Not long after its five-year anniversary, another popular dance night bites the dust. For the time being, the Triple Rock Social Club's Triple Double on Tuesdays has been shut down.The reason being cited is an understandable one. Too much negative energy, and too many fights in recent months. In oth ... More >>
She just dances and keeps on dancing. She holds her glass up high, and pours out her beer as it splashes on the dance floor below. Instead of pouring some out for her homies, she is pouring some out for her girls' night out, or maybe the calculus exam she bombed earlier in the day. This is Rack C ... More >>
It's been a hot and stormy week, but we've got our fingers crossed that tomorrow is going to be a beautiful day. Hear that, rain gods? TOMORROW WILL BE BEAUTIFUL. It had better be; there's more than one slammin' outdoor concert scheduled for tomorrow afternoon, and it would be a shame to see any ... More >>
Not to be outdone by the Pizza Luce Block Party, Totally Gross National Product, Nick & Eddie, and Ryan Olson have put together an amazing day and night of the Cities' best way-goddamn-left-of-center musicians and artists, including Mike 2600, Poop Smeared Mirror (Knife World with added insan ... More >>
Just by the headline you can tell Adam Garcia must be a talented man, and like all talented men, they move away (not even hiding our jadedness!). Garcia, known back in the day in the Twin Cities as "Snakebird" was an instrumental designer in the hip-hop and street art scenes before moving to Phi ... More >>
Wes Winship took some time away from stressing about bass cabinets and screenprints to talk to Gimme Noise about Dre.
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Dance the night away with a sweet transvestite.
Photos from First Avenue this weekend.
Their latest tour is pointing them homeward bound
Celebrating the Dr.'s birthday in bacchanalian fashion
Surreal skateboard artist and dreamworld designer Aaron Horkey left the city for a place where cats go to die
A shared taste for gunplay and graffiti brings together a new art-gallery posse