Blondie & Cheap Trick invaded Treasure Island Casino in Red Wing this Saturday to prove they can still rock 'n roll. Debbie Harry played dress up for her new album cover while Cheap Trick kept it old school. Both bands put on great shows and it was clear by the end of the night that the crowd felt they'd witnessed something special. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ on Aug. 21, 2010
The Glitch Mob launched their U.S. tour at First Avenue on Friday and started off with a bang on 3 drum kits, touch-screen DJing tools and crazy lazers behind them. While much of it sounded similar, the crowd seemed to enjoy the all-electronic set. PHOTOS BY JON BEHM on Aug. 20, 2010
Espada, So Gold, Petey and Anton killed it on Friday at their free monthly party, bringing awesome shirts designed by Adam Garcia of The Pressure at no cost to patrons. You know where to be on the third Friday of every month! PHOTOS BY KEVIN O'MEARA on Aug. 20, 2010
From coast to coast, gays and lesbians took to the streets with pride.
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SF Pride Parade 2012 (NSFW)
The 2012 Seattle Pride Parade
Houston Pride 2012: Live Out Proud
Pridefest 2012 - St. Louis
Twin Cities Pride 2012
Gay Pride Parade Lights Up New York
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Artsy folk can explore the great outdoors at the Field Day sponsored by MNartist.org. Part of the Walker Open Field program, Field Day takes place on August 27. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on August 19, 2010.
Moxie Salon donated their time and services last night at the 2010 B-Girl Be kick-off at the SIDESHOW visual art gallery exhibition opening. Check out the 10 faces behind the fundraiser, and their unique hairstyle fashion. PHOTOS BY B FRESH PHOTOGRAPHY on Aug 19, 2010
The 2010 B-Girl Be festival kicked off last night at Intermedia Arts with the multimedia visual arts exhibition SIDESHOW opening, featuring seven Twin Cities based artists working in varied aesthetics of hip-hop. The opening featured a DJ, a makeup artist, $30 haircuts and stylings by Moxie...
The third week of Four Nights in Loring: Local Bands, Local Films, showcased local soul-funk star Mayda along with a showing of the Diablo Cody-penned fan favorite Juno. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ on August 17, 2010