Kids on bus express feelings with a mural

  • Article by: JIM FOTI , Star Tribune
  • Updated: August 1, 2008 - 9:01 PM

The mural adorns the Intermedia Arts building on Lyndale Avenue just south of 28th Street in Minneapolis

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scottyj520Aug. 1, 08 1:57 PM

If the mural described in the story were the one pictured

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nomordemsAug. 1, 08 2:01 PM

Is it there and I just don't see it? If not, I wonder why not.

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securpoAug. 1, 08 2:04 PM

It's nice that there is a picture of the 13th and Lake mural, but it's not the main one described.

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Brentar26Aug. 1, 08 2:13 PM

Yeah its great that all this unity is happening to the communities all around us, but apparently none of that unity includes America which is sad on many levels!

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Ktlyne24Aug. 1, 08 2:17 PM

Before posting comments, please. Both murals are referenced. They simply chose to show the non-Intermedia Arts one as the image.

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gusmuster1Aug. 1, 08 2:28 PM

Hey the Twins won yesterday! at least thats not OLD NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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amanda7604Aug. 1, 08 3:07 PM

Its about these kids and what that event symbolizes in their lives and how it has affected them. They arent thinking about it on a national level they are thinking about their families, friends and communities. Why do you feel the need to put do the work of obviously talented children and teens, you should be ashamed of yourself.

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amanda7604Aug. 1, 08 3:20 PM

Its about these kids and what that event symbolizes in their lives and how it has affected them. They arent thinking about it on a national level they are thinking about their families, friends and communities. Why do you feel the need to put down the work of obviously talented children and teens, you should be ashamed of yourself.

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bhdanielsAug. 1, 08 3:52 PM

What a beautiful mural. And yes, what talented young people! Were they artists prior to the bridge collapse? They sure are artists now! And by the way, there is no requirement that art must include the flag of the country in which the artists live or work. I thought that only totalitarian regimes would make such demands. Anyway, kudos to the youth and to the adults who worked with them on these projects. I wish them the brightest of futures and I hope the community continues to nourish their talents and support their highest aspirations.

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kent426Aug. 1, 08 5:05 PM

New York state has permanent cast iron markers at sites of significant historic events--of course the house of Harriet Tubman and Old Fort Niagara, but also events and places not as well known but meriting being remembered and pointed out to present and future generations. That bridge disaster merits permanent remembrances, not only for lives changed, lives lost, but as a gentle warning that vigilance (and dollars) are needed lest another community suffer a loss such as your region did a year ago.

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