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Archives for July 2012
Jennifer Ford Reedy replaces Peter Hutchinson
The Hennepin County Library’s series will feature Michael Chabon, Naomi Wolf, Geoff Dyer and Calvin Trillin.
NBC chose to cut away from the opening ceremonies for a pre-taped interview with Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps just as choreographer Akram Khan was performing his tribute to the 52 victims of the July 2005 London bomb attacks.
Medals were awarded for sport-themed painting, sculpture, literature, architecture and music in Olympic games held between 1912 and 1952.
On the discussion docket today, movies about the flash mob phenomenon, a neighborhood watch group fighting off aliens, and what the early days of the French Revolution were like.
Garrison Keillor’s mother Grace passed away this morning at age 97. Her passing was announced in this message from the A Prairie Home Companion office. Grace Keillor died Friday morning at her home in Brooklyn Park. She was 97. She was the mother of writer Garrison Keillor. “Mother had a good long life and was Read more →
Minneapolis native Lauren Ignaut is the new Director of Studio Programming, which involves serving as a liaison with visiting theater companies.
Mu Performing Arts is breaking new ground by giving classic musical theater pieces an Asian American re-imagining.
Inject your weekend with some laughter, be a part of a Soul Train, celebrate the Mississippi River, and rock your heart out.