Five U.S. cities -- L.A., D.C., Baltimore, Dallas and Tulsa -- are already pursuing a costly and competitive bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics. Now, Mayor R.T. Rybak wants to consider adding Minneapolis to that mix.See Also: - Ely goes all out for the 2016 Olympic bid - Cover: Vikings stadium pr ... More >>
Bon Iver have been on quite a never-ending trek since they played the Orpheum Theatre back in September. And Justin Vernon and company are definitely a different band now -- at least in terms of public perception and recognition. Long-time supporters won't be surprised that their Grammy-winning mate ... More >>
Lovers of Death Cab for Cutie will get rewarded for showing up early starting in April when Low, our not-so-slow-core-no-more neighbors from Duluth, joins them for a spate of shows. This pairing is a huge coup for Low, who have steadily grasped more rock conventions in their work while ne'r negle ... More >>
If you don't know who Greg Rose is, you learn pretty quick after meeting him that he's one of these multi-tasker types. He's a dad so he knows how to maintain and distribute his energy into different things, all the while keeping focus on his work and the world around him he creates. He's a also ... More >>
In search of good dining in the suburbs
Minneapolis' Estate recently spoke to Gimme Noise about the group's recent exposure on a pair of nationally televised programs, their passion for remixes, and their unique approach to live shows.
Inside: Jungle Theater, Trylon microcinema, Chris Baker, and Solo 1x2
The Interpol frontman steps out with a solo debut.
Gynocentric Almodóvar returns with a distaff ghost story
An Almodóvar retrospective irons out the kinks
How do you get along with 18 million neighbors?
Light- or dark-roast? Far more intriguing choices--like booze!--await at a new generation of coffeehouses.
'Bad Education' takes a studious approach to the meta-movie
Will FBI contacts keep fearful Somalis away from the ballot box?
Fifteen of the best summer patios to grab a drink at this summer!
Following the white line from Colombia to your corner
Theatre Latté Da tries something wilde; Pillsbury House goes to war
Six bedrooms, two baths, hardwood floors, two fireplaces; walk to lakes, Minneapolis nightlife. Shown to pre-approved buyers who aren't worried what happened to the little old lady who owned it.
Globe-trotting curator Philip Bither gives audiences what they didn't know they wanted
Susana di Palma's latest flamenco noir involves one vamp, one murder, and four tarts named Delores
Japan's Dumb Type theater collective imagines a future beyond death
A journey through City Pages' past.
Traveling made easy through video
Who needs Paris when there's haunted mini-golf, moonlight bowling, and a wild, wild river right in your back yard?
Belgian Waffle: Brussels's Compagnie Pierre Droulers leap above the pack in an otherwise indulgent edition of Montreal's International Festival of New Dance.
The Clinton-sanctioned expansion of NATO stands to cost U.S. taxpayers something over $30 billion--and this to repel a tattered Russian army