For 12 years, local ensemble International Novelty Gamelan has been composing and performing with a variety of unique instruments in an eccentric spin on the traditional Gamelan music of Indonesian culture. Currently comprised of six members, International Novelty Gamelan will be performing an acous ... More >>
On Friday, the Como Zoo's baby orangutan, Jaya, turned six, and celebrated with a full-on birthday party. All four of the zoo's orangutans put on party hats, ate new foods like bagels and whipped cream, and unwrapped gifts like balls and strainers (for playing with their water or putting on their he ... More >>
By Rob ShererGrimes With Born Gold and Elite Gymnastics 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis Tuesday, March 13, 2012View a slideshow from the concert here. Anticipation was high as electro-pop darling Claire Boucher, more affectionately known as Grimes, took the stage at the intimate 7th Street Entry. ... More >>
Wisconsin expats release excellent self-titled album
The Uptown and Eat Street establishments suffer from lack of focus
A rundown of restaurants that opened, closed, and are coming soon
A moment of silence for a short-lived Eat Street gem.
Be inspired by everything from an anime festival to a film noir microcinema
We picked Barrio, though we liked a lot of others. Here's why the downtown tequila bar rose above the rest.
Bali brings the tastes of Indonesia to Eat Street
Black Mirror: Reflections in Global Musics 1918-1955
Restaurant Massacre in St. Paul; Top-Secret Most-Ambitious-Restaurant-Ever Debuts in Minneapolis—What a Season!
American Bank joins two North Dakota banks in suing to recover money loaned to boy-band magnate Lou Pearlman
2006 was a tasty, tasty year. Dara goes through her memory book and anoints the stars.
The Zapruder film? It was faked. The Wellstone crash? It was a hit. 9/11? An inside job. Tumbling down the rabbit hole with professional philosopher Jim Fetzer.
Jonathan Richman, modern lover
Great chefs know it: Quality salt adds taste and texture
Thirty-five years ago, a Chicago arts collective charted new territory in black music. Now, in a three-day retrospective, Minneapolis free-jazz explorers Douglas Ewart and Carei Thomas return to that land of possibilities.
A new Ellipsis Arts CD investigates the living music of the world's death rituals
In two new works, Sarah Skaggs and Morgan Thorson break down the wall between concert dance and club culture.