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    Ol' Yeller face same fate as fictional dog of same name

    Local rock band Ol' Yeller have announced that their show on Saturday, July 26 at the Uptown Bar will be their last. (Insert crappy take-'em-out-back-and-shoot-'em joke here.) According to frontman Rich Mattson, Ol' Yeller will disband but the musici...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on July 14, 2008 @ 4:41 pm
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    KQRS Morning Show: Losing its Edge?

    KQRS's chauvinist-friendly, shock jock-ular Morning Show has elicited a fair amount of controversy during its 22-year run. Just this past October, for instance, American Indians protested outside the studio after host Tom Barnard co-host Terri Traen ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Matt Snyders on July 14, 2008 @ 4:01 pm
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    Over the Weekend: July 11-13, 2008

    The summer outdoor festival season is in full gear. Let's start from the end of the weekend and work our way to the beginning. Bastille Day Barbette, July 13 Sunday's main event was the Bastille Day celebration at Barbette Cafe in Uptown, and ever...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on July 14, 2008 @ 9:05 am
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    Under the Sky: Outdoor dance at the lake reviewed by Caroline Palmer

    Dances at the Lake Lake Harriet Rose Garden, July 11 Review by Caroline Palmer Photos by James Tran Friday evening in the Rose Garden by Lake Harriet was a study in contrasts. About 50 or so people sat on the lawn in front of a marked off area by th...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Shaw on July 13, 2008 @ 11:54 pm
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    A Night of Gems: Metro Ballet's 5th Anniversary Gala

    And with near-constant motion, it's a lot of work. You think those rippling-muscled performers lift themselves? If one show requires this much energy, imagine seven in one night -- or five years of it. At Pantages Theater on June 12, the Metropolita...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Shaw on July 13, 2008 @ 1:38 pm
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    A dignified, British celebration of a French holiday

    OK, Brit's is an English bar, and the events planned for their Bastille Day celebration aren't particularly French, but hear me out: there's some cool stuff happening here this Sunday.Brit's Pub is a dignified British bar and restaurant specializin...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jessica Armbruster on July 12, 2008 @ 1:55 pm
  • 5ingles - The Songs We Can't Escape


    5ingles - The Songs We Can't Escape

    PAULA ABDUL "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow" It's upbeat, it's frivolous, it's Sugar-Free Diet Pepsi dance-pop at best. This faded diva's apparent resurgence aside--and good on her for that--the vapidity of would-be dance hits about dancing neve...

    by Ray Cummings on March 5, 2008
  • Bob Mould finds happiness - The music legend moves past gloomy anthems


    Bob Mould finds happiness - The music legend moves past gloomy anthems

    BOB MOULD District Line Anti- "It's pretty easy, actually, it just took a while to figure out," Bob Mould says, explaining how, after years of personal discontent, he finally grew comfortable with himself. "[It happened] when I stopped putting ...

    by Ben Westhoff on March 5, 2008
  • Critics' Picks: Big Trouble and more


    Critics' Picks: Big Trouble and more

    THURSDAY 3.06 Big Trouble Bryant-Lake Bowl Theater To celebrate the release of their cleverly titled EP, Crescent Moon Is in Big Trouble, the local all-star group of Twin Cities musical staples Big Trouble bowls through Bryant-Lake on Thursday, g...

    on March 5, 2008
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    Turn off your iPod, free music is here

    The 29th annual Macy's Day of Music is happening now. Right now!Though it's title implies that the event lasts only one day, in actuality free music shows are happening around the downtown area today from noon to 1 a.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jessica Armbruster on July 11, 2008 @ 4:26 pm
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    The Economics of Snark: Gawker Slashes Play Rates

    No matter how many pageviews Gawker generated from catty and combative (and thoroughly addictive) posts, a growing media company needs to live on a budget. That said, Gawker owner Nick Denton's decision to roll back pay at his company's flagship site...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on July 11, 2008 @ 2:09 pm
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    Oversize PSA Driving Around Maplewood

    In either a neat-o coincidence or the Federal Communications Commission showing a religious preference, on that date in 1958 Pope Pius XII named Saint Clare of Assisi of the patron saint of television. When she was too ill to go to mass, she miraculo...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on July 11, 2008 @ 11:08 am
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    A Bratwurst By Any Other Name...

    The nationally-known Great River Shakespeare Festival in Winona has a plan to get even the staunchest Shakespeare hater into the theater: Offer them succulent grilled meat for free. The festival's fifth season is hosting its inaugural "Grill With Wi...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on July 10, 2008 @ 4:51 pm
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    First Amendment closes Modern Radio exhibit, prepares for Michael Gaughan

    Modern Radio's month-long celebration of their ninth anniversary wrapped up yesterday with the closing of First Amendment Gallery's Modern Radio photography exhibit, which showcased work by Carl Wedoff, Adam Bubolz, Sharyn Morrow, and Greg Schaal, as...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on July 10, 2008 @ 10:54 am
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    Lessons Learned from TV

    Remember how television shows in the '80s always had a moral or a lesson to be learned at the end of each 30-minute debacle? Though this format was rendered irrelevant outside of children's shows thanks to shows like Seinfeld, local author and Tele...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jessica Armbruster on July 9, 2008 @ 7:55 pm
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    Bicycle Film Festival

    For the third straight year, the international Bicycle Film Festival comes to Minneapolis. While all the events are worth a gander, Carl Atkinson, producer of the event, gives us her top five picks.5. Breaking Away (Thursday, 7 pm at the Riverview ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Bradley Campbell on July 9, 2008 @ 9:48 am
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    Flyer of the Week: First Communion Afterparty

    Our favorite flyer this week belongs to First Communion Afterparty, who is having a CD release party for their excellent debut full-length Sorry For All the Mondays, And For Those Who Can't Sing this Saturday at the 7th St. Entry.

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on July 8, 2008 @ 5:12 pm
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    Red Bull on the Stone Arch

    Those giant rectangular black boxes on the Stone Arch Bridge are not, unfortunately, giant screen televisions permanently set to Ace of Cakes. They're actually part of Red Bull's traveling photography show, Illume.One Red Bull girl setting up the e...

    @ Gimme Noise by Bradley Campbell on July 7, 2008 @ 7:05 pm
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    Over the Weekend: July 3-6, 2008

    Estate Kitty Cat Klub, July 3 I didn't go to the Kitty Cat Klub wanting to dance, but it ended up happening anyway. Somehow, throughout the course of their set, Estate managed to coax most of the audience out of their chairs and onto the dance flo...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on July 7, 2008 @ 9:45 am
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    Nerdcore: CONvergence review by Fish DeSmith

    CONvergence Bloomington Sheraton, July 3-6 Review by Fish DeSmith Photos by Ward Rubrecht Every year during the first weekend of July, a strange force draws geeks from miles around to Bloomington's Sheraton Hotel. This mysterious tractor beam is emi...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Shaw on July 7, 2008 @ 7:29 am
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