“Elegance Legacy” pays tribute to an original organizer and empowered drag queens of color.
“You're criticizing your own material at an open mic,” said comic Devohn Bland. “Some people will give you feedback, but the feedback is a little bit more like, ‘Hey, that bit wasn't that great.’ Whereas in this show, the feedback is like, ‘Hey, this is how you can make this better.’”
“I think I always waited for there to be a big moment,” said Elena Bagne, founder of Minneapolis Made Apparel. “I've kind of learned with a lot of things in life that there's not many moments that are like big standout moments. It's just the accumulation of a lot of little things.”
Twin Cities women glass artists express their creative sides with a unique medium.
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.