Cultivating Connections with Our Local Global Marketplaces

Flowers for sale at the St. Paul Farmers' MarketPublished at Twin Cities Runoff

On a sunny Saturday morning in downtown St. Paul, hooves clacked against the pavement and metal-rimmed wheels rattled as the horse-drawn wagon transported us from our parking space underneath nearby Highway 52, with the roar of trucks overhead and the greasy smell of diesel engines, to an agricultural bonanza in the heart of the city. Beneath the St. Paul Farmers’ Market’s awnings at the corner of Fifth and Wall Streets were tables laden with the bright colors of a Minnesota spring …

Read the full article at Twin Cities Runoff magazine.

Twin Cities Daily Planet’s Review of Fringe Festival Preview

The Twin Cities Daily Planet printed a flattering write-up about my upcoming Minnesota Fringe Festival show in the Twin Cities Daily Planet. The reviewer, phillip andrew bennett low, attended the showcase last Wednesday at Kieran’s. Thank you!

Phillip has his own Fringe show coming up–Camelot is Crumbling–which I have seen before and highly recommend.

If you missed the showcase, you can see another preview Monday, July 18, at 7:30 at the Mixed Blood Theater in Minneapolis. “Camelot is Crumbling” will be previewed in the same showcase.

You can view my show information for “The Magnificent Story of St. Marlene’s Marvelous Moonshine” at the Fringe website, and also make a list of all the shows you want to see–over 160 shows!–and purchase advance tickets online.