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  • Sean Smuda: 100 Creatives

    Sean Smuda: 100 Creatives

    published Oct 20, 2010

    ​No. 99: Sean SmudaCity: POHO(Powderhorn)/Phillips Years spent living in MN: 2.7 x10It's impossible to be active in the Twin Cities arts community and not be aware of Sean Smuda. Over the years he h... More >>

  • The Minneapolis Horror: Tales from the Night Shift

    published October 13, 2010

    Though the rehabbed building that occupies the space of the old Washburn A. Mill is now a site filled with museums, farmers' markets, office... More >>

  • Ann M. Martin

    published October 13, 2010

    If you were a young girl learning to read in the 1980s and '90s, you probably cut your literary teeth on some Baby-sitters Club books.... More >>

  • Aaron Draplin: Thanks MPLS

    published October 13, 2010

    Design junkies should be familiar with the influential work of Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Co. Over the years, the artist has created posters,... More >>

  • Lauren Conrad visits Minnesota today

    published Oct 19, 2010

    ​Former Hills star Lauren Conrad is considered a fashion icon to many, so it only makes sense that she will be visiting the Mall of America, a retail hub with multiple GAP stores. You can meet her t... More >>

  • Jennifer Davis: 100 Creatives

    Jennifer Davis: 100 Creatives

    published Oct 18, 2010

    ​Spend a weekend at any of the handful of galleries hosting opening receptions, and you'll see that the Twin Cities has a thriving, dynamic, and exciting creative scene. To honor this, over the next... More >>

  • Twin Cities Book Festival, thrash metal: Freeloader Friday

    Twin Cities Book Festival, thrash metal: Freeloader Friday

    published Oct 15, 2010

    ​ With the Twin Cities Book Festival comes a lot of free readings, including talks from Riot Grrrls, creative innovators, and mystery writers. It's also a good week for free shows involving thrash, ... More >>

  • Target hates your mom

    published Oct 14, 2010

    ​Admit it: As a kid you might have coveted that fancy store-bought Halloween costume, but it's the homemade one you put together with your mom using a little creativity and some items from your clos... More >>

  • 2010's most expensive Halloween costumes

    2010's most expensive Halloween costumes

    published Oct 13, 2010

    ​While some prefer to Halloween shop in their closets and local thrift stores, others choose to seek out that truly unique, eye-catching, impressive costume--regardless of the price. We've done so... More >>

  • FallCon Comic Book Party

    published October 6, 2010

    The largest event of its kind in the Midwest, FallCon Comic Book Party promises to once again be a nerdy good time. During the day there will be... More >>

  • Chris Kimball

    published October 6, 2010

    Cooking show fans should instantly recognize Chris Kimball as the meticulous host of America's Test Kitchen and as founder of Cook's... More >>

  • Vogue/Trash

    published October 6, 2010

    Looking for some Halloween costume inspiration? Interested in test-driving your latest creation before the big date? This Saturday's party is the... More >>

  • City Pages Iron Fork

    published October 6, 2010

    Food lovers looking to take a crash course in some of the best dishes on menus and in stores around town will want to check out City... More >>

  • Save Our Sea! A Burlesque Benefit for the Gulf

    published October 6, 2010

    Though the gulf is far away from our landlocked state, this benefit at the Music Box Theatre demonstrates that we do care about the oil spill and... More >>

  • Zombies terrorize the city: Slideshows from this weekend

    Zombies terrorize the city: Slideshows from this weekend

    published Oct 11, 2010

    ​There was no escaping the hoards of drunken zombies this Saturday. Though they were mostly concentrated along the West Bank, from the 501 Club to the Cabooze, drink specials and live music hardly... More >>

  • Saint Paul Art Crawl, Curtiss A's John Lennon tribute: Freeloader Friday

    Saint Paul Art Crawl, Curtiss A's John Lennon tribute: Freeloader Friday

    published Oct 08, 2010

    ​ Once again we find ourselves fast approaching a weekend filled with tons of free things to do. The entire city of St. Paul will be loaded with free art shows, concerts, parades, demonstrations, wi... More >>

  • Rock 'n' Roll artist DWITT chats with Gimme Noise

    published Oct 07, 2010

    ​Over the years David Witt (DWITT) has created posters for some of the Twin Cities most exciting events, including from shows at the Triple Rock to the Zombie Pub Crawl. He's also the founder of th... More >>

  • Frankenstein plays muse to filmmaker Bill Morrison, trumpeter Dave Douglas

    published Oct 07, 2010

    ​Much like Mary Shelley's Dr. Frankenstein, experimental filmmaker Bill Morrison pulls bits and pieces together to create something new. But rather than robbing graves and collecting bones and fin... More >>

  • Blingtastic jewelry featured at this month's First Thursday in Northeast Minneapolis

    published Oct 06, 2010

    ​First Thursdays in Northeast Minneapolis are usually a blast because local artists open their studios for receptions, art viewings, parties, and demonstrations. Tomorrow's edition will feature a... More >>

  • Embarrassment of Riches: Picturing Global Wealth

    published September 29, 2010

    There are currently several gallery shows in the Twin Cities exploring poverty around the world, but at this exhibition guests will be invited to... More >>

  • Minneapolis Tattoo Arts Convention

    published September 29, 2010

    Whether you're looking to show off your back panel or get some new ink, the Minneapolis Tattoo Arts Convention has you covered. The three-day... More >>

  • Funpacolypse

    published September 29, 2010

    Chuck U's art resides in a universe with its own unique aesthetic, details, and rules. It is a world where colorful birds gaze out at a... More >>

  • Saint Paul Art Crawl

    published September 29, 2010

    After the summer onslaught of art festivals, it is reasonable to be a little burned out on these types of events. The crowds, the parking... More >>

  • Art lovers crawl through St. Paul this weekend

    published Oct 05, 2010

    ​This Friday marks the start of the 30th year for the Saint Paul Art Crawl. What began as a small gallery hop in the artists' studios of Lowertown and downtown has grown to encompass much of the ci... More >>

  • Teen Witch and Teen Wolf screen at Drinky Drive-In tonight

    published Oct 04, 2010

    ​As any 30-year-old still watching 90210 knows, there's nothing more entertaining than teenage shenanigans. Throw in some monsters and supernatural powers and you have a flick filled with some aweso... More >>

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