||Top 10 South American Adventures
Nov 2, 6pm on TPT Life
Voyage to various Latin American countries including Venezuela, Colombia, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, and Paraguay while climbing mountains and waterfalls, white water rafting, and looking for poisonous snakes. Free, on public television.
||Argentina Wine Dinner
Nov 3, 6 – 10pm
Kitchen Window, Minneapolis
Enjoy a night of wine and cooking of accompanying dishes including provoleta (barbecued cheese) with chimichurri rojo, beef empanadas, locro (a stew with hominy, beans, and smoked pork), and steak with chimichurri verde and papas. $89, participation, reservations required, wine sold separately.
||Tough Trains: Cuba’ Sugar Railroads
Nov 9, 6pm on TPT Life
Twin Cities Public Television Broadcast
Take a trek through Cuba’s historic sugar railroads. In the nineteenth century, Cuba dominated sugar exports and as a result built an expansive infrastructure designed to transport sugar. While traversing across the now shaky railroads, beautiful landscapes and captivating stories are sure to abound. Free.
|Tapas and Paella
Dec 1, 6 – 9:30 pm
Kitchen Window, Minneapolis
Prepare four distinct mouth-watering tapas: manchego croquettes, gambas al romesco (shrimp in pepper and almond sauce), chorizo stuffed dates, and Catalan flat bread. You will also learn the secrets to a delicious chicken and chorizo paella, followed by spiced oranges with sherry and cream, and sangria. $89, party-style participation, reservations required, sangria sold separately.
|Maria García Torres: Illusion Brought Me Here
Oct 25 – Feb 17, 2019
Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis
What is reality? Maria García Torres explores the boundaries between reality and imagination using a multitude of mediums from performance art to sculpture.
|Teatro del Pueblo’s “Coco’s Barrio: Dia de los Muertos”
Nov 1-3, 7:30pm
Nov 4, 2pm
30 E 10th St, St. Paul
Celebrate the Day of the Dead with a new edition of Coco’s Barrio, a satirical bilingual talk show spotlighting Latino life. In this particular episode, Coco and her friend share memories of the loved ones past. $20-16, advance purchase recommended.
|Concert: Dia de los Muertos
Nov 3, 6:30pm – 1am
La Doña Cervecería, Minneapolis
Honor your ancestors at the Festival de las Calaveras’ concert on November 3rd. There is sure to be something for everyone with local and guest bands, spoken word and dance performances, visual arts exhibitions, a taco truck, among other vendors. $12-15 cover.
|Nachito Herrera: Afro-Latin Renaissance
Dec 1, 7:30pm
The Ordway, St. Paul
Enjoy a night of Afro-Cuban jazz, dance, and painting featuring Nachito Herrera, a world-renowned Cuban pianist at the Ordway. Learn more at the Pre-Show extra starting at 6:30pm,, and meet the artists at the Post-Show Mingle with a cash bar. $22-42, advance purchase recommended.
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