The Best Love is Free's fifth, and reportedly final, yearly show at First Avenue on Saturday night included performances by Astronautalis, Psalm One, K. Flay, Allan Kingdom and more. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on February 15, 2014
A frigid downtown Minneapolis was the setting for the annual Cupid's Undie Run where participants stripped down to their most creative skivvies and ran up and down Nicollet Mall to raise money for Children's Tumor Foundation. Pourhouse was host to the festivities both before and after the run....
612Brew held its first anniversary celebration at its northeast brewpub location. The event featured live music by Chris Holm, Picasso Baby, and headliner Nathan Miller & Unstoppable Company. The big crowd also could enjoy the special edition one-year anniversary shirts designed by Adam Turman...
Dance Pop duo Karmin, backed by a full band this time out, made a stop at the Varsity Theater on a cold Tuesday night along with opener Bryce Vine and were welcomed by an enthusiastic and diverse crowd of kids, parents, and everything in between. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on February 11, 2014
Visitors gathered to appreciate local artwork and enjoy food and drinks on Friday during the Love Stories pop-up at Chowgirls Killer Catering in Northeast Minneapolis. The event featured 20 local artists. PHOTOS BY BRIDGET BENNETT on February 7, 2014
Sweet nothings is a ridiculous phrase, is it not? We can all agree that we would rather have sweet somethings over sweet nothings. But with so much ganache, mousse, and buttercream, so many glazes, curls, and various nut brittles, how do you know which sweet somethings are worth seeking out and...
Musicians from across genres and the state participated in a 28-hour "drone-in" to support Doctors Without Borders at the Cedar Cultural Center. Low headlined the Friday night primetime slot. PHOTOS BY MARK N. KARTARIK on February 7th, 2014.
One thing's for certain... the start to 2014 was damn cold. Despite the frigid temps, tons of snow, and that brutal windchill, folks in Minnesota managed to get out of the house to combat cabin fever with live music and more.
A sold out First Avenue danced, sang along and danced some more Tuesday night as the Trey Anastasio Band satisfied the faithful with their horn laden, guitar jamming grooves. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on February 4, 2014
Austin psych rockers Black Angels performed at First Avenue on Monday night, bringing along the legendary Roky Erickson to open for them. Brooklynites Golden Animals opened as well. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on February 3, 2014