The seventh annual North American Kendama Open (NAKO) begins Thursday, Oct. 3.
Through it all, we remember that we're a team. We’re brothers and sisters at this point. We're family. So the goal is to keep that in mind.
Samiera Abou-Nasr is a Minneapolis filmmaker who has been active since 2015.
With a few adjustments, Como Tap is the Sporty’s 2.0 we never knew we needed.
On Sunday, the curtain closed on a three day dance series highlighting the personal stories of African American dancers.
The murals created this past week will brighten the walls of the Twin Cities for at least a year, until the next Chroma Zone festival.
“I think that everyone deserves to just look at a beautiful city and be surrounded by art and things that are inspiring [and] colorful,” Novotny said. “Bringing that into spaces can really just change people's mindsets, outlooks on life and how they’re going about it.”
Off to the side of the stage, local artists painted rainforest-inspired scenes.
For Westerholm, the decision to move out West felt like “jumping off a cliff.” But that’s never stopped her before.
“The thing that I always say is you can’t do everything, but everyone can do something,” said Kate Marnach, co-owner of the zero waste store Tare Market and a University of Minnesota graduate.