Minneapolis-based NEED Magazine describes itself as a hope-filled publication that seeks to highlight the heroic efforts of people trying to make a difference.
July 12-13, 2008, marked the 12th year of the Twin Cities Dragon Festival, the state’s largest festival celebrating Asian American culture.
On July 10, 2008, a new arts and entertainment marathon that will help welcome Republican National Convention guests was announced. It’s called spark24.
Meet the Face of Change Photo Exhibit
The Salvation Army has been a charitable presence in the United States since its humble beginnings in 1880.
The Twin Cities are in the midst of summer, meaning several things: lots of construction, intense gardening, and probably the most memorable, outdoor festivals and celebrations.
The National Conference on Media Reform took place from June 6-8, 2008, at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
University of Minnesota economics professor and Nobel prize winner Leonid Hurwicz died on June 24, 2008. He was 90 years old.
A locally produced Arab-American television show recently celebrated its 10th anniversary on the air.
This summer marks the third year of Walker Art Center’s Queer Takes, a film fest that focuses specifically on issues surrounding the LGBT community.
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