Since its premature demise 20-some years ago, the television series Twin Peaks has found new fans too young to remember the show's brief broadcast run. Devoted viewers now host festivals and write fan fiction, but one thing that's been relatively static is Angelo Badalamenti's evocative score. From ... More >>
The third City Pages West Bank Music Festival is this week! As in years past, Cedar Avenue will be packed with performances inside the bars in the West Bank neighborhood, and the street itself will host an outdoor stage of some of the area's most captivating live performers.Leading the way are punk- ... More >>
A cure for cabin fever is a weekend full of music.
There are never enough days in the weekend.
Greater Minds pays little attention to convention
Sad news to hit the local arts world today: The long-running Stone Arch Festival of the Arts, which annually showcased over 200 artists and four free stages of music along St. Anthony Main, will be no more. The festival's founder, longtime local music advocate Ira Heilicher (son of legendary Soma ... More >>
Hoolie Fest, the local music blowout that takes over Shuga Records during Art-A-Whirl weekend, is now in its second year and bigger than ever. Over 75 local bands will perform on two stages starting Friday (see below for the full schedule), and the eclectic lineup is designed to keep people wande ... More >>
(Artwork by: David Wright) Starting this Thursday, local artists at Interact Studio's Inside Out Gallery will present their food inspired creations from paintings made with coffee ink to veggie infused textiles at the "Eat Art" exhibit in the North Loop.
(Find out what's on top and bottom of this image at "Exquisite Robot." Artwork by Rogue Citizen)It's an insanely awesome weekend for free stuff. In this edition of Freeloader Friday we have a dance night that encourages bold displays of affection, a party celebrating nerds, art that features both ... More >>
There are 50 bands performing at the outdoor arts and music extravaganza Stone Arch Festival of the Arts this weekend. We outlined our top eight recommended acts in this week's print edition, from the James Buckley Trio to Fort Wilson Riot to Painted Saints -- but there are many, many more acts w ... More >>
From James Buckley Trio to Painted Saints
Screw that $100 cover charge. These parties are free.
It may seem greedy, but we couldn't confine ourselves to fewer than 13 riotous / melodious / prodigious records
Paul Fonfara finds life ain't easy for a man with haunted visions
Trolling for hooks in the office clutter