Art and music come closer than ever with Minneapolis band Bollywood. Respectively, Bollywood was comprised of two musicians, Justin Sehorn and Preston Saari, but they found their band come to fruition with the addition of graffiti pop artist Mark Vomit. The band is set to release their new album OK ... More >>
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Howler, Astronautalis, Pink Mink, and more
Forum goes to the grave, but Rachel's *finally* opens...NOW OPEN Morgan's New World Tavern (14201 Nicollet Ave. S., Burnsville) The Nicollet (1931 Nicollet Ave. S., Minneapolis) Glory Days Bar & Grill (500 Fifth Ave NW, New Brighton) Modern Times (3200 Chicago Ave. S., Minneapolis) Sugar Pop (MSP ... More >>
Pink Mink lead the pack in our 20th annual best-new-bands poll
Raise a pint to local breweries
Minnesota Craft Beer Week is here! The Seven Corners neighborhood is home to the festivities, with Town Hall Brewery, Preston's, and Stub & Herb's being the epicenter. Here are a few choice picks of craft beer events taking place in Seven Corners and around town this week:~Monday, May 1 ... More >>
(Photo by Danielle Scott)Fans of local breweries, brew pubs, and hard-to-find craft beers will want to check out this unique seven-day festival highlighting the best of Minnesota beers.
Time to get you sexy on. Undead-style.
It's probably killing your sex life, but at least you can make some new friends this weekend when all Snuggie fans descend on Minneapolis's Seven Corners for the first-ever Minneapolis Snuggie Pub Crawl.
A judge orders the MPCA to take another look at a plan to burn 10 million tires a year
People in tiny Preston, Minnesota, have a lot of questions about a plan to burn 10 million tires a year in their town. Too bad the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency doesn't.
It's been a bad year for Lucky Jeremy, but bad years make great albums