Renaissance Festival Announces Return In 2021 After Canceling During Pandemic
'The Simpsons,' 'Cheers,' 'All In The Family' Ranked Among Best Sitcoms Ever
Janet Jackson To Auction More Than 1K Items To Raise Money For Child Advocacy AgencySome of the items up for grabs include Jackson’s original multi-platinum record awards for the albums "Janet." and "Control," and a collection of iconic clothes and costume pieces.
Local Music Scene Mourning Sudden Death Of Billy Franze of Dr. Mambo’s Combo The local music community is mourning after a well-known Twin Cities guitarist, Billy Franze of Dr. Mambo’s Combo, died unexpectedly.
Regina King Speaks Out On Derek Chauvin Verdict In Oscars SpeechIn the opening moments of the Oscars, a time that in more normal years is filled with monologue jokes and lighthearted musical moments, Regina King spoke of suffering and racial injustice.
Song About Missing A Loved One Helps Kids Going Through GriefJace and Emmy Lu Muller's mother Amie died of cancer four years ago. They've been going through grief counseling at school, through a special program.
Cardi B Tees Off On Wisconsin Congressman Who Criticized Grammys Performance On House FloorRapper Cardi B took issue Thursday with a Wisconsin congressman who criticized her Grammy performance during a speech on the House floor.
Prince Fans Make Trek To Paisley Park On 5th Anniversary Of Star's DeathThis year marks the first time the urn containing Prince's remains has returned to the atrium for display to the public.
'We've Had Enough': Twin Cities Reggae Musicians Join Forces For Song About Racial InjusticeMusicians in the Twin Cities reggae community have come together to make a music video calling for social justice.
Unreleased Prince Album From 2010, Focusing On Social Justice, To Be Released In July"Welcome 2 America" is said to deal directly with racial inequality and social justice, and includes nods to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Fewer Than Half Feel Comfortable Returning To Movie TheatersMore theaters are opening their doors to moviegoers and studios are eager to finally release big blockbusters, but are people ready to return?