Who The Folk?! Michelle Horovitz


Being part of community gathering spaces has long been at the center of Michelle Horovitz’s professional life. And her newest venture is no different. Horovitz is the co-founder of Forma, […]

Parenting Goals


When you become a parent, you naturally fast-forward in your mind to what kind of person your child will eventually become. You have hopes and dreams and aspirations for your […]

Who The Folk?! David Sherman


When he made a career shift to a professional photographer, David Sherman thought he’d take family portraits. While he did that, he has also taken pictures of some of the […]

Who The Folk?! Phil Raskin


Phil Raskin thought he was taking a blow-off class at St. Louis Park High School when he picked pottery. Instead, he found a pathway to a career. Raskin, a ceramic […]

Who The Folk?! Robert Dorfman


Robert Dorfman has acted for some of the undisputed greats of American theater. But his newest undertaking marks a transition from the stage to a “power broker” role that could […]

Robyn Awend Named As New Executive Director Of Rimon


Following a months-long national search, Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council has announced Robyn Awend will serve as its new Executive Director, to start on August 8, 2022. She succeeds […]

Jewish Song of the Week: ‘Some Houses’ by Billy Jonas Band


Do you ever just stop and think about what things are made out of and where it all comes from? My dear friend Billy Jonas did, and it led him […]

Jewish Song of the Week: ‘Stand Up’ by Chava Mirel


One of the BEST things about summer is getting lots of quality time outdoors to appreciate the magnificent world around us. We also have a responsibility to make sure future […]