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.”
A dip into a fairy-tale scenario turns the penultimate episode of the season into a slightly off affair.
The Rogue Epicurean encourages you to give rabbit a chance this Fall, with resturant dishes to try and suggestions on how to prepare at home.
With Halloween approaching, there are many spooky spectacles to choose from throughout the area, as well as plenty of events on the other end of the spectrum to balance out your fall weekend.
A perverse amalgamation for you: a review of Scott Walker and Sunn 0)))’s new collaboration that also wraps in a review of the new piece of garbage by Florida Georgia Line. Plus: Billy Idol’s latest and a nifty 45s collection by the Turtles, a band you should get to know if you don’t already.
Derek Jarman’s “Wittgenstein,” a playful biopic of the influential 20th century philosopher, screens Wednesday October 22 at the Walker Art Center.
Yesterday, iconic designer Oscar de la Renta passed away at 82 years of age. In this week’s String Theory, Beth Hammarlund remembers the legend.
This week in The Shopping List, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts brings Italian Style to Minneapolis like never before, Emma Berg e-shop launch, Celebrity Lip Sync for Smiles, and more.
Celebrate the changing seasons with woodsy, complex, and fuss free roll-on fragrance oils perfect for the Fall and Winter to come.
in this stand-out episode, Clara Oswald becomes the Doctor. This is not a good thing, historically speaking.
From the Walker’s 75th anniversary, to the season debut of the MN Roller Girls, to the 5th annual Twin Cities Film Fest, the weekend is packed with a myriad arts, entertainment, and music events.
With the announced return of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s cult TV classic “Twin Peaks,” Niles considers the legacy of the show and speculates what the return means.
A whole smack-load of reviews including a couple of great local bands (Person and the People, Deep Pool), a returning champion (the Church), a weird left-field guilty pleasure (Pentatonix), a piece of crap from Foxygen, and TAYLOR DAMN SWIFT.
This week in The Shopping List, a designer to watch, L.SHOFF, opens a showroom in Northeast, Hotrocity has a launch party, pink events, and more.
The Walker Art Center’s Derek Jarman retrospective continues Wednesday with “The Angelic Conversation.”
The Rogue Epicurean helps you find the perfect house wine for Autumn with tasty and affordable picks from the Côtes du Rhône.
A glamorous train ride becomes the last hurrah for The Doctor and Clara. Or is it?
This weekend marks the return of the Zombie Pub Crawl, the Twin Cities Book Festival, and the annual Tweed Ride, among many arts, theater, and music events going on throughout the area.
For this week’s issue, I caught up with fine artist and interior designer, Jay Nuhring, to chat about the idea behind his pop-up gallery, the artistic process behind his recycled billboard art and what attendees can expect from the upcoming 3-day exhibition.
A month-long Wednesday night retrospective on late iconoclastic filmmaker Derek Jarman begins tonight, October 8, at the Walker Art Center with his punk classic “Jubilee,” in addition to his short music promos for Marianne Faithful’s “Broken English” and The Smiths’ “The Queen is Dead.”
A couple of reviews this week — the excellent new album from Johnny Marr (just one year after his last one!) and a pair of groundbreaking records from the hip-hop world from Flying Lotus and Souls of Mischief feat. Adrian Younge.
It’s official: John Galliano is taking the helm at Maison Martin Margiela. In this week’s String Theory, Beth Hammarlund discusses the weirdest news in recent fashion history.
This week in The Shopping List, Amanda Christine launches a highly anticipated collection, store openings and expansions, tons of sales on sweaters and throws, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean suggests warming and easy vegetarian stews for chilly Autumn nights.
A crisis on the moon, an ethical dilemma, and Clara finally loses it in this game-changing episode.