The Rogue Epicurean gets you ready for the cold winter months with warming and nourishing bone broth for immunity and comfort.
It might be beginning to look a lot like Christmas, but there are plenty of events in the Twin Cities this weekend if you’re not ready for the holiday spirit.
The Jungle Theater and Theatre Coup d’Etat serve up different courses of theatrical comfort food.
This week: all about Ol’ Blue Eyes. Frank’s star has tarnished over the years, with far too many people thinking he’s a kind of cheesy, schticky lounge singer. Not so, folks. Here’s an argument for Frank as pure artist, and one of the best interpreters of songs of the last century.
The Rogue Epicurean helps you navigate the trickiest wine paring of the year, the Thanksgiving feast.
This week in The Shopping List, Hardt Jewelry celebrates their new line with a launch party, it’s Italian Style Third Thursday at the MIA, Askov Finlayson and Walker Art Center team up, and more.
In honor of their 25th Anniversary celebration, Juleana chats with The Soap Factory’s Executive Director Ben Heywood ,for an in-depth look into its unique history and its vision of engaging artist and viewer in consumable art.
The Soap Factory’s 25th anniversary, the Charlie Awards, the 15th annual Sound Unseen Festival, and the 40th annual return of Scrooge to the Guthrie are among what’s what for this snowy weekend.
In honor of the sixth annual Give To The May Day, we have a public service announcement.
A charming production and brilliant cast give the kiss of life to this remount of the New York-bound musical revue.
A review, and a largely favorable one, of the new Pink Floyd album “The Endless River.” This, folks, is a “headphone record.” Remember those? Turn on the black light, sit back on your beanbag, and enjoy.
In this week’s String Theory, Beth Hammarlund takes a walk through the MIA’s current exhibit, Italian Style: Fashion Since 1945. She almost fainted when she got to the Valentino, so this column was brought to you at great personal risk.
The dead are returning in an emotionally complex and satisfying end to the season.
This week in The Shopping List, Carrier Pigeon’s new Objects collection builds anticipation, Northern Grade returns to its roots, Artisan Revival at the Minneapolis Club, and more.
A spotlight on Jim Brunzell, back in Minnesota this November to program the Twin Cities’ celebrated fusion of music and movies, Sound Unseen, now in its 15th year.
Amidst the whirlwind of visual arts events happening this weekend, the Twin Cities also hosts the Moth, the area’s first donut crawl, Bob Dylan’s return to the Orpheum, and much more.
In this week’s edition, Juleana Enright chats with Robert Frost of queer performance partnership, Frosty Bob and J’s Summer Camp, to get the deets on Saturday’s tribute show, “Stay Where You F***ing Are: A Tribute to Elaine Stritch,” plus gain a little insight on the Stritch appeal.
Two phenomenal local albums this week — the full-length from Sun Gods to Gamma Rays (even better than the EP!) and the latest from studio gods The Great Depression, who make amazing albums once every two hundred years or so. Killer!
Jean-Luc Godard’s 3-D marvel “Goodbye to Language,” a glowing and provocative cinema essay on technology and history, screens this weekend at the Walker Art Center cinema.
This week in The Shopping List, Cliche celebrates their ten year anniversary, Wind and Willow Home holds an open house, grand openings, and tons of new names.
The Rogue Epicurean helps you find versatile and rugged boots that will take you through the fall season in style.
The Muller Family Theaters Willow Creek Cinema in Plymouth is one of only 10 standard theaters in the country to be projecting Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” in mostly obsolete 70mm film, and the only one in the Midwest.
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The penultimate episode of the season is loaded with death, betrayal, and more. Not to mention the return of a classic Doctor Who villain or two.
Halloween will bleed into nearly every bar, venue and gallery this weekend, so brace yourselves for a weekend of frightening festivities for characters of all types!
Wait — she’s what? Yeah. She’s the Beatles. Her new album 1989 is magnificent, there’s a point to be made, so listen up, okay?
In this week’s String Theory, Beth Hammarlund discusses the significance of the bias cut and laments the decline of sewing as a hobby.
This week in The Shopping List, watch for new local goodies at online retailers Ship & Shape and A MANO, a launch at B. Resale, Jewelry Artist Mart at the Walker, spooky jewelry editor’s picks, and more.
The Walker Art Center’s Derek Jarman series concludes this Wednesday evening with a screening of his audacious final film, “Blue.”