Bob Mould of Husker Du & Sugar fame performed at the Dakota Jazz Club on Wednesday night in support of his new book, See A Little Light (The Trail of Rage and Melody).Â Mould alternated between reading portions of his book and performing the iconic songs that tell the tale of his life. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ on June 15, 2011
On a dark and stormy night, 80s pop heroes The Go-Gos were set to perform at the MN Zoo. People were dressed in ponchos galore, and waited over an hour out in the rain to hear such hits as "Our Lips Are Sealed" and "We Got the Beat," among other hits.
Marine on St. Croix, population 689, has always been a quaint stopping point
along Highway 95, but lately it‚s become a bona fide dining destination.
You‚ll find all sorts of excellent eats at Marine Landing, the Village
Scoop, Olives, Bikery du Nord, Marine General Store, the Brookside B...
Crave in downtown Minneapolis hosts Communion on their stellar rooftop patio. Dance music fans came out to dance to Jay Strangelove and Phil Good and enjoy $5 mojitos all day. PHOTOS BY DAVE ECKBLAD on June 12, 2011
John Waters continued his invasion of the Walker Art Center Friday nightÂ to perform his well known monologue "This Filthy World." Waters has taken over as of late with his exhibition "Absentee Landlord," which runs through March 4, 2012. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ on June 10, 2011
Amid rapidly increasing buzz, Foster the People rocked a sold out
crowd at the Fine Line on Saturday Night barely two months after
selling out the 7th Street Entry. Gardens and Villa opened. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on June 11, 2011
Funk legend Bootsy Collins funked up First Avenue on Thursday night with an 13-strong all star band that included venerable veterans such as Razor Sharp Johnson, Bernie Worrell, Frankie Kash, TM Stevens, and Blackbyrd McKnight. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on June 9, 2011