The “Visual Voices” photography program for youth is funded by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.
Meet the University Recreation and Wellness Center’s massage therapist, Grandma Coca.
“Malleable,” an event by and for trans women and trans femmes, was held on Nov. 7 at Moon Palace Books.
The “Bailame Dance Festival” will run from Nov. 8-11 at the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West.
Minneapolis band ahem released their debut album “Try Again” on Nov. 1.
The Twin Cities Horror Festival will play 13 shows at the Southern Theater from Oct. 24 to Nov. 3.
The 26th Annual BareBones Puppets Halloween Extravaganza examines humans’ relationship with nature.
theMARAJ released its long-awaited project “Dripstars” this past July.
The program offers those struggling with mental illness an opportunity to express themselves.
“I lie in the many dimensions of a black man,” said Taoheed Bayo, one of the models in the project and a math major at the University. “As a black man, we’re seen as this rigid, aggressive, almost inanimate object. But on the contrary, we have feelings. We have emotions.”