On a recent Saturday afternoon at Fig + Farro in Calhoun Square, customers conversed in the large dining area, with its contemporary, mismatched wooden tables and chairs, warm lighting fixtures, cozy booths and sprawling bar. Now a year-and-a-half old, the restaurant, which began as a vegetarian establishment, serves a vibrant and much-loved vegan menu. The switch is part of the restaurant’s larger mission: fighting climate change.
Billie Eilish's dark silhouette appeared on stage amid the shrill screams of thousands of fans Saturday night.
Like many 20-somethings, Eric Larson is a member of the generation that grew up with memes. He can barely remember when they started entering his consciousness because for him, it feels like they have been around forever.
The longtime producer and songwriter for pop stars like Katy Perry, Rihanna and Ed Sheeran, released his first album, “Friends Keep Secrets” Dec. 7.
Immediately, the smell of cinnamon flooded visitors’ senses as they walked into the European Christmas Market in downtown St. Paul. Saturday morning, the East Plaza at Union Depot was transformed into a classic German-style holiday market.
The Danish word “hygge” (pronounced hoo-guh) roughly translates into “cozy” in English. But, the word has taken on a lot more meaning than that.
In lieu of the familiar three R’s, “reduce, reuse, recycle,” this year’s Sustunes has a different take on sustainability: “resilience, rise, revive.”
Ladybrain made waves this past summer with its first show, “Ladybrain: A Sketch Comedy Revue,” which explored the male gaze and the "Free the Nipple" movement, among other things.
On Friday night, the University of Minnesota Opera Theatre gave a color-infused, modern performance of Benjamin Britten’s “Albert Herring."
Jose Dominguez never planned to show his intricate, colorful journal pages to anyone. But, there he was, at the opening of his first solo show in years Saturday night at the Public Functionary gallery. The large, open room — equipped with a DJ and plenty of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer — was filled with admirers of his work.