The genre innovator brings true house music to an ornately decorated Epic (old TVs painted and piled high across the stage), the show featuring DVS1 and Ghetto as Soul Control and hometown hero Chuck Love on live instruments. PHOTOS BY ANNA GULBRANDSEN on December 11, 2009
The Jets celebrate their 25th Anniversary at The State Theater reliving their old hits, paying tribute to Michael Jackson, The Time and Prince, and honoring their parents, who joined them onstage. PHOTOS BY STEVE COHEN
Andrew Bird's Gezelligheid shows at St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral proved to be the work of a master craftsman. Bird sang, hummed, looped and played violin to three lucky sold out crowds. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ on December 11, 2009
If you attend a Gallagher/Metallagher concert, make sure to wear a raincoat for protection. Some of the food you may find embedded in your clothes if you do not are sauerkraut, red syrup, mustard, spam, chocolate and of course, watermelon. PHOTOS BY STEVE COHEN
Swedish trio Miike Snow walked on to the stage at the Varsity Theater backlit by a flood of lights and wearing white masks, proceeding to delight the packed crowd with several atmospheric live versions from their self-titled debut album, as well as upbeat singles like "Animal." Openers were...
You can satisfy your sweet tooth with as little as ten cents (gumballs, Bit-O-Honeys, and Satellite Wafers for example) or as much as $50 (candy perfume!) at Sugar Sugar, a chic new candy shop in South Minneapolis. 3803 Grand Avenue South. PHOTOS BY JESSICA CHAPMAN