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Alley Contest!

Alley Contest!

E-mail, text, or call The Alley with location of this sculpture to enter a raffle for a $5 gift certificate at Pow-Wow Grounds Coffee. Tell who put on the green leaves for 5 Spirit of Phillips Note Cards by Dave and Linnea. 612-990-4022 Editor@AlleyNews.org

Mixed Blood Theatre Six-Show 2018-19 Season! Transforming the impossible to the probable

Mixed Blood Theatre Six-Show 2018-19 Season! Transforming the impossible to the probable

2018 Obie Award for playwright, director, and lead actors, IS GOD IS is an epic woman’s revenge play taking its cues from the Spaghetti Western, hip hop, Afropunk, the ancient, modern, and the tragic. 43rd Season begins September 21 mixedblood.com By MIXED BLOOD THEATRE Speaking truth to power and upending the status quo through theater via [...]

KFAI Remembers “Balcony” beginnings 40 years ago with documentary

KFAI Remembers “Balcony” beginnings 40 years ago with documentary

COURTESY OF KFIKFAI Crew on steps of Walker Community United Methodist Church, 3104 16th Av. So. many years before it burned May 27, 2012; 103 years after 1886 congregation built it by gift from Thomas Walker, lumber baron & others. “Little City in Space” directed by noted Czech Republic director Miroslav Janek (Citizen Havel) is a rare, [...]

The Land Stewardship Project

The Land Stewardship Project

Mission: The Land Stewardship Project (LSP) is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1982 to foster an ethic of stewardship for farmland, to promote sustainable agriculture and to develop healthy communities. LSP is dedicated to creating transformational change in our food and farming system. LSP’s work has a broad and deep impact, from [...]

June 2018 Alley Newspaper

June 2018 Alley Newspaper

Lake of dreams–boat-building & story-sharing workshops

Lake of dreams–boat-building & story-sharing workshops

A.S. MILLIGAN//N.M.MILLIGANA fisherman’s hook, used to lash wood together to form a frame for a currach, shown next to a completed frame. By CARSTENS SMITH Boats are a powerful metaphor and Ingebretsen’s is offering a 3-part workshop that uses boats, both literally and figuratively, as a way for people to tell their families’ stories and [...]

Memorial Day observance

Memorial Day observance

TIMOTHY McCALL BY TIMOTHY McCALL This Fife and Drum duo signaled the 150th Memorial Day observance at Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery May 28, 2018 at Lake and Cedar Avs. Fifes, an ancient instrument have been in use by armies (in its modern form) since the 16th century. Fifes originally accompanied companies of men providing music on the [...]

Cinema in the Cemetery

Cinema in the Cemetery

TIMOTHY MCCALL By TIMOTHY MCCALL The 1st Cemetery Cinema audience of 2018, Sat. May 25th watching the older genius of Buster Keaton in “The General” with the superb, newer creative genius of  Dreamland Faces led by Karen Majewicz and Andy McCormick who both compose, record, and record music for silent films. Their repertoire includes [...]

Celebrating and Honoring Native month, love, community, spring, longevity, ancestors, women, children, service, & freedom on the streets & in the park

Celebrating and Honoring Native month, love, community, spring, longevity, ancestors, women, children, service, & freedom on the streets & in the park

Phillips Community may have more parades, celebrations, demonstrations, and campaigns per capita than any other similar size area. May begins such festivities each year. We include only four because of space constraints that represent his exposure and celebration of community, culture, and issues. COURTESY MINDEKIRKEN LUTHERAN [...]

Student Intern plus 18 years Jonathan Miller, embellished The Alley Newspaper, “retires” to focus on family and career

Student Intern plus 18 years Jonathan Miller, embellished The Alley Newspaper, “retires” to focus on family and career

Jonathan, Betty, Amy, and Bobby MillerCOURTESY JONATHAN MILLER By LEON OMAN After nearly 18 years of dedicated service to The Alley Newspaper and its readers, our Co-Editor and Designer, Jonathan Miller, has “retired’ – he supported The Alley for almost half of its 42 year history! His most recent, but longtime role has been doing the [...]

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