This weekend features a powerful symposium on the Culture Wars of the ’90s, conventions for anime and video game cultures, and Stevie Wonder’s return to Minneapolis.
Listen — do not dismiss the Archies in front of our writer. It gets him mad. It gets him writing, too, as you see — if you’re not convinced the Archies are important at the end of the article, we don’t even know what to say.
Marsala is out! Periwinkle is in! At least according to Beth Hammarlund, whose opinion totally holds tons of sway all over the world. We swear, she’s super influential.
A parody-driven musical episode ends with a surprising elimination.
This week in The Shopping List, local line Winsome Goods debuts a new collection with select items available at Cliche, two massive spring cleaning pop ups by local boutiques, hats galore, and more.
Whether you’re still hurting from St. Paddy’s and looking to take it easy or looking to keep the party rolling, you’ll be sure to find something to suit your springtime fancy this weekend.
Kendrick’s “To Pimp A Butterfly” is the latest salvo in a two-or-three-year run of ever-better hip-hop albums, personal and experimental and amazing. We call it the genre’s “Revolver.” After you hear it, we dare you to disagree.
Brush up on your Shakespeare as the first acting challenge sees a breakthrough for local queen Max and RuPaul breaking out her reading glasses.
This week in The Shopping List, Richard Anderson’s Springtime Punch stylist sale will be one for the books, Target Collective cashes in on Minneapolis heritage style, new shops open, and more.
This weekend features all sorts of anniversaries, openings, viewings and sales for your springtime leisure.
Kevin Puts and Mark Campbell’s adaptation of the iconic political thriller gets a stirring world premiere at Minnesota Opera.
This week: the best local album so far this year (okay, it’s only March, but still) — Al Church’s amazing “Next Summer,” plus another Noel Gallagher record that sounds like Noel Gallagher (but that’s okay).
After a lackluster season opening, the show takes off with an inspired challenge.
This week in The Shopping List, Kisa Boutique pops up downtown, Minnesota sees its first 3D printed fashion show, AlwaysMod’s grand opening, and more.
From fantastic dance shows to world premieres to vita.mn’s annual “Are You Local?” showcase, the Twin Cities comes alive this first weekend in March.
The first edition of “I Listen To The Top 40″ of 2015, and folks, a few actually decent songs in here amongst the usual chaff. Including one by Kanye West, and we will fight you if you disagree.
Even a slightly lackluster season opening can’t completely quash the for the beloved reality television competion.
This week in The Shopping List, Minnesota’s Red Dress Collection returns with another supremely stylish lineup of local designers, Showroom gets ready to switch for the season, spring cleaning sales, and more.
Even though the unpredictable Minnesota winter has a tendency to overstay its welcome, this weekend’s events offer a lineup that will make you feel as though spring has indeed sprung!
Looking at “Fifty Shades of Grey” as a subtly derisive and class conscious critique of the phenomenon surrounding the film.
The acclaimed Twin Cities hip hop artist was thrust into the international spotlight at last night’s BRIT Awards.
People keep expecting Brian Wilson to fail. And on paper, an album featuring Zooey Deschanel and Nate Reuss duets sounds like a terrible idea. But it should really be no surprise: No Pier Pressure, his latest, is just terrific.
This week in The Shopping List, Ruby3 by St. Paul milliner Anna Lee pops up for a trunk show at the American Swedish Institute’s Museum Shop, a Foat and Post- trunk show at Showroom, Oscars inspiration, and more.
Forget fiscal equalization — the Minneapolis Miracle resides within our arts and music scene as much as anything else, with this weekend as proof.
This week in The Shopping List, Carrier Pigeon becomes NEAL Jewelry and launches a new line, Junket: Tossed and Found kicks off a digital scavenger hunt, final clearance markdowns all over the Twin Cities, and more.
The iconic television institution celebrates four decades on the air with a messy yet fitting tribute with moments of sheer brilliance.
Whatever your relationship status during this Valentine’s Day weekend, one thing is for sure: the Twin Cities will always spoil you with some of the best events of the year.
Lynn Nottage’s poignant Hollywood farce is getting a pitch-perfect production at Penumbra Theatre.
Beck is better than Beyonce because he played all the instruments and wrote everything himself, right? Uh, right? What do you mean WRONG? Good god, what possible argument could you have for such a thing?
Spring Couture 2015 wasn’t ground-breaking, but it sure was pretty. Just ask any of the celebrities who have already brought these brand new looks to the red carpet.