Whether you share your bread with others or save it for yourself, there is a simple joy in creating it from scratch.
For a city that was, and still is, a fraction of the size of New York City or Los Angeles, Minneapolis has contributed widely to national music movements.
Sister Species will be performing some of their new music at Moon Palace Books on Friday, Sept. 13 under a full moon.
"When you put capital in the money of women, it can change the world,” said Renee Powers of Feminist Book Club.
At the end of the night, booking agents want to help keep live, local music a special part of the Twin Cities.
Rare booksellers and collectors have created a culture where the copy-specific story of a book is what gives it value, not just what is written in the pages.
Summer in the Twin Cities brings some incredible acts. If you’ve been studying hard this past year, it’s finally time to let loose. Fear not, A&E did all of the research for you. Here are some concerts you won’t want to miss this summer.
For one night only, the comedy concert “Ricky Lagoon: He Croons!” will include classic swing and jazz tunes with never before heard jokes, performed for the first and last time at the Cedar Cultural Center.
She is dressed in pastel pinks and purples. Lace is draped across her arms. The image is gentle — but the story she tells is candid and cutthroat. Her words invoke a processing of emotions and exclamations of survivorship. Blythe Baird writes her poems to aid understanding within herself, and to help others understand what it’s like to have the experiences she’s had.
The word “challenge” frequently follows the word “creative” when a tight deadline is involved. For five Minneapolis musicians, a recent creative challenge included writing and recording a brand new song in one week, all using the same guitar.