You know that thing of when you go through a breakup, and suddenly certain music becomes…like totally untouchable to you? Just totally, utterly ruined? That’s what this week’s column is about. If you’ve been there, you know what we mean.
The Fall 2014 Envision fashion presentation showed the season’s top trends and gave audience members a great party to boot. Beth Hammarlund reviews.
l’étoile and LOL/OMG! is growing and we are looking to add to our all-star staff.
This week in The Shopping List, MN4MN Fashion Weekend spotlights local style, Ooh La La Live! puts on a fashion show, visit fabulous fall trunk shows, and more.
A time-twisting chamber piece might just be the best Doctor Who episode of recent vintage.
In his column, Anthony Enright looks at the versatility of the leather motorcycle jacket.
Tons of theatre, tons of fashion, and tons of art dominate the weekend. On, and there’s this band called The Replacements…
The doldrums of September means Niles is bored and whiney about the fun people are having in Toronto and Telluride.
Hey, did you guys hear U2 released an album on the DL yesterday for free to every iTunes customer? Uh huh. S’true, and here’s our review of the free-but-quite-lovely thing.
New York Fashion Week is in full swing and promises to breathe a breath of fresh air into your wardrobe and inspiration board. Today: Carolina Herrera, Thakoon, Zac Posen, Prabal Gurung, and Altuzarra.
This week in The Shopping List, Minneapolis-St. Paul Fashion Week kicks off with Envision Fall 2014 runway show, Avant Garden at the Walker, pop-up sales, and more.
Legends collide as the Doctor comes face to face with the “impossible” Robin Hood
Theatrical farces, new work by tons of local artists, can’t-miss gigs, and more fill up this weekend’s agenda!
This week, in honor of an awesome nod in NYLON magazine for her ceramic works, Juleana Enright checks in with SHIP&SHAPE co-founder and local ceramics maker, Erin Smith.
In this special review, Todd O’Dowd takes in The Jungle Theater’s hilarious remount of Charles Ludlam’s ridiculous masterpiece.
So if your favorite musician — Wayne Coyne or Cee-Lo Green, say — turns out to be a terrible human being, does it color your enjoyment of their art? Should it?
Target’s newest designer collaboration with Joseph Altuzarra features strong fierce designs for women to wear for work and for cocktails. This collection is definitely 21+.
This week in The Shopping List, local designer Caroline Hayden holds a sample sale, a trunk show at Kisa Boutique, anniversary sales, and more.
In this week’s column, Anthony Enright helps you find new and unique ways of using the late summer bounty of fresh corn.
The last days of the Minnesota State Fair and the re-opening of The Turf Club are among the major events this Labor Day weekend.
In a special report, Todd O’Dowd waxes rhapsodic on his love of pop-up restaurants in light of the recent Saint Dinette pop-up preview party.
Excited about new Prince? Us too! So while we wait, here’s an entirely subjective Prince top 20!
This week in The Shopping List, Junket: Tossed and Found looks forward to expanded hours, HDH Basics launch, shop openings, and more.
With equal parts trepidation and enthusiasm, Anthony Enright dips his toe into the rising tide of luxury sweatpants.
A great new Doctor. An on-point companion. Dear Old Friends. A surprise return villain. All of which are nearly thwarted by an uneven script in this extended series premiere.
The State Fair’s opening leads our list of great events in the Cities this weekend
Susan Woehrle takes in an outdoor production of the classic Shakespearean comedy at Kelley Park in Apple Valley by award-winning Minneapolis Company Theatre Coup D’etat.
This week in The Shopping List, Red Stamp launches a new party collection, a&bé bridal shop’s grand opening, Velvet Moon’s first birthday, and more.
Niles looks at the idiosyncratic formal properties of Steven Soderbergh’s new television show “The Knick” and how they’re integral to how the show functions as a medical drama.