Director Lou Bellamy's newest show presents a flawed but intriguing look at the leader's last night
Stephen Yoakam captivates audiences with his talents in this one-man show
A good chunk of the Minneapolis music scene has gallivanted away to South By Southwest in Austin, Texas, but that doesn't stop the music! Total Trash release their latest cassette tape in the 7th Street Entry Thursday. Friday, Davina & the Vagabonds swank up Patrick's Cabaret while Chanhassen Di ... More >>
Seven suggestions for a romantic date night in the Twin Cities under $50
Steve Kramer, frontman for the genre-defying Twin Cities group the Wallets, has died. He was found in his hotel room Saturday while attending the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. He was 59.Kramer and the Wallets released two original albums via Twin/Tone in the mid-'80s, including the cele ... More >>
Dynamic dance piece wins over national Fringe audiences
It's been a rainy start to our summer so far, but that hasn't stopped Twin Cities fans from busting out their ponchos and going outdoors to take in live music. Between Rock the Garden, Soundset, the Warped Tour, and shows at the Minnesota Zoo's amphitheater, concertgoers have had plenty of chances t ... More >>
How much does booking online cost restaurants? You'd be surprised.
Photos by Stacy Schwartzâ€‹Randy NewmanFebruary 21, 2011The Guthrie TheaterIn his recorded work, Randy Newman is a fractious figure. The top-flight composer working on commission rarely shares a sheet with the bright political satirist, and the vulnerable autobiographer never shares his regrets with ... More >>
Enzian44The mighty meterwurst.â€‹We have to admit--St. Paul is gaining an edge. On Tuesday chef Lenny Russo opens up Heartland's Farm Direct Market, where patrons can buy the restaurant's house-made charcuterie, jams, and jellies. It also will offer locally raised meats and poultry. But you'll have ... More >>
Be inspired by everything from an anime festival to a film noir microcinema
Sage Francis' label picks up Otter's 2008 release, Rebel Yellow
The famed writer of Angels in America is sharing his spotlight.
'The Pillowman' Is a Pitch-Black Comedy About the Desperate Stories We All Tell Ourselves
Do You Dare Enter the World of ‘Idigaragua’?
Café Brenda's new sister restaurant offers a virtuous take on fine dining
Minneapolis's restaurant scene is reborn—again!—This time with big money and farm-positive ideals.
Theatre in the round buzzes; the Guthrie announces another manly season
Last year my boss sent me to sit in a dark room for 150 nights. Here's what I took away from the ordeal.
Arthur Miller's 'Resurrection Blues' nails society's sins
The Shubert Theater takes one for the (new) team
The Directors Theater stages substantial one-acts to a flimsy audience; Idiot Box presents the comedy troupe's favorite reruns
A husband thrusts his wife toward madness at the Lakeshore Players; Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas make nice at the Jungle
Aesthete Oscar Wilde is the talk of the town again as the Guthrie Lab mounts a play about his trials
Motorcycles and lesbian parenthood mingle in The Gene Pool
As songwriter Ann Reed and her audiences have matured, so has her work. Perhaps that's the reason for her loyal, widespread following
The Twin Cities' most celebrated playwright and their most prominent theater finally meet--under questionable circumstances.
Music-wise, this weekend's Mill City Festival looks like a winner. Business-wise, it's a $1.7 million gamble.