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Wild Flag, the new group featuring members of Sleater-Kinney and Helium, open their tour at the Varsity Theater Monday night with a jam heavy set along with opener, Yellowfever. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on September 3, 2011
Weisman Art Museum celebrated its reopening with WAMdemonium! on Sunday which had performances and entertainment for children, families, and adults. Activities included printmaking on t-shirts, Gorilla Yogis with architecture-inspired poses, and musical group Rogue Valley. PHOTOS BY MARK...
St. Vincent opened their tour with two shows at the Walker Art Center Sunday night, bringing together Annie Clark's lush melodies, crystal clear voice and searing guitar noise for an unforgettable performance. Welsh artist Cate Le Bon opened. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on October 2, 2011
In a crowded hallway of MCAD, the "Schoolgirls and Mobilesuits" conference on Japanese popular culture kicked off with an unusual fashion show. The fashion shows mission is to "visually explore the connections between anime/manga/pop culture and fashion". PHOTOS BY ED NEATON ON September 30, 2011
The sweet harmonies of Megafaun filled the Cedar Cultural Center on Friday night as the crowd stood in rapt attention. The band performed to an appreciative crowd filled with fans, friends, and family. Doug Paisley opened the show. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ on September 30, 2011
Minnesota had a raving good time in September. The first part of the month's coverage was dominated by all-things on a stick at the "Great MN Get-Together" (including Michele Bachmann crazy eyes). Fortunately, we rounded off the last few weeks of summer with hot fashion, food, music and...
"Cavalia", the magical creation of Cirque du Soleil co-founder, Normand Latourelle, is running now through October 16th in St. Louis Park off 394 and highway 100. The show, which combines the beauty and grace of nearly 50 Equines along with an extravagant and magnificently choreographed stage...
British singer James Blake shook the audience with his First Avenue
with his bass-heavy yet intimate electronic sound on Wednesday night.
Brooklyn indie pop band Chairlift opened. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on
September 28, 2011.