With temperatures rising in the Twin Cities, this weekend is the perfect time to get out and explore the diverse events happening around the area.
The new “Ghostbusters” mostly dances to its own beat rather than pandering by syncing up to its classic brand. What emerges is a solidly cast Paul Feig comedy.
From musical tributes to art exhibits to obscure dance parties, this weekend will surely keep you occupied in one way or another.
You probably haven’t even recovered from Pride yet, but the Fourth of July weekend is already upon us. Get ready to get your America on!
With Pride season in full force, you can celebrate this weekend with dance parties, drag shows and much, much more.
With Rock the Garden, the Stone Arch Bridge Festival and a flurry of other shows, this weekend is packed to the brim with great live music.
A hot, hot song premiere from Dream On Nilsson, our local Nilsson interpreters, and you heard it here first, folks: an astounding version of Nilsson’s seminal “Gotta Get Up”
From an all-night arts festival to music tributes to dance parties — this weekend’s lineup will surely leave you exhausted.
From movies, music and theater to biking, literature and visual art — this weekend has plenty of unique and exciting events going on in the Twin Cities.
Walking Shadow Theatre Company achieves a theatrical miracle with its area premiere of Lucas Hnath’s modern day morality play.
Summer in the Twin Cities starts now with a can’t-miss list of events, parties, block parties, and more! Oh, and there’s this little festival called Soundset…
Theatre Coup d’État triumphs with a hauntingly beautiful and viscerally painful production of Tennessee Williams’ iconic play.
An overview of Walking Shadow’s stellar production of “The Christians,” at the Mixed Blood Theater, alongside Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s “The Book of Mormon,” currently at the Orpheum, which in tandem dig into a contemporary American spiritual crisis.
Whether you’re running to the eye of the artistic storm that is Art-A-Whirl, or trying to escape from Nordeast, we have the list of the must-see events of this busy weekend!
As the Twin Cities gears up for the upcoming summer, the town celebrates with a host of can’t-miss events.
Minnesota Opera ends its 2015-16 season in triumph with the world premiere of the fantastic and terrifying operatic adaptation of Stephen King’s iconic horror novel.
As spring hits its stride and temperatures start to (finally) rise, this weekend features plenty of events to help you get out and explore the Twin Cities.
This weekend Minneapolis-St. Paul hosts a variety of visual arts, tributes and outdoor gigs — all with an underlying purple hue.
In light of the recent tragedy, the Twin Cities rallies with a slew of can’t miss events this weekend.
The multi-Grammy winning Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member was found dead at his studio / home this morning.
Beth Hammarlund reviews the FWMN presentation of Joynoëlle’s Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear collection.
Back at it in the local fashion scene, the much beloved Luci Kandler was spot on with her space explosion inspired collection at her Fashion Week MN event at Blockfort Studios on Sunday.
Beth Hammarlund reviews the excellent looks from Envision Spring 2016.
Between Record Store Day 2016, tribute shows and album releases, this weekend will be very music-heavy across Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Tomorrow night at the Turf Club: DREAM ON NILSSON, a great new band that’s a tribute to the genius of Harry Nilsson. Who was Harry Nilsson, you ask? Let us tell you.
This week’s challenge saw the remaining seven queens (and a few friends) go Over The Rainbow with a reading-inspired challenge.
Spring returns to the Twin Cities with a bang as Fashion Week MN and the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival both sashay back onto the scene.
New Epic Theater takes a huge artistic risk with its presentation of “The Normal Heart” and “Coriolanus” in repertory.
The most beloved challenge in the show’s history leads to one of the weakest episodes in the season.