LUNAFEST is Wednesday night at the Riverview Theater in Minneapolis. It's a traveling film festival by, for and about women. Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins is the Honorary LUNAFEST Chairwoman and she joined us Tuesday. (3:26) WCCO 4 News At Noon – April 23, 2019

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