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The new documentary Through The Iron Curtain - From Romania makes its world debut on Sunday, Oct. 22nd from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. at a public premiere party to be held at American Swedish Institute (ASI) as part of their 2017 programming theme of “Migration, Identity and Belonging.” The event will be held at their headquarters, located at 2600 Park Avenue, Minneapolis.
Though Through the Iron Curtain tells the Romanian community's story of relocating in Minnesota, but it really is every immigrant’s story. The documentary begins airing on Twin Cities TPT in early November. In addition to the film debut, there will also be an award ceremony during the event. U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar will receive the Friends of Romania award. Minnesota Historical Society Director & CEO D. Stephen Elliott and Bruce Karstatdt, President & CEO of the American Swedish Institute will also be recognized at the event.
RMA Publicity handled PR for the event. Stories have been secured in the Pioneer Press, Minn Post, the Hudson Star Observer and Eden Prairie News. Tickets are still available to the premiere if you wish to attend. They are available at www.ThroughtheIronCurtain.com.
Daniel D. Maurer, author of the recently released book, Endure: The Power of Spiritual Assets for Resilience to Trauma and Stress, appeared on KARE-TV's 4 p.m. newscast in Minneapolis on Oct. 19.
Endure officially launched the evening of Oct. 5 with a very successful signing event at Common Good Books in St. Paul. Maurer spoke, as did Cathy Riley, whose story of survivng a horrifying case of domestic violence is told in the book. Endure also shares the inspirational stories of other individuals who have had to overcome incredible struggles, including the author. They all share one thing in common... they turned to spiritual assets to make it through.
The book has received several favorable reviews, including one from Publisher's Weekly. It reads in part, "Maurer has a gift for shaping the stories, which are presented in first person… His pastoral insight is the book’s strength and will enhance its appeal to readers looking for stories of people who have come through the pain of substance abuse and mental illness to find health and peace in God."
Endure has also been reviewed by Midwest Book Review which says the book, " is highly recommended for spiritual self-help readers interested in both self-inspection and applied religious processes." For more information, go to www.changeisreal.com.
The man whose name is synonymous with furniture in Minnesota, Larry Schneiderman, recently stepped down from running the family business due to his battle with Parkinson's Disease, but his illness isn't slowing him down. Schneiderman is now using his newfound time to follow his passion for writing and recently released his debut novel.
Nobody Knows – What We Sweep Under the Carpet officially launched on Oct. 19 with a party, presentation and book signing event at the Barnes and Noble in Edina, Minn. Fifty-percent of the profits from that evening were donated to the National Parkinson’s Foundation, which had a table at the event.
Schneiderman's novel tells the story of Jake Horton, a man who runs a successful retail empire, but has a deep, dark secret he doesn't want anyone to know. As Jake's battle with Parkinson's Disease begins to drastically affect his quality of life, he reflects back on what he has done, and shares his regrets with readers.
Schneiderman says the only similarities he and Jake have are the character's involvement in retail, and battle with Parkinson's Disease. Otherwise, the story is entirely fiction. The morning of Oct. 10, Schneiderman talked about Nobody Knows - What We Sweep Under the Carpet on the WCCO-TV segment "Minnesotan to Meet." More information is available online at www.larryschneiderman.com/nobody-knows.
October is the month of mystery, and the perfect time to launch a new foodie anthology filled with mystery and intrigue, not to mention recipes that will tantalize the taste buds. Cooked to Death: Volume II – Lying on a Plate features stories written by 15 mystery writers who hail from Minn., N.Y., Calif., and Ore. Each of the stories is accompanied by a recipe.
Some of the recipes included in the book were contributed by the authors. Others came from Twin Cities restaurants Kyatchi, Keys, Crossroads Deli and RandyPie. Editor Rhonda Gilliland contributed two recipes as well.
As its name suggests, Cooked to Death: Volume II – Lying on a Plate is the second book in the mystery series. The first book was published by Nodin Press of Minneapolis. Wise Ink Creative Publishing, also of Minneapolis, published the second book in the series. Both books will be featured at several events this fall and winter.
Cooked to Death: Volume II - Lying on a Plate Events
Edina Art Center – Sat., Oct. 21, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. 4701 W 64th St. Minneapolis, MN 55435
Once Upon A Crime – Sat., Oct. 21, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. 604 W 26th St. Minneapolis, MN 55405
Barnes and Noble Blaine – Sun., Nov. 5, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. 710 County Hwy 1 Blaine, MN 55434
Dakota Co Library – Sat., Nov. 18, Noon – 4 p.m. 14955 Galaxie Avenue, Apple Valley, MN 55124
Fair Trade Books, Fri., Nov. 24, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. 320 Bush. St. Red Wing, MN 55066
Princeton Library, Sat., Dec. 9, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. 100 4th Street S. Princeton, MN 55371
Deep Valley Book Festival, Mankato, Sat., Oct. 7.