‘I Was a Stranger Too’

Drama relates the stories of people displaced and the humanity of those who have welcomed them After four years in development involving scores of interviews with people seeking asylum and the people who help resettle them, I Was a Stranger…

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They’ve got the beat

Jill van Koolwijk (far left) and Lucy Gerold (center) kept a steady beat as Bettie Seitzer (right) led a Women Who Groove drum circle at the Women’s Drum Center, 2242 University Ave. Photos by Brad Stauffer Women circle up to…

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You want atmosphere?

Ingrams’ Apostle Supper Club transports downtown diners to Palm Springs circa 1960 Saint Paul has another option for upscale dining with the opening of the Apostle Supper Club on the ground floor of a new apartment building at Kellogg Boulevard…

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‘Art music of our time’

Local composers premiere their latest creations in debut of Vanguard New Music Series Twin Cities composers Emily Boyajian, Jared Coffin, Aaron Kerr and Jonathan Posthuma will present a collection of new works in concert at 7 p.m. Friday, November 18,…

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Life with Mother

Brothers get a second chance to heal the wounds of childhood in ‘The Boys Room.’After a two-year hiatus brought about by the pandemic, Gremlin Theatre will return to the stage on November 4 with a drama about two brothers who…

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Reaching for ‘The Heavens’

Bruggeman contemplates loss and hope in new collection of paintings.Saint Paul artist Daniel Bruggeman approached his latest collection of paintings with a bird’s-eye view. “The Heavens” took shape last spring when Bruggeman was at a friend’s home in Northern Minnesota…

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