With cupcakes, pastries and tarts as pretty as a summer day (and just as delicious), Edina is thrilled to have Franklin Street Bakery open the doors to their second location. Both the baked goods and the décor are a vision of color and whimsy. Why don’t you let us give you a little peek with this new slideshow? PHOTOS BY MICHELLE LEON
Franklin Street Bakery
3904 Sunnyside Rd., Edina, 952.929.2253
Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Aimee Mann plays the first of 3 shows to start a new acoustic tour at the Dakota Monday night along with kid sister Patches & Gretchen who brought special guest violinist Scarlet Rivera. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on Sept. 13, 2010
Kele brought an energetic dance party to 7th Street Entry, getting the crowd moving with both original tunes and a medley of material from Bloc Party's back catalog. With openers Innerpartysystem and Does it Offend You, Yeah? PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on September 12, 2010.
Mark Olson played both solo tunes and familiar Jayhawks songs in an intimate set at the Varsity Theater's "Quiet, Please" series with Ray Woods on drums and guest stars Gary Louris on guitar and harmonies and Mike "Razz" Russell on fiddle. PHOTOS BY ALEXA JONES on September 12, 2010.
Often called a band meant to be experienced live, the duo from Austin certainly lived up to that reputation on Friday night in the First Ave mainroom. Their winning recipe: take a lead singer whose larger-than-life energy kept him strutting and swinging his hair all over stage, add a caped...
Maybe it's the bath salt epidemic in Los Angeles and Miami, Florida or the 2012 end of the world hysteria. Whatever the cause, our generation's apocalypse fantasy has taken the form of the undead. From coast to coast, here's proof of the zombie takeover.
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Wednesday night at the Cedar Cultural Center, politically charged punk folk hero Billy Bragg joined opener Darren Hanlon for a genuine night of song, humorous storytelling and fist-raising commentary on the state of our nation. PHOTOS BY ALEXA JONES on September 8, 2010.
Thom Pham’s Wondrous Azian Kitchen is a throwback to classic Chinese-American dining, with plenty of new tricks and an epically large menu—including sushi and weekend Dim Sum—in a space that is colorful and fun. PHOTOS BY MICHELLE LEON
Thom Pham's Wondrous Azian Kitchen
533 Hennepin Ave.,...