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Sober Queer History leaves alcohol out, but adds in personal storytelling.

Franki Hanke, Senior Reporter

December 15

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

What happens when storytelling, improv and alcohol are blended into a single event? How about when LGBTQ+ voices are the focal points? That would be the cocktail that produces Gadfly Theatre’s quarterly Drunk Queer History, but t... Read more »

Holiday Sampler offers free introduction to local, natural goods

Franki Hanke, Senior Reporter

December 14

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

Mississippi Market, a natural food co-op in St. Paul, is holding a Holiday Sampler event Dec. 3 to introduce visitors to some local makers and new customers to their consumer-owned grocery store. Mississippi Market is a certif... Read more »

Patton: punch lines for party lines and pain

Samuel Ketcham, Reporter

November 25

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Last Friday evening a worn, tired and hungover Patton Oswalt took the stage at Mystic Lake Casino to both the displeasure and enjoyment of the middle-aged, overweight and fairly intoxicated Minnesotan crowd. The five-foot-three,... Read more »

Word Brew offers speed dating for books

Francheska Crawford Hanke, Senior Reporter

November 25

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Inspired by band showcases, in which many different bands perform short sets under one cover charge to sample broadly, Conrad Zero, of the Minnesota Speculative Fiction Writers, organized the first Word Brew. In 2016, the event... Read more »

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