End April in the Twin Cities with the St. Paul Art Crawl, the return of Mia’s “Art In Bloom,” and so much more.
This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of Prince’s death, and as such, MSP has plenty of opportunities to celebrate our local icon’s illustrious life.
Arts, theater, film and craft beer: this weekend features all of that and everything in between.
With a handful of exciting throwback-themed events, a strong lineup of local live music and a reading from Nora McInery’s new book, this weekend will surely live up to the expected spike in temperature.
Even though the weather isn’t reflective of the fact that spring is finally here, this weekend’s lineup of events certainly is.
From local music to benefits to dance parties, this weekend is filled to the brim with a lineup of great events.
Between art exhibits, musical tributes and the opening of a brand new venue in St. Paul, and so much more, this weekend offers plenty to do throughout the Twin Cities.
To kick off his coverage of Ryan Murphy’s latest anthology series, Todd O’Dowd breaks down some of the backstory and references in the first episode centering around the legendary feud of Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
A reference in “La La Land” to a little-seen postwar Kurosawa film sheds light on some flaws of this year’s Oscar front-runner; plus a slate of predictions for Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony.
This weekend features the Minneapolis Craft Market, Winterfest, a few brewery/distillery events that have us longing for spring, and much more.
Along with an assortment of great events in the Twin Cities this weekend comes some warm weather in the form of a welcomed winter respite.
With a few important protests, tons of live music and much more, this weekend’s guide has everything to keep you engaged in MSP.
From frozen festivals to art openings and more, this weekend is filled with plenty of events to brave the cold for.
This weekend’s lineup of events throughout the Twin Cities comes as a welcome distraction from the happenings of the outside world. The Current turns 12, The Great Northern winter festival kicks off and a smattering of theatre opening and closing weekends round out what you can expect from Minneapolis-St. Paul this weekend, among much else.
This weekend’s inauguration gives us more reason than ever to get out and support Minneapolis-St. Paul’s diversity-driven events scene.
Jim Jarmusch’s “Paterson,” starring Adam Driver as a bus driving poet, is the director’s warmest film, examining the thin lines between creator and creation, fortune and misfortune, comedy and tragedy.
As we get deeper and deeper into Winter in the Twin Cities, we get to warm ourselves up with a host of great events in our fair cities.
With 2016 out of sight, out of mind, 2017 is off to a good start with this weekend’s lineup of events.
There are lots of opportunities for you to ring in the New Year in style this weekend throughout the Twin Cities, with shows both new and familiar, including Transmission’s F U 2016, First Ave’s New Year’s Danceteria and spots from local favorites like Zuluzuluu, tiny deaths and many more.
In which Our Author draws parallels to the almost-equally-terrible year of 1980 to give comfort as 2016 rolls thankfully into the past and the terrifying future stretches out before us.
If your annual holiday tradition involves avoiding your in-laws, this week’s guide will be particularly helpful in getting you out of the house.
The return of our erstwhile music writer, long disheartened by 2016, here to offer his thoughts on the best music of the first year of the apocalypse.
This weekend features meet-and-greets, live music, holiday shows and more to keep you distracted from that seasonal shopping you’ve been putting off.
As the end of 2016 approaches, Minneapolis-St. Paul annual holiday traditions come out in full force.
There is much to be thankful for throughout the Twin Cities, like this weekend’s stacked lineup of events.
“Certain Women,” Kelly Reichardt’s latest marvel, examines history, dialogue, and the clarity between human beings and animals.
Give to the Max Day kicks off this weekend’s lineup of events, so now is your chance to support the various institutions that have helped build up Minneapolis/St. Paul’s arts culture over the years.
In the wake of an exhausting election, the diversity fostered in the Minneapolis-St. Paul arts scene is as crucial as ever.
This weekend features a variety of great events to take your mind off the election before you get out and vote on Tuesday.