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‘Arts’ Archives

4 ACTIONS Exhibit at AIM-IC

By HARVEY WINJE The AIM Gallery has a new Exhibit documenting Four AIM “ACTIONS” with dynamic photography of events by J Arthur Anderson, Gerald Auginash, Heidi Inman, and Ivy Vainio. The American Indian Movement Interpretive Center, 1113 East Franklin Avenue is open from 10am-4pm week days and by appointment: 612-886-2107 or [...]

Fantastical Worlds Exhibition at ASI

By The AMERICAN SWEDISH INSTITUTE The Fantastical Worlds of Kim Simonsson, a new exhibition at the ASI, showcases sculptor Kim Simonsson of Fiskars, Finland, who crafts beguiling, evocative and otherworldly life-sized ceramics figures, including those he calls “Moss People.” A kneeling girl talking to a two-headed bunny, a sleeping woman [...]

Movie Corner

Movie Corner

By HOWARD MCQUITTER II “Hostiles” (2018) Western/Adventure/Drama/Action Entertainment Studio Motion Pictures 4/5 stars The western genre is rare nowadays, director Scott Cooper’s (“Crazy Horse”, “ Black Mass”, Out of the Furnace”) puts more a little meat into this western/adventure story. The film is served well by the cast [...]

Recommended 2017 Films by Women Directors

By HOWARD MCQUITTER II “Detroit” Director: Kathryn Bigelow. Country: USA. Language: English. Running time: 143 minutes. Genre: Drama/Biography. (R) “Wonder Woman” Director: Patty Jenkins. Country: USA. Languages: English/German/Dutch/French/Spanish/Chinese/Greek. Running time: 141 minutes. Genre: Fantasy/Adventure. (PG-13) [...]

Recommended Women Directors from 36th Annual Mpls/St. Paul Film Festival

By HOWARD MCQUITTER II “Everything Else” Director: Natalia Almada. Country: Mexico, USA, France. Languages: Spanish in English subtitles. Running time:90 minutes. Genre: Drama. “The Truth Beneath” Country: South Korea. Languages: Korean in English subtitles. Running time: 102 minutes. Genre: Drama/Crime/ Mystery. (more…)

44th MayDay! Theme Decision Time!!

By MEG WALSH Welcome to two brainstorm community meetings for the 44th MayDay Parade Theme. MayDay Parade, Ceremony, and Festival process begins in Feb.& Mar. Neighbors and Artists: have a conversation about our community: hopes, concerns, & images that resonate & inspire as we look towards this new year. (more…)

Make Believe Neighborhood

Make Believe Neighborhood

PHOTO CREDIT: Bruce Silcox By Stephanie Rogers Make Believe Neighborhood –MBN is a celebration of Mr. Rogers and our own Phillips Community by In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre -HOBT, directed by Bart Buch, this world-premiere is vignettes of positive impact of community members including Wayne Bugg, Patrick and Luisa [...]

What Are Some of The Best Films of 2017?

Ten out of 120 Howard Viewed in 2017! 1.) “Paradise” (Rated R?) This film is from The 2017 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, entirely in black and white, the film is set during World War II, when three people cross paths. Simply put, “Paradise” one reason to go to big screen. Cast: Yuliya Vysotskaya (Olga), Christian [...]

“The Shape of Water”

“The Shape of Water”

“The Shape of Water”(2017) Fox Searchlight ****1/2 Back during the Cold War, a young mute woman, Eliza Esposito (Sally Hawkins), lives in a shabby apartment above the Orpheum Theater (“The Story of Ruth and the Mardi Gras” on the marquee) with in-a-closet, gay struggling illustrator, Giles Richard Jenkins in Baltimore, Maryland, circa [...]

Lady Bird

Lady Bird

“Lady Bird” (2017) Studio A24 ***** “Lady Bird” is the most refreshing film on adolescence in a long time. Thanks to Greta Gerwig, her directional debut is fantastic, everything is in place, keen, realistic, charming and humorous (and serious, too) all in the right spots. Yes, adolescence is a turbulent, experimental, and growing time [...]

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