Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts is housed in the Banfill Tavern, a Greek Revival building built in 1847 along the banks of the Mississippi River where it runs through Fridley. Rumors and evidence of paranormal activity are prevalent in this historic site.
Growing up struggling with depression and anxiety, dark days and fearful nights outlined the battleground for a young Eric Gordon.
Members of Blaine Art Council invite artists of all ages and working with all mediums to submit their artwork for exhibit during the 2014 International Bazaar: Art Depicting the Many Cultures of Our Community.
Chad Corrie’s roots sink deeply into the soil of Spring Lake Park. He was born at Unity Hospital, went to grade school in Spring Lake Park and lives there even now.
The community is invited to visit Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts 7:30 p.m. Aug. 8 to hear stories and poetry from Gwen Westerman and Glenn Wasicuna as part of this year’s Dirty Hands Reading Series.