Inspired by the gritty stories that fill our daily lives, Coon Rapids resident and author Brenda S. Anderson likes to write stories with challenging themes. Sometimes, story ideas come straight from headline news and Anderson fashions characters and plot lines to present a new perspective.
His rich baritone voice floating through the auditorium air as rose petals gently cascade onto the stage, José Galván ceremoniously expressed deep gratitude to 72 teen-aged singers who lent him their voices during the past year.
Lyric Arts brings “The Red Velvet Cake War” to life on the Main Street Stage May 30 through June 14.
Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the exhibition WARM Small Works, featuring work from their member artists, which will run from May 17 to June 14 at the Banfill-Locke galleries (6666 E. River Rd., Fridley).
Working in a converted 100-year-old barn on his family’s East Bethel farm, Joe Becker sculpts and blows and cuts and grinds glass into one-of-a-kind artwork.