Mustache enthusiasts gathered at Pink Hobo Gallery to support the mustache-growing charity effort held every November that raises funds and awareness for men's health. PHOTOS BY MARK N. KARTARIK on November 11, 2011
Kanser, MC Juice, Crunchy kids, and spy mc provided the hip hop tunes at The Loft while artists Beker, Biafra Inc., Ergot, Flora, Rekonize, Ohde, Senza, Metrik, and Shiva provided the art using bodies of willing ladies as their canvas. PHOTOS BY DENIS JEONG PLASTER on November 11, 2011
Fronted by multi-instrumentalist Merrill Garbus, Tune-Yards played for a sold-out audience at First Avenue Saturday night. Minneapolis indie rockers Howler opened. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on November 12, 2011.
Setting up shop inside the renovated ice house building on Eat Street in the Whittier Neighborhood, Vertical Endeavors Minneapolis held their much anticipated grand opening this Saturday. PHOTOS BY AUSTIN FASSINO November 12, 2011
The Kitty Cat Klub's infamous monthly lesbian dance night, "Twilight", held it's final party Friday evening after nearly 10 years. The line to get in extended all the way down the block. PHOTOS BY AUSTIN FASSINO on November 11, 2011
Hometown hero Alex Brouwer, widely known as dubstep producer/DJ Vaski, returns to Minneapolis to give the locals a show they would never forget! The energy was pumping, the sound was bumping and the fans were going hard. PHOTOS BY NICK PATTON on November 11, 2011
The Kinks' Ray Davies performed at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul Tuesday, backed up for half of his set
by L.A. rock band The 88, who also opened the show. PHOTOS BY STEVEN COHEN on November 8, 2011
Pat's Tap, the new gastropub from restaurateur Kim Bartmann (Barbette, Red Stag, etc.), offers plenty for diners as well as drinkers. You'll find a killer roast chicken and other entrees, but your best bets are usually from the snack and burger side of the menu. Duck burgers, goat cheese...
Minnesota's No. 1 horror convention, Crypticon, invaded Minneapolis this past weekend at the Double Tree in Edina. The weekend-long event featured special celebrity guests including Alex Vincent (who played Andy in "Child's Play"), tattoo artists, numerous vendors, and Crypticons very first...