This weekend, hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans gathered at the Twin Cities Pride Festival to celebrate love and equality. And call for social justice.
Released on Friday, “Pray for the Wicked” is an homage to the successes and shortcomings of Panic! at the Disco and their frontman, Brendon Urie.
A&E has you covered with a variety of events to make your pride celebrations exactly what you want them to be.
At the Susan Hensel Gallery on Saturday, white tape sectioned off a plot on the floor. Inside the rectangle, a strip of black tape represented Lake Street. A green rectangle, with a blue paper lake, stood in for the nearby Powderhorn Park.
After 14 anxious years, the Parr family has finally returned to the big screen to take on evildoers, strengthen family ties and remind us all of our youth.
On Saturday, Minnesotans packed rain coats, sunscreen and reusable water bottles for the annual Rock the Garden music festival, hosted by the Walker Art Center and local radio station The Current.
Homegrown Tennessee roots, Midwestern inspiration and a voice that sounds as if it's lived through one hundred lifetimes — this is Chastity Brown.
On Saturday, Lit Crawl MN brought out the best dressed and most well read of Minneapolis.
Eight of our favorite female celebrities pulling off a heist at the Met Gala? The possibilities are endless.
Culture compass: Parties, puppies and pride
A&E spoke with the experts — local librarians and an English professor — to bring you the best recommendations from Minneapolis’ most avid readers.
A sketch comedy troupe founded by University alumnae will hold their debut show this Friday.
Released last Friday, Father John Misty’s fourth album, “God’s Favorite Customer” is as captivating as it is cryptic. The same could be said about Josh Tillman, Father John Misty himself.
With tens of thousands of weekly Soundcloud streams, new tracks in the works and a summer full of networking, rapper FLIP is on the rise — probably.
Over the years Kail witnessed street fights, drove a few celebrities and saw more Friday nights in Dinkytown than most people should.
After a year of discussion, Grand Ole Creamery has officially partnered with the Purple Onion Café to sell their ice cream to insatiable college students.
When the temperatures reach 90 degrees in May, you can cower in the air conditioning. Or you can remember that about a month ago we were cursing a weekend-long blizzard. Whip up these recipes, grab your favorite picnic blanket and the chilled LaCroix from your fridge and head to your favorite park or your friend’s front yard — just make sure there's some shade.