Cedar Cultural Center
The community came together Friday night to help piece together the lives torn apart by a devastating apartment fire.
The Cedar Cultural Center is holding a benefit concert for victims of an apartment fire and explosion that killed three people near downtown Minneapolis. The goal of Friday night’s concert is to raise money for victims and their family members. Organizers say it’s also a chance to bring the community together.
The Cedar Cultural Center will hold a benefit concert to raise money for victims of a fatal apartment building fire near downtown Minneapolis. The concert takes place Jan. 24 at The Cedar, located on the Minneapolis West Bank. The Cedar is just down the street from where the New Year’s Day fire and explosion killed three people. The fire also destroyed a grocery store on the ground level and displaced tenants in 10 apartments.
We have a “throwback” for Friday’s Minnesota Music Minute. Yes, there’s a local record label called Secret Stash that is going back to the 1960s and 70s.
Minneapolis has been home to internationally-acclaimed orchestra and classical music events since the early 1900s. Today, Minnesota is home to a variety of venues and performances dedicated to bringing the enjoyment of classical music to everyone.
The Pines have a release show for their album Dark So Gold at the Cedar Cultural Center.