This summer, hip-hop witnessed the return of being outside after quarantining due to the COVID-19 pandemic last year. The last three months gave fans a chance to enjoy huge group gatherings at concert venues and music festivals with COVID-19 protocols or mkore intimate gatherings like backyard barbecues. During this time,
The Star Tribune Editorial Board recently highlighted much-needed efforts to diversify Minnesota’s teaching force (“Adding diversity to state teaching ranks,” March 8). But a proposed piece of legislation, HF 1376, threatens to undermine that important work.
This bill would drastically change the existing tiered licensure system, eliminating a pathway
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Traditional folk can spring artists into unusual places. Ainsley Hamill began her career in Glasgow folk group Barluath, wrapping her plush, muscular vocals around Gaelic, Scots and English language traditionals, but she begins Not Just Ship Land sounding like last year’s avant-garde newcomer Keeley Forsyth. “Saltwater and city fill