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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...

Hometown talent José James returns to the Cedar

Hometown talent José James returns to the Cedar

Apr. 16 | José James and Kris Bowers return to the Cedar Cultural Center on Monday, April 21. Consider this an invitation to enjoy more new music from two young and gifted musicians with new albums.   But this is not just a fantastic reintroduction...

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:More

Honoring Jackie in 2014

Honoring Jackie in 2014

Apr. 14 | Tuesday is Jackie Robinson Day in Major League Baseball. Every player on all 30 MLB clubs will wear the number 42 on their backs — the same number Robinson wore when he broke in with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1948; the same number every club permanently...

Marlon Wayans continuing family’s comedic legacy

Marlon Wayans continuing family’s comedic legacy

Apr. 9 | By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   If there’s a Black family of comedic aristocracy, it’s the Wayans of New York. With older brothers Keenen Ivory and Damon, and big sister Kim preceding him, whether it was natural or a mistake for Marlon...

Ruben and Lalah play well in the Twin Cities

Ruben and Lalah play well in the Twin Cities

Apr. 7 | By Raymond Jackson Contributing Writer   Ruben Studdard and Lalah Hathaway       On a great feeling Sunday evening, Ruben Studdard and Lalah Hathaway started their 2014 tour at The Dakota Nightclub, located in downtown Minneapolis,...

Virtual companies tackle real issues

Virtual companies tackle real issues

Apr. 3 | Entrepreneur promotes recycling, launches mobile app business   By Judith Hence Contributing Writer Angela Harmon is a publisher and mobile marketing entrepreneur. She is an ambitious individual, committed to the health and ecological well-being...

The War on Poverty: 50 years later

The War on Poverty: 50 years later

Apr. 2 | On January 8, 1964, a mere six weeks after taking office, President Lyndon B. Johnson stood before the nation to deliver his first State of the Union address. In his address President Johnson proclaimed that “This administration declares unconditional...