Issue #19 January 2017

Awareness Through Performance

Celebrating 10 Years of Diversity Education

Jess Witkins

“It’s a group of incredibly talented, courageous, vulnerable, change-agent students who come together to speak their truth around diversity, climate, and social justice issues as a way to spark a larger campus-wide, or even community-wide, conversation.” ~ Amanda Goodenough

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Issue #17 November 2016

Fathom Lane

Travels Through Sound

Haakon Nelson

Spawned from the vibrant Twin Cities music scene, Fathom Lane have distinguished themselves from their peers with artisanal melodies hewn from a selection of quality materials.

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Issue #17 November 2016

The Staves

The Long Trip to Now

Haakon Nelson

Every piece of music you hear has traveled a long way to get to you. In the case of the Staves, a trio of sisters from Watford England, their musical meandering has taken them all over, including working with music legends such as Tom Jones and Bon Iver.

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Issue #16 October 2016

Soul of the Artist

On Display at Lanesboro Arts Gallery

Adam Wiltgen

A photographer whose work primarily focuses on wild horses, Deb Lee Carson is taking a step back for “Soul of the Artist,” a diverse collection of photos from her varied fields of interest.

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Issue #15 September 2016

Wisconsin Poet Laureate To Present

Kimberly Blaeser to Appear at The Pump House

Wisconsin Poet Laureate Kimberly Blaeser will present her work at the Pump House Regional Arts Center on September 27. Blaeser’s poetry draws on Native American traditions to create contemporary harmonies between the natural world and the human imagination.

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Issue #15 September 2016

Ink and Water

Minnesota Marine Art Museum Delivers Fresh Look at the History of Sailors’ Tattoos

Haakon Nelson

“Ink and Water” is a thorough exploration of the relationship between nautical and tattooing traditions, from flash art that hung in parlor windows, to the very devices used to inject the ink.

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Issue #15 September 2016

Them Coulee Boys

On Gaining Perspective and Sharing Hope

Jess Witkins

Jens and Soren Staff are bandmates, one half of the four-person group, Them Coulee Boys. But more than that, they’re brothers, whose strength was tested a year ago when their mother was diagnosed with stage 3 inflammatory breast cancer.

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Issue #15 September 2016

Fish Hook Festival

Inaugural Event Brings In National Acts

Lee Neves

The inaugural Fish Hook Festival kicks off September 9, 2016, at Veterans Freedom Park in conjunction with the Bassmaster Elite Series fishing tournament, which takes place September 8-­11, 2016.

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