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  Full disclosure: As I age, and even beforehand, I’m not always the fastest on the take. When the first volume of  the “Jazz Is Dead” series was released last year, I struggled with the billing and nomenclature. In my defense, it arrived at the peak of stay at home, and precious little was offered...
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Supporting your student during times of stress and change Health Services > School Based Clinics > Supporting your student during times of stress and change From Minneapolis Public Schools Health resources Reflections from Superintendent Ed Graff On the anniversary of the killing of George Floyd, and as our community struggles with the trauma of children taken by gun violence,...
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What seems like decades ago but was only a few years, producer and pop craftsman Don Was, of Detroit, seized the reins at the House Of Blue Note records. For anybody who showed consternation at the time, and there were a few pundits, Was immediately showed himself to be both reverent steward and a bold...
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    “Transformation is the highest expression of change.” Apt words from composer, reed man and Jazz At Lincoln Center mainstay Ted Nash when he was asked to distill his new release for Tiger Turn records. Indeed, transformation has been the bye-word for the past year  for reasons I need not explain. As it applies...
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  Anoka-based singer/songwriter Betty Danger released her fist full length cd “Enigma” this week. Recorded completely at home, it’s self-produced and entirely original material. Betty describes herself as “Outlaw Folk.” She breaks it down better than I can, and she plays live as well.     Expect to hear Betty Danger and many other local...
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