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Norm Mitchell, author, The Hidden One, led Coffee Talk on May 22 at Brookview Center in Golden Valley, Minn. , just in time for Memorial Day.
The novel, inspired by the author's love for history and stories his father told him of the older man's experiences as a serviceman during World Wars I and II, is the story of Ashley Cooper. The tale begins in 1962 after the violent death of Ashley’s lover, Olga, who was also his Russian Lit professor, and a Russian émigré from Paris. Before he has the chance to recover from that tragedy, death strikes again. In 1993 when Ashley’s stepfather, Colonel (David Cooper) dies, Ashley’s stepmother, Ronnie, decides the time has come for him to learn the truth about his identity. It’s a journey he shares with his daughter, Annie, who has recently discovered she has uncanny psychic abilities. Together, they embark on a mission to discover their new family, the mysterious Iskandarovs.
CCX Media sent a crew to the reading and will be airing a story on Memorial Day.
Norm Mitchell retired from a long and successful career as a financial advisor and consultant in 2013. After traveling for a while, he decided the time had come for him to once again work on the novel he had started writing some 20 years prior.
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Out of work, addicted, defeated. These are just some of the conditions that led hundreds of people to a homeless encampment along Franklin and Hiawatha avenues in south Minneapolis during the second half of 2018. But why did they end up there?
The stories of the people who once lived in those tents along a busy highway are now being told in documentary, “The Wall: The Stories of the 2018 Minneapolis Homeless Camp,” filmed and produced by independent journalist Brandon Ferdig of St. Louis Park, Minn. A trailer for the film can be viewed online here.
The film debuted on May 19 at the St. Anthony Main Theatre in Minneapolis. FOX 9 News covered the premiere and aired this story in the 9 o'clock news on May 19. The event was previewed on KARE TV in Minneapolis' 4 p.m. newscast on April 25. In addition, a preview story published in the MN Sun Sailor newspaper on May 9.
A second schowing of the film has been scheduled for June 3. Tickets are available online here. All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to organizations that work with the homeless, and individuals affected by it.