In case you’ve forgotten her glitzy pop anthems, Lady Gaga is a star in its fullest form — radiant, awe-inspiring, bright.
The first weekend of October in Minnesota can bring snow or tornadoes. Instead, last Friday brought Bea Miller and Steve Aoki.
The wind was howling and the rain was beating down as fans lined up for the Steve Aoki and Bea Miller concert on Friday night. A sea of Gopheralls, crewneck sweatshirts and mittens swarmed TCF Bank Stadium. A&E found four concert-goers who broke the mold and had some serious fashion sense. No pretenders here.
First and foremost, Cameron Kinghorn was a trumpet player. He came to the University of Minnesota to pursue an instrumental music education degree, studying at the School of Music with trumpet professor David Baldwin and participating in Jazz Ensemble I under the direction of professor and director of jazz studies Dean Sorenson.
When we met University of Minnesota alumna Morgan Potter last week, she wore a cream blazer, tartan pants, leopard heels and a vampy lipstick. A vintage fur piece draped over her shoulders.
Adopted in 2014 by Minneapolis City Council, what was traditionally observed as Columbus Day now honors the original inhabitants of our state — indigenous people. Adopted statewide in 2016, Indigenous Peoples' Day will paint the Native American traditions and culture for all to see.
One person’s art is another’s vandalism. But in Minneapolis, times are changing.
If you were expecting another gripping true-crime drama podcast from "Serial" this season, you’ll be sorely disappointed.
With foot-stomping, a dysfunctional microphone stand and hip swaying rivaling Elvis Presley, Shakey Graves brought Americana energy to the Palace Theatre on Saturday night.
Last Friday, while local couture made its way down Twin Cities runways for Fashion Week MN, University of Minnesota students held down the campus fashion front.
Hudson Walker, a Harvard-educated art collector and historian, was christened the first curator of the Little Gallery on the University of Minnesota campus in March 1934.
Most pizzas are circles. Some are rectangles. But only one is shaped like a football.
Meet Twin Cities DJ and Taylor Gang’s official man on-the-ones-and-twos, DJ Bonics. The man behind the tables when Wiz Khalifa lights up a stage, Bonics is a true mentor to those in and out of the rap game.
The stage is set with streamers and a glittering sign reading, “Who Is She.” Almost every seat in Honey is filled and there's a steady hum from the audience, excitedly awaiting a show packed with comedy, music and more.
From the shores of Bde Maka Ska to the skyline views at Boom Island Park, the Minneapolis parks system connects the city through greenspace and water.
On Friday night, Leon Bridges reminded us the 60s are not dead. The 29-year-old Texan entered the stage for the second night of his two-night gig with a spring in his step, looking like a retro cowboy at a disco in flared black pants, a Western button-up shirt and slicked-back hair.