This weekend is all about Art-A-Whirl. Yes, there are plenty of other worthy events happening in town this weekend, but with its live music lineups, food trucks a-plenty, shopping, and (most importantly) art, art, art, there’s enough Art-A-Whirl to constitute an entire Weekend What’s What guide. It is, after all, the largest open studio and gallery tour in the United States, according to its presenter, the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association. [...]
This weekend is all about Art-A-Whirl. Check out, print or smart-phone our handy guide to the best art openings, open studios, live music fests and more happening during this weekend’s annual Northeast Minneapolis art crawl.
While our Weekend What’s What always attempts to present the best weekend events, it focuses mainly on music concerts, art openings and theater openings. With this special edition, we’ll feature ongoing art and culture events that are ongoing – and highly recommended by the l’étoile staffers.
THURSDAY, MAY 9-SUNDAY, MAY 11 Next Generation of Parks: Urban Design + Fritz Haeg: At Home in the City @ Walker Art Center 1320 Lagoon Ave Minneapolis Lecture: 7 pm Thursday, May 9 / Free (tickets available from 6 pm at the Bazinet Garden Lobby desk) Fritz Haeg: At Home in the City opens Saturday, May 11 and continues through November 24 in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and Medtronic Gallery [...]
Let l’étoile plan your weekend! This go-around, there’s plenty to love for mid-century enthusiasts, hip-hop fans, art lovers and more.
Spring is (finally) in the air and you know what that means — everyone’s going to be out and about this weekend. And good thing — there are a ton of great to-dos happening.
This weekend is a big one for the local literary scene, lovers of psych/shoegaze rock and of course, tons of art events.
This weekend may be hampered by a snowstorm, but don’t let your spirits be dampened — there is too much art, music, theater and dancing to be had! This weekend’s main events run in the international vein.
If this weekend is about anything, it’s sonic innovation. From the longstanding pioneers, to the new wave, to the ultra-new experimentalists, this weekend encourages you to get out of your aural comfort zone and head to new horizons.
Could it be…is spring in the air, finally? Get out there and enjoy the vaguely springy weather with this weekend’s eclectic mix of live music, theater, dance, art and dance parties.
It may be frigid outside, but we can’t help but feel like spring is in the air. Arty hard with big opening parties at the Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts & more.
This weekend is packed with all the live music, art, theater and dance parties you can handle. Highlights: QX Collective’s Studio B relaunch dance party, Tribe & Big Cats’ farewell show & Vita.mn’s Are You Local?
Fashion Week: it’s the most stylish time of the year. Of course, it comes smack-dab in one of the coldest months imaginable, but we won’t let that stop us from celebrating the best in local fashion.
It’s the sweetest, sauciest, or bitterest time of the year depending on who you are. Whether you’re a hater or a lover, there’s plenty to do this Valentine’s Day weekend, solo, with friends or that someone special.
This weekend, l’étoile’s prolific staffers put our heads together and culled our picks for What’s What this weekend.
We know, we know — it’s COLD outside. But that’s no excuse. We’re hardy Minnesotans, after all, and this isn’t our first frosty rodeo. Besides, there’s simply way too many fantastic things going on this weekend you can’t afford to miss. Whatever you do, don’t let cabin fever get you down!
This weekend, take a turn for the absurd with the latest installment of the Walker’s provocative performance series, Out There, Off-Leash Arena’s outlandish “Le Squat” and another edition of Jaime Carrera’s OUTLET performance festival.
This Monday marks a great American holiday. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a reminder of freedoms fought, strides made and challenges ahead in the realm of civil rights. So make this weekend about celebrating the freedom of expression, via thought-provoking art shows at Bockley Gallery, CO Exhibitions and the MIA, challenging performances via the Walker’s “Out There” series, and a rare live show featuring Ultravox’s Midge Ure and Minneapolis [...]
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 2013.
New Year’s lands on a Monday night this year, and you know what that means – extended holiday weekend! Keep the party going and bid 2012 adieu with our list of the best things to do on New Year’s Eve this year. From dance parties to themed events to rock shows, we’ve got you covered. Be sure to check out our year-end review, A Few of Our Favorite Things, and [...]
This weekend marks the final weekend of the year before the New Year. Ring it in early with this weekend’s myriad dance parties, live music, naked ladies reading & more.
With this holiday weekend, we present to your our extended holiday guide. 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 is the usual smorgasbord of arts, culture, nightlife and music – with some heaping doses of holiday cheer. It’s a good weekend for hip hop, with the Doomtree Blowout spanning the weekend, 2 Chainz at Myth and locals No Bird Sing and Toki Wright at Icehouse. The retro in us will be sure to flock to Thursday’s show by Omaha band the Faint, who are playing their iconic [...]
This weekend, get into the holiday spirit! Go to a screening of the so-bad-it’s-good Star Wars Holiday Special, take in the New Standards Holiday Show, and get your holiday shopping taken care of at No Coast Craft-O-Rama and Sound Gallery’s “How Bazaar.” And there’s also tons of art to keep you occupied, not to mention the grand opening festivities of Union Station in St. Paul. So get in touch with [...]
This weekend boasts some locally-connected heavy-hitters from the national underground music scene, plus can’t-miss live music and just about all the art you can handle.
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.