If you live in Los Angeles, you’re either in the production world or have friends who are. A long-time production friend, cameraman Ryan "Kron" Thompson, contacted me and told me he was going to shoot a music video for Doomtree -- one of Minneapolis’ biggest hip hop groups -- in Southern California. "Awesome! What's the budget?" I ask, and he interjects "We already went through it on travel and props, mainly the inflatables. Do you know anything about some old zoo?" Here's a look at how the shoot turned out. All photos by Tom Colvin.
With each spring brings the return of one of the most well-attended events at Macy's in downtown Minneapolis: the store's annual flower show. This year's theme drew inspiration from the artistic greats -- from Michelangelo to Van Gogh -- for Art in Bloom. The flower show will be at Macy's 8th...
The Decemberists came to Northrop to promote their latest album, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, but ended up playing mostly old hits to the delight of the sold-out crowd. PHOTOS BY MARK KARTARIK on March 24, 2015
The Decemberists Spanned Storied, Epic Catalog at Northrop
DJ Jake Rudh hosted the 14th anniversary of Transmission at First Avenue over the weekend. To mark the special occasion, the night included a meet and greet with special guest Andy Rourke of the Smiths who also did a DJ set starting at midnight. The crowd was large and appreciative, and the...
New York-based photographer Scott Heins shares a unique, inside-look at the Pillsbury A-Mill during its transformation into riverside artist lofts. PHOTOS BY SCOTT HEINS
Check out more from photographer Scott Heins's exploration of the Pillsbury A-Mill in our interview.
Here's a gallery of the "beautiful, the wild and flat-out weird...SXSW style pics," says photographer Jena Cumbo, who documented the people of the annual music, film and technology festival for the Voice.
• The Famous Faces of the 2015 SXSW Film Festival
• People of the 2015 SXSW...
It was all about books, literature, and stories at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts on March 19. The MIA was packed with people who came down to partake in the art and literary workshops while enjoying sounds by K. Raydio and the Current's Dave Campbell. PHOTOS BY MIKE MADISON on March 19, 2015
Here's a look at some of the projects in progress that contain some of the tallest, most expensive skyscrapers driving the development jamboree in the Twin Cities. For more information about the buildings, check out our post.
10 Skyscrapers That Will Change the Minneapolis Skyline
Sometimes you look down at a menu and it travels all over the globe and you start to get a little worried. What if they can't convincingly pull off Japanese, German, and Mexican all in the same day? But it seems like Pilgrimage is doing it: A fried banh mi managed an inventive take on a...
Plenty of people came clad in green, channeling the luck of the Irish (if only for a day) and celebrating St. Patrick's Day with the annual parade down through downtown Minneapolis. PHOTOS BY SUSAN DU on March 17, 2015