It's "Festivus for the rest of us" at Town Hall Brewery tomorrow. The annual Seinfeld-inspired tradition eschews religion and commercialism in favor of community, and that's just what Town Hall sought in hosting it. "[We wanted] to bring the Town Hall community together before everyone leaves or b ... More >>
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Of Monsters and Men With Elle KingFirst Avenue, MinneapolisWednesday, December 19, 2012Having your songs played ad nauseum on the radio can either expand your audience, or it can make you seem like a sell-out. Icelandic indie-folk band Of Monsters and Men fall into the former category, coming off as ... More >>
This week, the Seward neighborhood's Tracy's Saloon & Eatery is celebrating the holiday season with TV's favorite secular holiday tradition, Festivus. To raise food and money for Second Harvest Heartland, Tracy's has dedicated the week to the Seinfeldian holiday by offering specials that encoura ... More >>
The Blacksheep Cafe in Springfield, Illinois is one of the shpookiest places I've played. It's all boarded up on the outside and is all graffitti'ed up on the inside. It's like shredder's lair If it weren't for Kirk and Dustin's tunes being so nice I would have been shakin' in m ... More >>
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