With an unseasonably warm end to January, the Twin Cities offers plenty of great events to take advantage of the great weather!
The Jungle Theater kicks off its twenty-fifth anniversary season with a thrilling remount of its most acclaimed production.
Halleloo! Miss RuPaul’s School for Wayward Girls re-opens its doors March 2.
In his column, Jon Hunt weighs in on the firing of Barb Abney from The Current.
This week in The Shopping List, Nobel Creations: Inspired by the Nobel Prize opens in its American debut at ASI, Rewind and B. Resale hold mid-winter sales, Black Spoke Leather Co. launches, and more.
Everyone at the house that Lord Crawley built has gone lovesick! Literally!
This weekend is full of an eclectic array of events that will take you to art galleries, theaters, concerts, and even the great outdoors!
A couple start-of-the-year reviews from the first batch of new albums, including the newest by Belle and Sebastian and the fourth album by über-producer Mark Ronson. 2015 is off and running, folks!
Vogue wants to make Dakota Johnson a star. Really badly. In String Theory, Beth Hammarlund discusses just how they plan to do this.
This week in The Shopping List, Hackwith Design House launches a new swimwear line with all bodies in mind, the Art Outlet returns with the help of Omforme, Cliche’s Friends and Family event, and more.
Based on this weekend’s brimming schedule of events, 2015 is shaping up to be a phenomenal year across the Twin Cities.
When Steely Dan were announced as major players at Coachella, there were some voices of “WHAT THE HOLY HELL?” from folks who maybe didn’t know the Dan as well as they should. We’re here to help.
This week in The Shopping List, we check out new Mavenhaus Collective’s January designer proposals, Gumball Collective hosts a women’s clothing swap, top notch menswear clearance sales ensue, and more.
This episode is brought to you by the letters on everyone’s minds at Downton: S, E, and X
Even when temperatures dip below zero, events throughout the area continue with fervor. Read on for all of the exciting events this weekend that can help keep you warm.
Todd O’Dowd takes in the compelling debut of the new hip-hop soap opera.
A primer to the works of Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, your new favorite country/psych/sunshine/pop group from the late ’60s. Chances are you’ve never heard of ‘em — now’s your chance!
This week in The Shopping List, Wind and Willow Home launches a stellar new collection, Grethen House is making house calls, winter clearance sales continue, and more.
The Crawley clan and their legion of servants returns in a strong season opener
Start 2015 off right with a brace of great events throughout the Twin Cities!
Whether you’re looking to laugh, dance or get wild to cap 2014 this Wednesday, the Twin Cities scene has your New Year’s Eve celebratory needs covered.
Allison Shilinski reviews the opening of the new sister venue of Psycho Suzi’s and Donny Dirk’s; complete with mini-golf course and mechanical tree!
In a special holiday edition of The Shopping List, take advantage of 25+ post-Christmas sales during one of the deepest discount times of the year, and check back as we add more throughout the week.
A lot of venues throughout the Twin Cities have their own longstanding holiday traditions, so if you need some time away from the in-laws this week, be sure to check out our list of What’s What over the holidays.
This week in The Shopping List, Proper & Prim holds a Pre New Year’s Eve sale, shop massive discounts the day after Christmas, fall markdown sales, and more.
l’étoile presents its list of the best people, events, and things in the Twin Cities in 2014!
In his column, Todd O’Dowd offers up some great last-minute gift ideas (namely books) for the television fan in your life.
Events this weekend include a few sublime visual art showings, numerous theater finales, and plenty of holiday inspired events to close out the waning weeks of 2014.
It’s always a struggle to whittle my best-of list down to just ten items. So I didn’t — I came up with a perfect eleven. From D’Angelo to Closure In Moscow to Future Islands, this has been one hell of a year, and here’s the best of the best.