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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
  • 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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    Barbara Ehrenreich Discusses This Land Is Their Land

    Barbara Ehrenreich is probably best known for her hugely successful Nickel and Dimed, her first-person tale from the trenches of struggling to get by doing various low wage jobs across America. But she didn't stop her social critique there, her lates...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on July 6, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    Still looking for something to do tonight?

    How about an art show followed by the Red, White, and Boom fireworks? Tonight from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Altered Esthetics (1224 Quincy St. NE, Minneapolis) will be celebrating the opening of "Freedom", a group art show featuring work by resident arti...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jessica Armbruster on July 4, 2008 @ 2:08 pm
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    Spoonbridge: It's Art, but Is It Good Art?

    The Sculpture Garden's best-known work, of course, is Spoonbridge and Cherry, the giant aluminum and stainless steel sculpture by Claes Oldenburg and his wife and collaborator Coosje van Bruggen, which has become one of the Twin Cities' most iconic ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Matt Smith on July 3, 2008 @ 5:03 pm
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    Calling all artists: Think outside the (utility) box

    Turning utility boxes into art will hopefully deter taggers, vandals, and smokers, who often use the boxes as ashtrays. The theme selected for boxes should work around the "Seven Ages of Man" speech from Shakespeare's As You Like It, which expounds o...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jessica Armbruster on July 3, 2008 @ 4:45 pm
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    Minnesota Music Returns to Cities 97

    Eight months after laying off host Jason Nagel and scrapping their weekly local music program, Cities 97 has announced that they have re-hired Nagel and plan to start airing Minnesota Music once again next Sunday. Nagel first started Minnesota Mu...

    @ Gimme Noise by Andrea Swensson on July 2, 2008 @ 3:39 pm
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    Stockholm Rock City

    Michigan-based photographer Stefan Peterson has made a career of standing alongside stomping, thrashing throngs at rock shows and snapping crystal-clear photos of the mayhem. He's been photographing rock music shows and scenes since the mid-90s, and ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on July 2, 2008 @ 2:19 pm
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    Richard Galpin: The Art of Slicing and Dicing

    London-based artist Richard Galpin's second U.S. solo show, Tetratopia, showing Galpin's innovative 'peeled photograph' works is currently at Franklin Art Works. The peeled photo technique he created starts as a photo he took, he then uses a scalpel ...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on July 2, 2008 @ 11:45 am
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    Funky Zoo: Jordan Selbo reviews Bootsy Collins

    A Tribute to James Brown featuring Bootsy Collins July 1, 2008 Minnesota Zoo, Weesner Amphitheater Review by Jordan Selbo Photos by Tony Nelson Better Than: A tribute concert for the late, not-as-great Dixie Hummingbirds singer Ira Tucker Those com...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Shaw on July 2, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    "They sound like God": Peter S. Scholtes reviews Orchestra Baobab

    Orchestra Baobab Dakota Cafe, June 30 Review by Peter S. Scholtes Images available here. Orchestra Baobab is the kind of band that makes critics (at least this one) resort to hyperbole and sociology: They sound like God; oh, and they must have hear...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Shaw on July 1, 2008 @ 2:24 pm
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