The local label gets more shine thanks to a major web site and some great production by DVS1.
Indie rock auteurs grace the Cedar Cultural Center this November.
She's photographed everyone from Common to Jam Master Jay and worked as a photo editor at the Source. And she's got Minneapolis ties.
How could this be anything less than one of the best parties summer has to offer?
Wear your nice shoes to this show. They're going to get a lot of attention.
Slug and Ant will make their way through Europe and back across the US.
After a long Spring tour, P.O.S. hops across the Atlantic to tour his outstanding new disc, "Never Better."
For once, this season's movies don't ask you to check your brains at the door
Jet-setting Cruise gives us a beating in 'M:i:III'
Two humans travel from Mount Wookie to Mars
Jon Langford's American discoveries
A conversation with DJ/Producer Richie Hawtin
Queer cinema gets radical in the latest Flaming Film Festival
In South Minneapolis, a last remnant of Dr. Martin Couney's freak show preemies
A band called !!! plays music from the other eighties
The naked truth about putting together a regional showcase like the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival. And a revealing body of blurbs about the best and the not-best of the fest.
Drinking at Nye's with techno impresario DVS1 on the eve of his Ascension
This year's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Film Festival finds new queer cinema yearning to forget its affair with Hollywood
The late screenwriter Curt Siodmak gave the Wolf Man his soul
The Mpls/St. Paul International Film Festival swaddles the Cities in cinema
With The Museum of Unconditional Surrender, Dubravka Ugresic makes an exhibit out of wartime exhaustion
The Threepenny Opera counts the cost of human capital; Blues for an Alabama Sky clocks a red-hot minute
Ninety-three films, three projectors, and the whole wide world
Rhombus Theatre's Lebensraum beckons Jews back to the Fatherland; Park Square's Taking Sides tries the morality of the devil's maestro
Everything is wrong
Two historical figures, filmmaker F.W. Murnau and geneticist Gregor Mendel, step out of the past into two new novels
As the Walker's retrospective shows, Hannah Höch's art grew far beyond the movement that birthed her.