In the wake of her sold-out Mainroom headlining debut at First Avenue, Anthony Iverson offers an appreciation to the current queen of the Twin Cities music scene.
Despite loads of snow and what’s been deemed “The Big Game,” Minneapolis and St. Paul offer a variety of compelling opportunities for you to get up and get out this weekend.
Oh hey! It’s that time again — time for me to agonizingly churn through the iTunes Top 20 and see if there’s any gold. This week? Not really, but there sure are plenty of cute white YouTubers.
A special week-end bonus edition of We Will Rock You — we take a look at the career of Jefferson Airplane bandleader Paul Kantner. No, he didn’t write “We Built This City.” Yes, he was damn brilliant. Check it out.
End January on a high note with homecoming shows, an epic sweet sixteen party, a super-secret dance party, and more!
On the winds of a highly-anticipated debut, Guthrie Theater artistic director Joseph Haj makes a stunning debut with his gorgeous and entertaining production of “Pericles.”
So you miss David Bowie? Oh my god, you ask, who can I listen to who embodies David Bowie’s experimental spirit but maybe I’m not as familiar with their catalog? Let us help.
From birthdays to takeovers, the Twin Cities is awash with great events this weekend.
A selection of nifty reviews from this post-Bowie-death week, including a masterpiece from Anderson .Paak, a nifty punk salvo from the Last Conspirators and a metal slab from Sweden’s Witchcraft.
Take a look at this weekend’s guide for the latest and greatest in visual arts, theater, residencies, dance nights and album release shows throughout the Twin Cities.
You know what? Here at l’etoile, we refuse to eulogize David Bowie. Instead, we’re gonna do what some terrible clickbait organization will do (but wrongly): rank all his albums as an excuse to listen to ‘em and talk about ‘em some more.
This weekend’s lineup of unique events will help you kick those wintery January blues.
Pairing together 20 films on a Top Ten List of waltzing motion pictures, it’s the 2015 Year in Film.
A trio of local reviews this week — playing catchup with recent albums by Fury Things and Pasadena ’68/Dakota Shakedown, plus looking to the future (the intense future) with Moors Blackmon.
In a bit of surprising (to some) news, the long-time radio fixture joins the Current’s Morning Show starting March 7.
Ring out 2015 and ring in 2016 with some of the most eagerly-awaited events of the year.
If you’re like me, you love morning shows. Even if you don’t — well, you know they exist right? We’ve had some good ones in the Twin Cities over the years — and hopefully we’ll have more, if you get my drift.
l’étoile presents its annual list of the best people, events, and things in the Twin Cities this year!
Adam McKay leaps from farcical comedies to true-life satire with his adaptation of “The Big Short,” a self-congratulating examination of bankers who saw the recent economic collapse looming.
Whatever holiday you’re celebrating this weekend, the Twin Cities will be celebrating them in their own unique ways.
What? FILM? Yeah. Since Niles decided to do a little music writing, I thought “what the heck” — here’s my 10 favorite horror films of 2015. And believe me, I watch a lot of ‘em.
After a 12 year hiatus, local space band Manplanet returns Saturday night to the Triple Rock, and we’ve received some special transmissions from them before they land back on earth.
The Ordway delivers a very traditional take (in the good and bad sense) of the iconic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
Star Wars fanatic or not, this weekend’s list of events offers plenty of opportunities to get excited.
The Star Wars saga continues with J.J. Abrams’ “The Force Awakens,” an effective though all-too-safe mystery box that is so focused on the future that it never quite sees where it is or what it’s doing.
ANOTHER good Prince record? So soon after his last one back in October 2014? Uh huh. And make no mistake, this one might even better that one. It’s good. Like really, really good. Find out how.
Miss Richfield 1981 and Walking Shadow Theatre Company are offering two non-traditional tonics to the Holiday Season.
James Sewell Ballet triumphantly remounts director and choreographer Myron Johnson’s iconic spin on the holiday classic.
Whether you celebrate the Holidays (Christmas, Solstice, Life Day, etc.), or are trying to ignore the holiday season as much as possible, the Twin Cities has plenty of events for you to celebrate this weekend.