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Monday July 22nd 2024

Posts Tagged ‘Gingerbread’

November 2022 Events

November 2022 Events

Picture Gallery of the SoulThrough December 10University of Minnesota Regis Center for Art (East)405 21st Avenue South Free The Katherine E. Nash Gallery presents A Picture Gallery of the Soul, a group exhibition of over 100 Black American artists from the 19th through 21st century whose practice incorporates the photographic medium, including Phillips’ own Walter Griffin. The exhibition honors, celebrates, investigates, and interprets Black history, culture, and politics in the United States. For gallery hours and information on related events, go to https://cla.umn.edu/art/galleries-public-programs/katherine-e-nash-gallery Performers Pedra Pepa (R) and Sam Aros Mitchell (L) in she who lives on the road to war. Photo: Valerie Oliveiro she who lives on the road to war, 2022 installation view. Photo: Rosy Simas she who lives on the road to warThrough December 15All My Relations Arts1414 East Franklin Avenue Free she who lives on the road to war is an immersive [...]

Food obsession: Gingerbread

By Jane Thomson Note: “Food Obsession” will be a column written by Jane Thomson often, if not regularly, in The Alley. I am not a “foodie”, but I like to eat and am also a constant dieter ”“ thus the obsession. I welcome anyone else”'s sending in his own food article, perhaps focusing on informed healthy eating or on world hunger (as related to neighborhood action), subjects which I am not exceptionally well informed about. Focus on gingerbread: Such a recipe calls for ingredients that are often already on hand, so you can make it on impulse. “Gingerbread” is also the word used to describe the wooden trim often seen on Victorian houses in the Phillips neighborhood. The first recipe is for a classic gingerbread. Clipped awhile ago from The Star Tribune, it is called “Gingerbread from 1930”. When you make it, you should be wearing a cotton housedress, an apron, thick cotton stockings, and tie shoes with Cuban heels [...]

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