Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood Target Center, Minneapolis Thursday, November 6, 2014 You might say Garth Brooks is a crowd-pleaser. You might also say Michael Jackson was a good dancer and Beatles songs are catchy. Garth -- to call him "Brooks" is as fussy and mannered as referring to "Presley" ... More >>
"DO YOU GUYS LIKE PIZZA?!" This was the obnoxious, self-answering question that began The Pizza Underground's set last Saturday at First Ave. It was posed by a camcorder-wielding man dressed as Andy Warhol, and it was of course answered with a series of whoops from the crowd. Everyone likes pizza, ... More >>
It's no secret that Lady Gaga can be a high-maintenance gal. The woman is a walking MOMA exhibit with her unbelievable wardrobe. While she's not sporting her craziest styles out and about these days, she's still the same old Gaga we know and love. The latest financial drama between Gaga and her ex ... More >>
Frightened Rabbit with Arc in RoundThe Assembly at the Woman's Club, MinneapolisFriday, October 12, 2012The night could easily have been deemed "Plaid and Beards" at the Woman's Club in Minneapolis on Friday night with most of the sold out audience in said attire. Or even "An Evening of Storytelling ... More >>
Dinkytowner to close, Mallman to release a new album, Stone Arch details, Art-a-Whirl & next week's best new releases.
Muja Messiah honored in URB's "Next 100," NOMO hits Radio K, video of the Bad Plus at the Cedar.
Sir Elton and the Piano Man play the Xcel, Cloud Cult, Communist Daughter & more!
Anthony Bourdain's newest, The Nasty Bits, is perfect summer reading: Riveting to pick up, easy to put down
It was always tough to rent a movie at Discount Video. It's about to become impossible.
After only one album, the Vets are becoming a local music institution
Black Gold, a jumbled mess of a greatest-hits collection, reveals the contradictions at the core of Soul Asylum
The Kinleys and Shelby Lynne offer womanly alternatives to Nashville's bombast of latter-day chastity
With new tracks exhumed from the vaults, Biggie and Tupac add to their corpses' corpora
Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts caretake our paranoia in Conspiracy Theory.
Four years ago Lee's Liquor Lounge was just another dying neighborhood bar. Then this guy Nate calls the owner, Louie, and the place turns into--well, no one is quite sure what. But there's nowhere else like it.
Life is hard and then you dance
It doesn't really matter whether he overtakes KQ and Tom Barnard. Either way, Howard Stern wins. And local radio loses.