Get more of your couture fix here with Beth Hammarlund’s round-ups of Valentino, Schiaparelli, Alexis Mabille, and Vionnet.
This weekend we welcome back local music heroes Poliça for City Pages’ second annual 10,000 Sounds Festival, also featuring some other promising local up-and-comers.
This week in The Shopping List, Velvet Moon reveals new pop up shop schedule, Bella Boutique hosts an accessories workshop, tons of summer sales continue, and more.
This week, something actually, legitimately new — this is, as our erstwhile critic says, some “next level shit;” the second album by Australian rockers Closure In Moscow. He’s calling it the “most interesting record he’s heard this year” — what do you guys think?
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Continuing his examination of classic television shows, Todd O’Dowd looks at two animated shows that forever altered primetime television landscape.
In this special review, Susan Woehrle takes in Shadow Horse Theatre’s compelling production of horror icon Clive Barker’s rarely-produced play.
This week is a busy one with Canterbury Park hosting zoo racing animals on Saturday followed by the longstanding Vans Warped Tour on Sunday. Additionally, the weekend also plays host to a few fashion events, a variety of art showings, quite a few theatre openings and closings, screenings of two iconic films, and a pair of concerts for the classic rock bucket list.
Beth Hammarlund reviews Christian Dior, Chanel, Giambattista Valli, and Elie Saab in the first of her Fall Couture 2014 wrap-ups.
Niles looks back at the ultimate anti-summer movie with an in-depth analysis of Stanley Kubrick’s sexual drama “Eyes Wide Shut,” released 15 years ago today.
Featuring a series of brief capsule reviews — a great way to address claims of “long-windedness” for our erstwhile critic and tackle the ten thousand backlogged reviews all in one shot! Enjoy!
This week in The Shopping List, food and fashion pair perfectly at FGI’s Network + Connect: Culinary Fashion presentation, Hot Mama changes its name to Evereve, A MANO holds a trunk show, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean finds stylish backpacks and messenger bags for a functional active commute.
Our Mike Jones took in the free concert by an 8 year old on his porch that became a viral sensation.
A brief overview of CONvergence, the Midwest’s largest sci-fi and fantasy convention, with a photo gallery!
This week we prepare for the MLB All-Star game with a variety of art exhibits, concerts and comedy shows. We also welcome back the Basilica Block Party for its 20th anniversary! Read on for the best of what’s happening this weekend.
In anticipation of Friday’s Opening Party for new record-slash-book-slash-poster shop, Dead Media, The Culturator’s Juleana Enright chats with co-owner, Paul Dickinson about the experience locals can get from the new store and the concept of “dead media.”
The 2014 Emmy Awards nominees were announced. Herein are our reactions (including who is missing).
Freaked out by Botox? Guffawing at the price of expensive skin creams? Beth Hammarlund recommends this good old-fashioned wrinkle-fighting product that’s been around for over a century.
We’re going to talk a little bit about the giant, ugly elephant in the room — the decreasing influence of black music on radio and the popular charts. This, folks, is terrible. We should probably figure out why it’s happening (Spoiler: RACISM).
This week in The Shopping List, Tess + Tricia hold a trunk show at Kisa Boutique, the MLB All-Star Week holds Fields of Fashion, Madewell hosts local artist Ashley Barlow, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean showcases lightweight knits that show Summer sweater is not an oxymoron.
In this special report, we look at the importance of the Sailor Moon franchise on fandom and review the debut episode of the rebooted new series.
Our guide to continuing Twin Cities art exhibits, as recommended by l’étoile’s staff.
This week, the weekend kicks off early thanks to everyone’s favorite summer holiday, the 4th of July! Read on for all the best dance parties, live local music shows, annual nerd fest CONvergence, and even a fireworks roundup.
The Culturator catches up with local fashion blogger, thrifting maven and zine founder, Holly Hilgenberg to chat about her fashionable new project Double Peace Studio, this weekend’s summer vinyl and vintage sale with Yeti Records, the thrill of thrifting and the vintage fashion scene in MPLS.
Continuing his look at classic influential shows, Todd takes a look at the work of MTM Enterprises and its namesake show.
Three straight-up unbelievable local records this week, including my first “BEST OF THE YEAR” candidate from Leisure Birds, a forward-thinking album from Allan Kingdom, and a magnificent EP from Frankie Teardrop.
In the wake of The Craft debuting on Netflix, Beth looks at ways of adding that old black magic to your summer wardrobe.