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Minneapolis musician selected for Doris Duke Artist Award

Minneapolis musician selected for Doris Duke Artist Award

Apr. 24 |   Minneapolis native, New York-based pianist and composer Craig Taborn among 13 jazz artists to receive 2014 Doris Duke Foundation awards     Earlier this week, The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) announced the first-ever...

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...

Documentary highlights NYC street basketball

Documentary highlights NYC street basketball

Apr. 22 | By Charles Hallman Staff writer   The best basketball players often aren’t found in college or in the NBA, but on the nation’s blacktops. Using a late 1970s tune by the Blackbyrds as its overall theme, Doin’ It In The Park: Pick-Up Basketball,...

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,...

NAACP Labor Chair is ready to fight for jobs

NAACP Labor Chair is ready to fight for jobs

Apr. 21 | She says no one would call her a ‘well behaved’ woman The new faces of the Mpls NAACP: MSR’s story on the new officers of the Minneapolis Branch of the NAACP (“Minneapolis NAACP swears in new members,” Feb. 27) revealed among other things...

Lynx draft four ‘solid players’

Lynx draft four ‘solid players’

Apr. 20 | Unlike last year’s top-heavy, star-studded draft, the 2014 WNBA Draft was instead more workwoman-like. Filling specific team needs took precedence over obtaining star players. The MSR, during the April 10 pre-draft media conference call, asked...

Teens takeover at the Walker

Teens takeover at the Walker

Apr. 17 | Teen Takeover: Double Take Thursday, April 17, 5 – 9 pm A Youth-Curated Event Presented by the Walker Art Center Teen Arts Council Join us for the spring Teen Takeover: Double Take, an evening of youth curated performances, hands-on art-making,...

Brian McKnight Returning To the Dakota

Brian McKnight Returning To the Dakota

Apr. 17 | By Raymond Jackson Contributing Writer   Brian McKnight Soul and R&B recording artist Brian McKnight is returning to the Dakota Nightclub in Minneapolis April 19 and Easter Sunday, April 20 for four performances. The Twin Cities are high...