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.
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.
Let us plan your weekend (and Monday!) with tons of music, tons of art, the debut / return of Fashion Week, and the Ivey Awards.
This week: one great local album, a brilliant country-tinged work of considerable brilliance from Sarah Morris, and one — er, quite mixed album from New Romantic gods Duran Duran.
In this preview, Todd O’Dowd looks at the fall television line up and picks out which shows are the most intriguing.
In this special interview, Gigi Berry chats with the acclaimed comedian about his career, his love of music, and his upcoming shows this Wednesday – Friday at the Varsity Theater.
After a thrilling year, Minnesota Orchestra opens their 2015-16 season with a lovely, if tonally-jarring, season opener; enhanced by a thrilling performance by six-time Tony-winner Audra McDonald.
The fall arts season kicks into high gear with must-attend theatre openings, art shows, and tons of great events!
Todd O’Dowd weighs in on the latest change in late night television with the debut of Stephen Colbert’s new show on CBS.
This week’s We Will Rock You: a pair of reviews, featuring Prince’s latest LP and the new album by metal stalwarts Iron Maiden.
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The summer may be ending, but here in the Twin Cities, it’s going out with a bang thanks to some can’t-miss events.
Holy cow: after the nadir in music that was “Bangerz,” how is it possible that Miley Cyrus released a psychedelic gem that’s not only quite beautiful but also quite remarkable? The weirdest album ever released by a mainstream artist? We think so.
The end of summer is nigh with the return of the Minnesota State Fair, the Renaissance Festival, and tons of other great events all over the Twin Cities.
A trio of reviews, including the latest R&B masterpiece in a year full of ‘em by the Weeknd, a great power-pop album by local Jon Herchert aka Dark Pony, and an album by Ghost which proves that there’s some life in the ol’ “costumed entity” schtick.
This week in The Shopping List, get styled for Fashion Week Minnesota at Showroom, Minnesota State Fair shopping, rainy weather picks, and more.
Despite one of our primary music venues closing its doors for rehabilitation this weekend, there are plenty of fantastic events taking place elsewhere throughout Minneapolis/St. Paul.
This week, We Will Rock You is enormously lucky to have spoken with Styx and Brian Wilson drummer Todd Sucherman about life on the road, joining two of America’s best rock bands and Styx’ ongoing, hipster-proof fame. If you know how much I love Styx, you know: this rules.
This week in The Shopping List, Idun hosts a Covered/Uncovered event celebrating female bodies with The Nu Project, the last chance to make it to Northeast Night Market this year, Fifth Element’s annual parking lot sale, and more.
Along with the influx of warm August weather, this weekend also brings with it an array of performances, exhibits, dance parties and more.
A couple of local albums and a couple of local singles this week, including a tremendously amazing single from super-underrated, should-be-queens-of-the-scene trash-punk band L’Assassins. I love them. Can you tell?