MUSIC MOVES Shimmying up Funds for AMTA: a Reflection
As I type this post, I'm enjoying my first ever hour long lunch break in...well let's not say how long. My life tends to feature a lot of running around like a chicken with my head cut off, occasional... Posted on 2/18/14 at 1:49 PM
THIS WOMAN WRITES Changing Light Bulbs
From Start Your Week with Steve, the free weekly e-mail newsletter of Steve Henderson Fine Art.
How many people does it take to change a light bulb?
The joke varies -- the people coul... Posted on 11/25/13 at 7:00 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Update: Harlem Shake
It is interesting when I talk to people about my newest viral video craze how many people have heard about the Harlem Shake and how many people have not heard about the Harlem Shake. It is even more... Posted on 3/3/13 at 12:07 PM
A small but extremely enthusiastic and appreciative audience showed up at Symphony Hall at the DECC for “A Fresh Mix,” the Minnesota Ballet’s eclectic collection of five pieces that served as their season opener.
Allen Fields came from Chicago to Duluth in 1992. When the well-known dancer was hired as artistic director of the Minnesota Ballet, he said he thought he’d try out the position to gain some experience.
Sarah Vowell, a regular contributor to Public Radio International’s “This American Life” and a New York Times best-selling author, will make a stop April 12 at Mitchell Auditorium at the College of St. Scholastica.
There were a handful of empty seats at the “Dances at the Board of Trade” performance Friday night at the Elizabeth Adams Studio. They represented a few ballet patrons who missed out on the first of two unique opportunities to see the dancers of the Minnesota Ballet up close and personal, where you could hear the toe shoes and ballet slippers turn on the dance floor.
Meeting the seven dancers who joined the Minnesota Ballet this season must seem, for the company’s veterans, a bit like unwrapping the contents of a care package and seeing what techniques and skills they have to work with this year.
A week does not go by on Facebook without Juliana Bertelsen, the artistic director of the Over the Top Dance Studio, reminding us about open salsa dancing and lessons. Clearly she has created an audience for this type of dancing, which explains why about 100 people showed up on opening night of “Drums! Dance! Duluth!” at Teatro Zuccone.
Cake walk on the Lakewalk; Quench your ‘Appetite for Destruction’; It’s Spirit Valley Street Dance time; The Temptations hit the Big Top; Some familiar faces at annual Fringe Festival; Highway 61 Folk Festival; Beatles tribune band performs; Phoenix Productions performs dance show ‘Imagine’
Hockey: Tryouts for the Minnesota/Wisconsin AAA Junior Bulldogs U10, U12 and U14 girls spring and summer leagues will take place March 14 from noon to 2 p.m. at Kerry Park Arena in International Falls. Cost is &15. Contact Bruce Bonicatto at (218) 780-4794 or minwisaaahock
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