Even when the weather cools down, the Twin Cities music doesn't! Wednesday local rockers Usonia wrap up their residency at Cause while No Joy hits up the 7th Street Entry. Caroline Smith releases her latest record in the First Avenue Mainroom Friday. Saturday Ms Mr is welcomed by a sold-out show in ... More >>
This week marks several musical events in the Twin Cities. Duluth folk-bluegrass stars Trampled by Turtles celebrate ten years with three sold out shows (Wednesday - Friday) at First Avenue/7th Street Entry. Saturday, April 20 marks a very special occasion that is celebrated internationally, that's ... More >>
If you spent the weekend snacking on brains zombie-style, it might be nice to mix up the menu a bit and explore something a little less ... raw. Fortunately this Week in Food is packed with options, including City Pages' own Iron Fork competition.
See also: Top 10 street eats in the Twin Cities Top 10 cupcake shops in the Twin Cities Top 10 dive bars in the Twin Cities Could Indian food be the perfect regional cuisine? Its exquisite blending of perfectly balanced spices beckon equally in the sultry days of summer or on frigid winter nights. ... More >>
Michael Winterbottom takes Thomas Hardy's Tess to today's Mumbai
Stillwater's Lumberjack Days festival is no more. At its February meeting, the City Council voted to disband the annual celebration after an outcry of public disapproval and an ongoing investigation by local law enforcement. Sorry, Smash Mouth, you'll have to look for gigs elsewhere from now on ... More >>
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
Dip into something devilishly delicious this HalloweenThere is no shortage of ways to celebrate Halloween in the Twin Cities, from running 13.1 miles in costume in Team Ortho's Monster Dash Half Marathon to creeping around the horrifying Haunted Basement at the Soap Factory. But no festive ... More >>
Pink Mink lead the pack in our 20th annual best-new-bands poll
We had 108 local music scene peeps participate in this year's Picked to Click poll. Below, you can judge -- er, "peruse" the ballots of each and every one of our voters, along with descriptions of their contributions to the local scene. For more on Picked to Click, check out this year's issue, al ... More >>
Falling in Love with the Yogi Mountain Breakdown
Vik Uppal has a new spot in the nightclub district
Party like a troubled abstract artist at Town Talk Diner: The Jackson Pollock is the Drink of the Week.
Dude scores a job offer from Virgin Atlantic after tearing his in-flight meal a new one.
Which movies got you the most for your money in '08?
The venerable eatery brings its retro fast food to Northeast
Dogme vet Susanne Bier takes a new vow with 'After the Wedding'
Is there anyplace to get a great, cheap meal in this town anymore? Boy howdy, is there—here are six
The brand new Chambers Kitchen headed by Jean-Georges Vongerichten is good—but is it good enough?
A dozen discerning film fest picks
How do you get along with 18 million neighbors?
Jonathan Richman, modern lover
Film as a weapon in a time of war: Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival coverage.
'8 Mile' charts Eminem's path from poverty to self-empowerment
A Jesse-free review of the headlines that made us wince in 2001
They'd seem quaint if they weren't so eloquent: Meet the University of St. Thomas's loudest rabble-rousers
Framed, penned, screened, danced, sung, shot, delivered: City Pages lauds the artistic creations of 1999
The "Hindi First Fridays" series at Oak Street Cinema offers chai and sympathy for Indian film lovers
Queer indies broke ground at San Francisco's gay/lesbian film fest. But will they come out in the Twin Cities?
The fantastic fiction of the new India remains less strange than the hard lives of its poorest people.