Can you feel it? Spring is in the air–and now that cabin fever has fully set in, we expect this weekend to be raucous.
Our guide to continuing Twin Cities art exhibits, as recommended by l’étoile’s staff.
This weekend is one for the legends, as Kim Gordon and Bill Nace bring their new Body/Heat collaboration to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, garage rock legends the Sonics roll through town & more.
What’s a little snow? By this point of winter, we’ve seen–and trekked through–it all. As if we’d let a little thing like a blizzard slow us down! And with all the goins-on this weekend, we’d be silly to shutter ourselves in.
Cold is in the air, no, love is fool! If all isn’t coming up roses, we’ve done it again with our last minute guide to making a lasting impression this Valentine’s weekend.
The Twin Cities are an incredibly dense artistic community. And maybe all of that creative energy is a direct result of the cabin fever that inevitably starts to creep in this time of year. This weekend, artists of all kinds will be protesting the polar vortex throughout the metropolitan area. Perhaps if we channel enough of this creative energy, we’ll show Punxsutawney Phil what’s what and earn ourselves an early spring.
Spring’s still out of sight, but this weekend gives other reasons to leave the house. The St. Paul Winter Carnival closes out its final weekend, Too Much Love bids adieu, First Avenue hosts its Best New Bands showcase, and oh so much more.
Don’t fight the cold — revel in it. This weekend kicks off with the St. Paul Winter Carnival, full of fun wintery activities like ice skating, ice carving, snow sledding, parade viewing and beer drinking.
The weekend heats up with a dizzying array of cultural events, the arts, live music and theater. Highlights include the ongoing Out There performance festival at the Walker, a preview of the Vivian Maier photo exhibit at MPLS Photo Center and more.
We’ve survived the Arctic Vortex, so what better way to shake off your cabin fever than hitting the town?
It’s the first weekend of the new year, so dust yourself off from your NYE shenanigans, gulp down some ibuprofen (or some hair-of-the-dog) and get ready to celebrate the start of 2014.
New Year’s Eve: the social occasion of the year. Where will you go? What will you wear? Who will you kiss at midnight? We’ve got a few ideas of our own concerning that last part, and hopefully you do too.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: JAHNA PELOQUIN / CONTRIBUTORS: JULEANA ENRIGHT, ANTHONY ENRIGHT, JON HUNT, ROB CALLAHAN, NILES SCHWARTZ, BETH HAMMARLUND, NATHANIEL SMITH, LIZZY SHRAMKO, TODD O’DOWD, ALICIA NEUBAUER, MAGGIE LAMAACK, DANIELLE MORRIS / HEADER DESIGN: CAROLINE ROYCE New Year’s Eve: the social occasion of the year. Where will you go? What will you wear? Who will you kiss at midnight? We’ve got a few ideas of our own concerning that last part, and […]
With this holiday weekend, we present to your our annual holiday guide to going out. Because in between family gatherings, you’re going to need some partake in activities that involve adult beverages and shaking out the stress on the dance floor, right?
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.
Let l’etoile plan your weekend! Peep our weekend guide for the best in local happenings this week.
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 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!
‘Tis the season — for do-gooding. In honor of Give to the Max Day, a number of local organizations are hosting benefits and parties. Read on for What’s What this weekend.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: JAHNA PELOQUIN / CONTRIBUTORS: JULEANA ENRIGHT, ANTHONY ENRIGHT, JON HUNT, NATHANIEL SMITH, TODD O’DOWD, LIZZY SHRAMKO, ALICIA NEUBAUER, MAGGIE LAMAACK, DANIELLE MORRIS, BETH HAMMARLUND, MOLLY OBERSTAR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Mathew Janczewski’s ARENA DANCES presents The Main Street Project @ The Cowles Center Tek Box 528 Hennepin Ave – 2nd floor Minneapolis 8 pm / $20 Given the private nature of their work, it’s a rare treat when […]
Halloween weekend #2 is upon us, and there’s no lack of spooky, creepy and divinely dark things to do this weekend. Craft your itinerary with offerings ranging from haunted basements to Victorian ghost stories.
This weekend kicks off one of two spooktacular weekends in the Twin Cities, with events ranging from haunted basements, a kung-fu zombie musical and an horror-movie-themed art show.
Let l’étoile plan your (spooky) weekend! Get into the Halloween spirit with the Scaredy Cat ride, the Haunted Basement, the House of Gore and new play “Kung-Fu Zombies Vs. Cannibals.”
Rocktober continues this weekend with a slew of diverse live music to choose from, including Father John Misty, Minus the Bear and the Melismatics, plus a rockin’ Zombie Pub Crawl and other spooky delights.
This weekend, we say farewell to summer and hello to fall — and there are plenty of spooky happenings in town to get us into the mood.
Minneapolis-St. Paul Fashion Week continues with night two of the Shows, a dueling fashion show from the tailor twins Tim + Thom, Full Fashion Panic and more. Plus: the circus comes to town in the form of Cirque du Soleil and more.
Start planning your outfits now — fall 2013′s edition of Minneapolis-St. Paul Fashion Week is upon us. It kicks off this weekend with the semi-annual Envision: Artopia.
This weekend, go punk with FLAG (featuring original Black Flag members) at First Ave and Dillinger Four at the Entry; get on board the multimedia performance art train known as “Station to Station” and more.
This weekend, celebrate the art of meat with a full-on sausage fest — in the form of the annual Kramarczuk’s Kielbasa Festival.