Editor's Pick: New Jerusalem

An intense moral inquiry unfolds when the Sephardic Jews of Spain and Portugal accuse one of their own of atheism after fleeing to Amsterdam.

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No Turning Back: Warren Miller Premier 2014

The latest from alpine-obsessed filmmaker Warren Miller premieres at the State Theater, and this year it happens to feature a Minnesota native.

Film | State Theatre

Surly Brewing Darkness Day

Surly hosts their annual Darkness Day to celebrate the launch of their Russian Imperial Stout, Darkness, for the very last time in their Brooklyn Center home.

Food & Drink | Surly Brewing

Lowertown Boos Crawl

The 7th annual Boos Crawl kicks off at Union Depot and tours Lowertown haunts.

Special Events | Union Depot

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New Jerusalem

Theater | Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company

1984

Theater | Intermedia Arts

On the Way to Timbuktu

Theater | Penumbra Theatre

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Bad Bad Hats & Har-di-Har

Music | The Soap Factory

Trouble Every Day

Film | Trylon Microcinema

New Jerusalem

Theater | Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company

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Trouble Every Day

Film | Trylon Microcinema

New Jerusalem

Theater | Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company

Make it New, Again: Collecting History

Benefits & Fundraisers | Minneapolis Institute of Arts

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