Nora McInerny Purmort

Still Kickin

How with a wink, a laugh, and just the right amount of crying, Nora McInerny Purmort wrote her way through the worst the world could have thrown at her.

by Chuck Terhark

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The House of Blue Leaves

A songwriter with Hollywood dreams hopes a papal blessing will help his career.

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Pedal4Parity Party

K'UL, Koochella, and Orion kick off bike season with a party and a screening of Half the Road, a documentary about gender disparities in cycling.

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Mark Schoening: Shape Shifter

Common ideas and gestures are codified infinitely by Minneapolis-native artist, Mark Schoening.

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The House of Blue Leaves

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Mark Schoening: Shape Shifter

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