Susan Woehrle chats with several prominent Midwestern poets – including Minnesota Poet Laureate Joyce Sutphen and more – about their inclusion in the esteemed local anthology; and being featuried in a reading from it on Monday at Subtext Bookstore
The Twin Cities’ annual LGBTQIA celebration of fabulousity dominates every corner of this weekend. Let us help you figure it all out.
In this exclusive interview, Todd O’Dowd talks to the acclaimed drag queen about her career after “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” her other ventures, and her Twin Cities debut at First Avenue as part of Grown & Sexy Pride.
Change is coming. It has to. There are hints of it in this week’s charts, but oh man oh man will you find some terrible, throwbackily wholesome, sexist retro garbage here. This was tough, folks, but I do it for you.
Todd O’Dowd and Gigi Berry took in the second day of the 2015 edition of The Walker and The Current’s annual music festival; featuring Modest Mouse, Babes In Toyland, Seun Kuti & Egypt ’80, JD McPherson, and The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger
This week in The Shopping List, Rally Cry by Pollen will troubleshoot challenges within the Twin Cities fashion scene, double-header trunk shows at Mona Williams featuring vintage Coach and Liz Oie, Minnehaha Mile shops at Pride, and more.
The 2015 edition of The Walker and The Current’s annual music festival kicked off with The Stand4rd, Lucius, Courtney Barnett, Conor Oberst, and Belle and Sebastian. Gigi Berry and Todd O’Dowd were at the scene.
The iconic 1950s musical gets a new production courtesy of The Ordway.
Shadow Horse Theatre’s eerie psychological thriller “Bug” will captivate and haunt you long after you go home.
The summer heats up with the return of Rock The Garden, the Stone Arch Bridge Festival, art crawls, and various queer-centric events in anticipation for Pride next weekend.
l’étoile and LOL/OMG! is growing and we are looking to add to our all-star staff.
One genre I did not know: 80s metal. I set out to fix that. Here is my odyssey.
This week in The Shopping List, Martinpatrick3 hosts The Bow Tie Shoppe for a special Father’s Day event, Fjällräven opens its flagship store at Mall of America, Stone Arch Bridge Festival, and more.
Among this weekend’s booked schedule of events includes the Twin Cities Donut Crawl, Northern Spark and The Fucking Best Show Ever.
In the wake of the Walker announcing its 2015-26 Performing Arts season, Todd O’Dowd offers up his picks for the most intriguing works of the season.
Oh my god, so many albums to get through, and so little time. Enjoy a few capsule reviews of albums from FFS (Franz Ferdinand and Sparks), The Darkness, Manilla Road, Rich Mattson, Lunar Laughs and Edger.
This week in The Shopping List, B. Resale throws a five year anniversary bash, the boys of Near North Co. celebrate with a launch party, new summer collections by local names, and more.
This weekend’s events are spread out all over Minneapolis/St. Paul and will have you exploring everything from bikes to storytelling to visual arts and more.
With the Stones playing at TCF tonight, we thought it was the perfect time for a nifty little Stones top ten listicle. Music writers love lists. You do too. Read, listen, argue.
This week in The Shopping List, Indigo & Snow releases a lovely new hand dyed collection, Askov Finlayson holds a sunglass sale in time for summer, Artist Market at The White Page, and more.
With summer on the horizon, it might be easy to overlook all of the fantastic events going on, but this weekend offers some sweet gigs that you won’t want to miss.
Two great summer albums for ya — the magnificently authentic outlaw country of Whitey Morgan and the 78s (seriously, cannot be beat) and the deeply trippy, acid-drenched hip-hop of A$AP Rocky, which sees the afro-futuristic underground coming into the mainstream in a big way.
This week in The Shopping List, don’t miss out on the first annual MN Vintage Crawl hosted by Public Functionary, KISA Boutique celebrates some big changes, Golden Rule Collective has a grand opening, and more.
In this review, Todd O’Dowd looks at the trend of revivals this season, including Sandbox Theatre’s revisitation of “War With The Newts” and Frosty Bob and J’s Summer Camp’s remount of “Utopiacopia.”
Memorial Day Weekend features plenty to do outside and kicks off outdoor music season in full force with events like Soundset, the Memory Lanes Block Party, and more
A fine selection of albums this week, folks, including the Monophonics’ The Sound of Sinning (which we’re calling the #2 album of the year so far!), the first album by Minneapolis synth-poppers Strange Names, and a killer album by scene vets Belfast Cowboys.
The final four must face the de rigeur music video challenge (and de rigeur producer manipulation) in this lackluster episode.
This week in The Shopping List, the Minnesota History Center celebrates new exhibit, Inspiring Beauty, with a big bash, Wilson & Willy’s holds a tribute to the Boundary Waters, a Spring Wellness pop up to kick the winter blues, and more.
The acclaimed series ends on a reflective – and controversial – note.