Socialize

Home » Archives by category » Entertainment (Page 23)

RIOTOUS. ROUSING. REVOULTIONARY. REDYKULASS.

Summertime in Minneapolis, a time to change your wardrobe, bring out the mosquito repellent, go fishing, barbequing, cycling, and of course attend the “Annual Redykulass Concert”. …

Weather Challenges Innocent’s Reggae CD Release Party

Weather Challenges Innocent’s Reggae CD Release Party

The weather provided a spectacular show announcing the release of Innocent's all-original, 14-track CD, Shine Africa, at the Cabooze on Friday, June 16th.  Outside, rain pelted the dry earth in…

Walker Art Center 2006-2007 Season

The Walker Art Center announced its 2006-2007 performing arts season schedule at a luncheon held in its Skyline Room on June 7th.  The aspiring program includes dancers, actors, and musicians…

The Meaning of Traditional Masks in Africa

An interview with Mimi Girma

Art Exhibit Closes with Lively Public Discourse

Art Exhibit Closes with Lively Public Discourse

"I think it's more beneficial to be embraced by the audience of the Walker ( Art Center ) than it is to hang on the walls of the Walker," said photographer, Bill…

African Daily Life

A group exhibit including paintings, sculpture, photography and artifacts highlighting daily life in African countries is on display at the Mira Gallery of the Instituto de Cultura y Educación in…

Two Films from Africa to Screen at Walker Art Center

Two Films from Africa to Screen at Walker Art Center

The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis has announced its latest edition of Global Lens: Films from the Global Film Initiative.

In Search of Miss Africa Minnesota

In Search of Miss Africa Minnesota

On June 30th, T&J Entertainment in conjunction with Kilimanjaro Entertainment will host Minnesota’s first Miss Africa beauty pageant at the Minneapolis Convention Centre.

African Dance Awakens Local Libraries During Black History Month

African Dance Awakens Local Libraries During Black History Month

It’s common knowledge that hip-hop dancing is a veiled attempt to sexualize the movements of African dance.  Isn’t it?  According to G. Craige Lewis who preaches nationally as well as…

25th Annual U Concert to Honor the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

25th Annual U Concert to Honor the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

For the past quarter of a century the University of Minnesota has held an annual celebration of the life and achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and this year is no…

Lost Boys Of Sudan Settle in America

Lost Boys Of Sudan Settle in America

The WALKER ART CENTER in Minneapolis will be screening a 90 minute documentary titled “Lost Boys of Sudan” depicting the plight of 20,000 Southern Sudanese Dinka tribe children driven out of their country during…