She’s the wrangler for nearly every facet of the “Parables” production at the U of M including the visit of librettist Herschel Garfein and composer Robert Aldridge.
Archives for April 2012
The Minnesota Historical Society has some great cycling photos from more than a century ago.
An interactive food truck, a charity flash mob, and even a mobile app for “culturally curious” Minnesotans are among the top picks.
The city closed the bridge earlier this year after a pair of cables fell when the plate holding them to the top of a bridge support failed.
On Saturday, Kent Hrbek joined Harmon Killebrew, Tony Oliva, Rod Carew and Kirby Puckett as the only Minnesota Twins players to be immortalized in bronze outside Target Field. The date of the unveiling — April 14 — matched his player number, the number of years he played for the Twins, and the location of ceremony, Read more →
Nearly one week after a dozen Occupy Minneapolis protesters were arrested for marching in a downtown street, a city council member proposed a measure that Occupy members say is aimed directly at them. An email from OccupyMN attributed the following quote to Occupy Minneapolis member Ben Egerman: “It’s shameful that Mayor RT Rybak and Council Read more →
The news that downtown Minneapolis-based Merit Printing is moving caused me to wonder what will happen to the building’s mural. Here’s a photo I snapped on a rainy morning this week. Not even the gray sky can hold back these colors! A Merit spokesman says the mural goes when the building is demolished to make Read more →
A 24-hour bike race in Minneapolis enters its sophomore year.
Mogadishu’s deputy mayor is asking Somali-Americans in Minnesota to adopt infrastructure projects in the homeland.
The city is expanding its recycling program to include “nearly all of the frequently used containers that used to end up in the trash.”