Songwriting legend John Prine visits the Twin Cities with his band, guitarist Jason Wilbur and bassist Dave Jacques along with openers Pieta Brown and Bo Ramsey. PHOTOS BY STEVE COHEN on Sept. 25, 2010
Nothing was too sacred for stand-up comics Lisa Lampanelli and opener Joe Joe Bartnick, but the uproarious laughter proved that the diverse audience expected nothing less of the Lovable Queen of Mean. She said many times throughout the show how impressed she was by the "unoffendable" audience...
A fashion forward crowd gathered Friday night at the MNFashion Atrium for the Pale Rider Runway show. The new works by Raul Osorio and Danielle Everine were received very positively by the energetic onlookers. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN CARTER GRIMES
Slash tweets about his show at the Medina Ballroom Thursday night: "That was a killer gig! Crazy room but fantastic crowd. Took a minute to warm them up. But once we got over the hump it was on! Iii|; )," PHOTOS BY STEVE COHEN on September 23, 2010.
Janelle Monae shared a stage with her hometown friends Of Montreal to put on a fantastically entertaining show at a sold out First Avenue on Thursday night. Monae started the night conjuring up the late James Brown, while Of Montreal kicked off a major dance party in the mainroom. PHOTOS BY...
Despite the presence of indie gods Arcade Fire across town on the same night, Brooklyn pop duo Matt and Kim drew a respectable, if youngish crowd at First Avenue on Wednesday night. The pair put a tremendous amount of energy into their dance/rock arrangements that got the crowd moving...
Arcade Fire tore up Roy Wilkins in St. Paul Wednesday night, treating the full house to a mix of new songs and old hits as the first stop on their tour. Latin and Americana-influenced rockers Calexico opened the show. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ on Sept. 22, 2010
Nine extraordinary chefs created nine sumptuous dishes last Thursday, September 16th, 2010 at Solera for the Celebrity Chef Tour, a benefit for the James Beard Foundation. Savor the artistry of each course in this new slideshow. PHOTOS BY STEVE NEUHARTH AND MICHELLE LEON on September 16th, 2010
New York-based shoegaze/electro-pop band School of Seven Bells mesmerized a full crowd at the entry, and L.A. band Active Child opened the night in great form. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN GRIMES on September 19, 2010.
There are few bands that can unleash instant pandemonium like Wayne Coyne and his band of merry pranksters in the Flaming Lips, as thousands of fans who packed Roy Wilkins Hall Sunday night can testify. With opener Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti. PHOTOS BY NICK VLCEK on September 19, 2010.