champs, Wisconsin as tournament champion, and three teams ranked among the nation’s top 12: No. 1 Minnesota, No. 6 Wisconsin and...

Spoken Hero – Recording artist applies promotional expertise to community betterment

Spoken Hero – Recording artist applies promotional expertise to community betterment

Mar. 21 | People in our community and their giving spirit to others often go unnoticed as “Unspoken Heroes.” Our “Spoken Heroes” feature gives the community the opportunity to recognize these everyday heroes and their accomplishments. Without looking...

A challenge to Black churches: ‘Break down walls’   that divide our community

A challenge to Black churches: ‘Break down walls’ that divide our community

Mar. 12 | A St. Paul reverend calls on the faithful to tackle worldly problems   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   The Black church must be more vocal on current local and national issues, says a local cleric. During a February 16 joint celebration service...