This last couple weeks has been just awful. Just plain — god. TERRIBLE. What the hell do you do when even music can’t fix your problems? I’m not even sure. But let’s talk about it.
The events going on throughout the area over this long weekend leave us with a lot to be thankful for (and plenty of excuses to escape your extended family).
The best film opening this holiday weekend is Ryan Coogler’s “Creed,” an unexpectedly effective crowd-pleaser that builds atop the “Rocky” saga while revising it.
With the holidays quickly approaching, this weekend offers the opportunity to both embrace the festive spirit and put it on hold for a little while longer.
BOOM, here it is — best local album of the year, a masterpiece from Greycoats coming along near the end of the year. I’d hoped they had it in ‘em, and sure enough, they did. You need this now.
This weekend offers you the opportunity to give to the max, expand your precious zine collection and experience a history of music through film, among much more.
In this omnibus review, Todd O’Dowd takes in opening weekend performances from Casting Spells Productions, the Jungle Theater, New Epic Theater, Transatlantic Love Affair, Theatre Coup d’Etat, and Workhaus Collective over the course of six days.
A trio of nifty reviews from here and elsewhere, folks, featuring the latest by 70s stalwarts ELO, an open letter to Jim McGuinn at the Current regarding awesome local band Deleter, and a review of Dan Israel’s most excellent album simply titled “Dan.”
As the leaves continue to fall and we move on from an eventful October, this weekend offers a ton of potential for fans of food, art, live music and more.
The Walker Art Center presents director Todd Haynes in dialogue Friday evening, along with a retrospective of some of his most acclaimed films, including “Far From Heaven,” “Safe,” and “I’m Not There.”
British rock band Uriah Heep just played a massive show in Moscow to rapturous reviews. So how come you haven’t heard of ‘em?
This year’s edition of HallowWhat’s What will save you from handing out candy all weekend with plenty of options for you to get out and show off that costume of yours!
An odd, transitional chart right now. Not as agonizing as the last couple were, for sure, where I was ready to quit music entirely — there are five or six songs on here that I really dug, and oddly, two of ‘em were by Justin Bieber. The re-Bieberizing of the Beebs begins now, and it’s bolstered by some really smart single-making, which is the only way to do it. How […]
This weekend will feature a variety of horrific thrills and seasonal happenings amidst Minneapolis/St. Paul’s mainstay of music, visual arts and theater events.
The killer metal albums keep a-comin’ — here are ten more that came out just in the last couple of months. The genre continues to resurge, we continue to cover it.
Even if crawling around like a brainless zombie isn’t exactly your scene, this weekend boasts plenty of wonderful fall events to keep you far and away from the chaos (or deep in the middle if you’re so inclined).
Three great damn albums reviewed this week, including two by original-wave British Invasioners the Zombies and the Pretty Things, plus a delightful and very ambitious album by Katy Vernon.
Autumn is in full swing, and the Twin Cities is rising to the challenge with a weekend full of can’t-miss events!
This weekend the Gamut Gallery opens its new doors, the Haunted Basement its doors and Doomtree channels their wild side.
Envision continues to be the Twin Cities’ best event for top-notch local fashion with their Fall 2015 show. Beth Hammarlund reviews the twelve designers’ collections.
In need of some fall listening? Let us find you some awesome and obscure records you’ve never heard (probably) — ten of ‘em, to be precise!
In this exclusive audio interview, Todd O’Dowd chats with the “new celebrity” and “drag terrorist” about her influences, her art, and her upcoming Minneapolis debut on September 30.
Allison Shilinski reviews FGI Minneapolis & St. Paul’s Fall: Into Luxury fashion showcase and spills the beans on the vintage couture sale of the century.
The second half of the Series 9 opener is a more intimate, and considerably stronger, affair.
With fall officially underway, this weekend brings you plenty of opportunities to enjoy autumn appropriately.
Look folks. I know you’re sick of think pieces about Ryan Adams 1989. So i wrote a NON-THINK-PIECE about it for you. You’re welcome. Also: reviews of the new New Order and the new album by Horisont.
The Southern Theater’s ARTshare program scores with two literary hits: Sandbox Theatre’s elegant “The Little Pilot” and Four Humors Theater’s comedic spin on “Lolita.”
Todd O’Dowd reviews the good and the questionable at this year’s edition of the coveted Twin Cities theatre awards.
In the first half of a two-part season opener, the long-running British sci-fi series looks back at its past (and one of its greatest stories ever) with mixed results.