Minnesota-based Whoa Mamma! is one of just four companies worldwide to produce lingerie aimed at the maternity market. On Sunday, June 1, they held their first ever fashion show at the View Restaurant and Bar. Read the full report by Jeff Shaw.
Trama, the man our Nate Patrin calls the Twin Cities' best unsigned MC, held a release party for his new "Barack Otrama" mixtape on Thursday night, May 29 at the Dinkytowner. Plus, there were cupcakes.
Revisit the iconic images of the month that was, and read the stories associated with them -- from newborn wolf puppies to the May Day parade, from leather-clad goth prom-goers to a hot dog eating contest, from dance to music to news of the odd and unusual.
The Vive Minnesota festival, which celebrates the growing Latino influence on local culture, happened over Memorial Day weekend. It featured bands, a kids' play area, a Corona VIP skybox, and yes, food.
Through Friday, June 13, local artist Adam Turman's prints are being shown at Artistic Indulgence. You may recognize Turman's work from these pages, including the cover image for our story "Nothin' But Trouble". See more of Adam Turman's prints at his site.
The fifth annual Heliotrope Festival of underground, underexposed and unusual music ran Thursday, May 15 through Saturday, May 17 at the Ritz Theater. See photos of Vampire Hands, Daughters of the Sun, Knife World, Skoal Kodiak and Sarah Johnson and read David Hansen's review.