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A&E » Music
Jun. 22, 2016
Despite Sculpture Garden renovations, the Walker held their annual festival at Boom Island Park.
A&E » Food
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
Jun. 22, 2016
As Shake Shack continues its descent into the Midwest, the people of Minnesota become tourists in their own state.
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
Jun. 22, 2016
As Shake Shack continues its descent into the Midwest, the people of Minnesota become tourists in their own state.
Jun. 22, 2016
Despite Sculpture Garden renovations, the Walker held their annual festival at Boom Island Park.
Jun. 15, 2016
Minneapolis rock band Catbath returns after a six-month respite.
Jun. 15, 2016
“Crayola Experience” at Mall of America offers the prospect of escapism — for $24.99.
By
  • Joe Cristo
Jun. 08, 2016
DIY music shop Dead Media is a hub of the local music scene.
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
Jun. 08, 2016
Local podcast “XOXOJK” is 58 episodes in, and there’s still a lot left to talk about.
By
  • Joe Cristo
Jun. 08, 2016
Minneapolis rock band Daisy Chains is recording a new album and planning a fall tour.
Jun. 01, 2016
New-ish Minneapolis band, Lunch Duchess, will go on tour at the end of the month.
Jun. 01, 2016
This summer, acai is your new favorite brunch date.
Jun. 15, 2016
Sam Fleming sold his first drawing last weekend, and he’s ready to take the festival circuit by storm.
Jun. 15, 2016
“Crayola Experience” at Mall of America offers the prospect of escapism — for $24.99.
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
Jun. 08, 2016
Local podcast “XOXOJK” is 58 episodes in, and there’s still a lot left to talk about.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
Apr. 28, 2016
MFA graphic design students showcase theses at Larson Art Gallery on Monday.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
Mar. 24, 2016
The Weisman screens “Reel Injun,” a documentary about Native American representations in film.
By
  • Brenda Tran
Nov. 19, 2015
The fest returns for its second year to showcase Latin American filmmakers.
Oct. 22, 2015
A University of Minnesota student group, MinneCinema Studios, made a horror film for the 48 Hour Film Festival Project.
Oct. 22, 2015
Q&A with writer-director C.B. Jacobson, who helmed Twin Cities Film Festival’s “This Loneliness.”
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
Jun. 22, 2016
As Shake Shack continues its descent into the Midwest, the people of Minnesota become tourists in their own state.
Jun. 15, 2016
Popular West Coast-based restaurant Spitz opens in Minneapolis
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
Jun. 08, 2016
St. Pops is adding a touch of natural sweetness to the Twin Cities for the third year in a row.
Jun. 01, 2016
This summer, acai is your new favorite brunch date.
Jun. 22, 2016
Despite Sculpture Garden renovations, the Walker held their annual festival at Boom Island Park.
Jun. 15, 2016
Minneapolis rock band Catbath returns after a six-month respite.
By
  • Joe Cristo
Jun. 08, 2016
Minneapolis rock band Daisy Chains is recording a new album and planning a fall tour.
By
  • Joe Cristo
Jun. 08, 2016
DIY music shop Dead Media is a hub of the local music scene.
Jun. 01, 2016
New-ish Minneapolis band, Lunch Duchess, will go on tour at the end of the month.
By
  • Joe Cristo
Jun. 01, 2016
Sarah Miller’s composition, “Wandering Clarinets,” will premiere at the Weisman on Sunday.
By
  • Joe Cristo
May. 25, 2016
By
  • Joe Cristo
May. 25, 2016
Local Minneapolis band Frankie Teardrop break up and release their final album.
By
  • Austen Macalus
May. 03, 2016
A&E sits down with local comedian Maggie Faris to talk about her ridiculous stand-up.
By
  • Austen Macalus
Apr. 26, 2016
Comedian Kurt Braunohler is continually producing, performing and progressing his work.
By
  • Austen Macalus
Apr. 19, 2016
Risk and opportunity abound for comics in the annual “Crash & Burn” show this week.
By
  • Austen Macalus
Apr. 14, 2016
Local stand-up comic Patrick Susmilch’s debut album digs into personal matters.
Jun. 01, 2016
On Friday night, Twin Cities folk were allowed a second chance at their one night to remember.
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
May. 25, 2016
From stacks of polos to racks lined with Louboutins , the Twin Cities house a number of summer thrifting spots.
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
May. 25, 2016
As the Beyhive swarmed TCF Monday night, the folks of Minnesota showcased their Beyoncé best.
By
  • Brenda Tran
Feb. 02, 2016
Apparel design student Lee Tran is one of 15 seniors who will present collections in a CDES fashion show this Saturday.
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