The Door Guy is a veteran of countless clubs around town. People say they've seen it all, but he's seen more. Write to him for everything from live advice to life advice.Dear Door Guy: I was one of those people in the front row at the Triple Rock last spring who got to endure the awkward experien ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsGet your pork on nest Saturday at the LowryAfter receiving the sad news that free bacon Wednesdays are over at the Triple Rock, there's another bright, bacon-related event on the horizon that is sure to lift your spirits.The Lowry's annual Bacon Fest is coming up on Saturday, July 2 ... More >>
By Justin BakerThere may not be two bands that have accelerated more rapidly and ridiculously to mass music geek adoration in 2012 than Of Monsters and Men and Japandroids. These are bands that were barely on the popular radar a little over a year ago that are now in the midst of U.S. victory laps ... More >>
How many degrees of Kevin Bacon separate an institutionalized Bellamy Brothers and a highly emotive Shannen Doherty? Two Bacons! That is, the Bacon Brothers. Or rather, one degree. Or...perhaps no degrees? This game always confused me. Figure it out for yourself.
Mykl Roventine via Flickr.comBeing broke is never a problem with Freeloader Friday. In this edition we have tons of really cool stuff to do. Including experimental theater, steampunk art, several art festivals, and a very special screening of Footloose. Be sure to practice your "seven degrees of ... More >>
ACT ONE, TOOThe Chanhassen Dinner Theatre's stage adaptation of the Kevin Bacon classic Footloose has won rave reviews and added some kick to a lineup of shows that usually features singing nuns and Elvis (not in the same show, unfortunately). Local singer/dancer/actor Ben Bakken tackles th ... More >>
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