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  • Art lovers at the Soap Factory's $99 Sale
    Art lovers united for one of the Soap Factory's annual fundraisers in which people can by an anonymous, original piece of art for $99. Afterwards, the artist behind the work is revealed to the buyers. This year's event featured the work of over 150 established and new artists. PHOTOS BY ANTONIO...
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  • Lost in Sever's Corn Maze 2012
    Server’s Corn Maze drew delighted families and children to their fall festival, which included an exotic animal tent, corn pits, twisting corn maze, live music, jumping pillows and various magic and wildlife shows last weekend in Canterbury Park in Shakopee. PHOTOS BY NICOLA LOSIK
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  • Fab finds at Junk Bonanza 2012
    The Junk Bonanza brought hordes of vintage treasures out of attics and onto vendors’ tables, drawing crowds to Shakopee’s Canterbury Park last weekend. PHOTOS BY NICOLA LOSIK
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  • Metric at the State Theatre
    Metric's intense light show literally made the show shine last night at the State Theater, but it was Emily Haines' energy and talent that really blew the audience away. Montreal's Half Moon Run opened. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ
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  • Antibalas at First Avenue, 9/11/12
    The Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra lived up to their name, playing a raucous, bulletproof performance to a packed house at First Avenue on Tuesday night. Minneapolis Afro-Cuban group Malamanya opened. PHOTOS BY ERIK HESS on September 11, 2012.
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  • Brother Ali: behind the scenes
    Iconic hip hop star and activist Brother Ali graces the cover of City Pages' September 11, 2012 issue. Brother Ali in his own words
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  • Colossal Café: The Tour
    Colossal Café's St. Paul branch, known for its breakfasts, recently added a dinner menu, and we stopped by for a taste. Owners Elizabeth Tinucci and her father, John, continued their dedication to scratch cooking by hiring chef Andy Lilja, formerly of Heartland. His menu is homey and hearty,...
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  • Too Much Love at First Avenue, 9/9/12
    Resident DJ Soviet Panda lends the decks to Triple Six Sound Club to wish him well before his mystical journey to New York. PHOTOS BY DAVID ECKBLAD on Saturday, September 9, 2012.
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  • Literati at the Revolver Launch Party
    Revolver, the area's newest literature publication, launched with an extravaganza complete with boxing and food by Chef Shack at Uppercut Gym. PHOTOS BY ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012.
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  • Kramarczuk’s Kielbasa Festival: Sausage & beer fans
    The family festival celebrated the shop's own meats, and polka and Ukrainian music. Visitors could sample everything from smoked apple and gouda bratwurst, lamb sausage, or just regular kielbasa. Lucy Michelle & the Velvet Lapelles played for the crowd. PHOTOS BY ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ on Friday,...
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  • Totally Gross National Party 2012
    Minneapolis record label Totally Gross National Product hosted a marathon party at Icehouse on Sunday night, celebrating the release of Marijuana Deathsquads' "Tamper, Disable, Destroy" mixtape. Joining them were P.O.S, Polica, Slapping Purses, Solid Gold, Plain Ole Bill, MaLLy, Crescent Moon,...
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  • Summit Backyard Bash 2012
    Local beer and local music came together to celebrate 26 years of Summit beer in the brewery's own backyard, featuring Doomtree, Now Now, Halloween, Alaska, Heartbeats, & Caroline Smith and the Goodnight Sleeps. PHOTOS BY ANNA GULBRANDSEN on September 8, 2012.
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