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The documentary "Bring Her Home" helps bring awareness to the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Leya Hale hosted a screening of her documentary at Pioneer Public TV in Granite Falls in early May.
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Buckanaga Social Club is hosting a fashion show at Duluth Coffee Co.'s Roastery on July 21, and was accepted for their second showing at Rise New York Fashion Week in September.
There may be just two more concerts on the Historic Holmes Theatre's spring concert schedule, but that doesn't mean the theater's staff is taking the summer off. Three summer theater camps for children will be held, along with some free theater workshops, art classes and the annual Tuesdays in the Park summer concert series at the City Park.
The mall is looking to expand its residency program; three additional artists sought to participate.

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Luke Hartung, a junior, became the sixth Park Rapids Area High School (PRAHS) student to win the Minnesota Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest.
Luke Hartung, a junior, became the sixth Park Rapids Area High School (PRAHS) student to win the Minnesota Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest.
Kent Estey's show "Hope and Healing" runs through April 30 at the MacRostie Art Center in Grand Rapids.
For decades, Indigenous language speakers have been part of a larger movement for cultural revitalization for tribal communities in Minnesota and across the U.S. As the movement grows so does the need to engage language learners in new ways.
Bidding closed at 8 p.m. Sunday after selling 59 pieces for $99,300 — for an average of $1,683 per piece. Three of the pieces sold for more than $7,500.
The ice palace in Detroit Lakes was demolished by heavy equipment on March 1 following the conclusion of Polar Fest 2022, which ran from Feb. 11 to Feb. 27.

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Denomie’s work was featured in an art biennial in Sao Paulo Brazil in 2019. He was also part of a major show later that year at Minneapolis’ Walker Art Center, “The Expressionist Figure: 100 Years of Modern and Contemporary Drawing.”
White Earth elder is encouraging Native American youth to explore their creativity through theater.
The eight minute, forty-two second "American Pie," still has a lot of fans today. Even my sons and daughter, ages, 24, 21 and 18, who think a lot of my music originated in the Stone Age and should have remained there, recognize and appreciate the lyrics of “American Pie.”

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