This weekend, celebrate all the fashion, creatives and music that makes Minneapolis great with annual variety show I AM MPLS! — not to mention a ton of other great art, music and performances this weekend.
Though still hyperbolic and feeling like a 165-minute video game, “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” marks a huge improvement for Peter Jackson’s three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved novel.
Ahhhh, the yearly top ten list. That moment that music critics wait for all year long — tallying, keeping track carefully, waiting for the moment they can spring their glorious creation upon a waiting populous. This, my friends, is ours. Enjoy, and may it find you well.
In this week’s The Culturator, I AM MPLS! creator, Sarah Edwards, chats about what this year’s event will entail, lists her “top ten” reasons you should be excited for I AM MPLS!, plus gives a few shout-outs to local boutiques she dubs “soulful” fashion spots.
Hanukkah is over and we’re already halfway through the Christmas shopping season, but we’re still right in the middle of prime holiday party season. Beth Hammarlund helps you get dressed.
This week, holiday art and jewelry markets commandeer the shopping scene. Also in store, sales at Bluemercury, Juut, Henri Bendel, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean provides a handy guide to some of the more prominent subscription and try-at-home grooming and clothing services to help you find the one that best fits your style needs.
Let l’etoile plan your weekend! Peep our weekend guide for the best in local happenings this week.
Throughout December, the Trylon features “The Underrated Stanley Kubrick”: “Paths of Glory,” “Killer’s Kiss,” “Fear and Desire,” “Barry Lyndon,” and “Lolita.”
In this installment, Todd previews the 2013 British Arrow Awards at The Walker this weekend and why they matter.
Music writer Jon Hunt writes about fellow music writer Jim Walsh, whose new book, “The Replacements: Waxed Up Hair and Painted Shoes” has just come out.
Pantyhose. They’re not just for your mom and grandmother anymore.
This week, the American Swedish Institute brings the spirit of the season alive with a traditional Nordic Christmas market. Also in store, A MANO’s pop-up at Forage, an open studio sale featuring three local furniture and home accessory makers, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean picks up on the season’s celebration of all things quilted with key pieces to keep your cold weather looks fresh.
Poliça plays their first hometown show since releasing their sophomore effort “Shulamith” in October — and they’re joined by friends and fellow locals, experimental noise band Marijuana Deathsquads.
This weekend, things kick off early — thanks to Thanksgiving! That means tons of Thanksgiving Eve parties tonight, and tons of activities to ward off your food hangover during the weekend.
This past Thursday we hit up the MCAD Art Sale — and bring you a few of our favorite emerging artist discoveries.
It’s another Record Store Day, which means another blast of super-cool vinyl for you to get your sweaty hands on. But you can’t tell the players without a program — so here’s a handy-dandy guide you can print out and bring along!
The Culturator talks Americana and tattoo history with Jason Walstrom of Sea Wolf Tattoo and Nate Vincent Szklarski of Monster Ink. The guys give shout-outs to their favorite iconoclastic tattoo artists and comment on social media’s role in tattoo acceptance.
Local designer Caroline Hayden debuts her spring/summer 2014 lookbook, full of romantic looks inspired by the Summer of Love.
In this weekend of high-powered shopping, we’re taking a moment to honor the underdog: Small Business Saturday. Also in store, a round up of some of the best local Black Friday hot-spots for your consideration.
The Rogue Epicurean chats with the Minneapolis Institute of Arts about their collaboration with American-manufactured mobile market Northern Grade and explores the evolving role of the modern museum as a community space.
Well, at long last, it’s here — the 50th Anniversary Special of “Doctor Who,” and it’s (as the Ninth Doctor would say) FanTAStic!
The dramatized retelling of the creation of Doctor Who is a lovingly accurate tribute.
This weekend, get your fill of art in all its forms – visual, performance, film and audio. Read on for all the art, music, performance and nightlife you can handle!
Ever since that Miley Cyrus performance, Jon Hunt is — different. More cynical. Darker. Almost like that performance broke his brain. Read his latest “I Listen To The Top 20,” to see what we mean.
A capsule collection of Twin Peaks-inspired clothing has the fashion blogosphere buzzing. Beth Hammarlund reviews the line and shares her tips on incorporating Twin Peaks trends into your wardrobe.
This week, Minneapolis’s newest shop, Pharmacie, takes the spotlight. Also in store, the MCAD art sale, Northern Grade’s pop-up at MIA, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean helps simplify your Thanksgiving wine choices by focusing on the wines of France’s Rhone Valley for food friendly pairings.