• Black Lives Matter takes on the Minnesota State Fair
    2 days ago by Mike Madison

    Hundreds of people marched down Snelling Avenue to the Minnesota State Fairgrounds on Saturday afternoon to protest inequality and racism. The protest was organized by Black Lives Matter and started at Hamline Park. The march was led by a…

  • Fantastic food at the 2015 Minnesota State Fair
    4 days ago by Tony Nelson

    Food from the 2015 Minnesota State Fair including many brand new offerings. Here are some of the standout food items from the first day of the Great Minnesota Get-Together. 

  • La Ceiba: The tour
    6 days ago by Tony Nelson

    Vacation giveth and vacation taketh away; the Caribbean is an enchanting mistress with a duplicitous underbelly. Just when you think you've arrived in paradise, there's a scorpion in the shower. And so it is with sweet, little, sometimes…


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  • Gorgeous scenes from the Japanese Lantern Lighting Festival
    8 days ago by Mike Madison

    It was a beautiful evening for the annual Japanese Lantern Lighting ceremony at Como Park and Conservatory. Thousands of people to watch traditional Japanese dancing, martial arts, and listen to music. The events all led up to the lighting of the…

  • Faces of the Minnesota Renaissance Festival 2015
    8 days ago by Tatiana Craine

    Lords and ladies, knights and jesters, and just about everyone in between flocked to ye olde Shakopee over the weekend to partake in the historical revelry that is the Minnesota Renaissance Festival. Despite the unseasonably cool and blustery…

  • Foo Fighters rock the Xcel
    8 days ago by Mike Madison

    Despite a broken leg, Dave Grohl kicked ass Saturday night at the Xcel Energy Center. The Foo Fighters' frontman rocked harder than most guitarists with to good legs while seated in a custom throne like chair designed after for Grohl broke his leg…

  • Free the Nipple: Minneapolis rallies for topless equality (NSFW)
    8 days ago by Susan Du

    People gathered in Gold Medal Park to promote gender equality by going topless in an inclusive, body positive celebration on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon.

  • Faces of the Chipotle Cultivate Festival 2015
    9 days ago by Tyler Bloomquist

    Masses of Chipotle fans gathered at Loring Park on Saturday, August 21, to indulge their taste buds with tons of tasty treats along with plenty of entertainment. Folks tasted tacos, learned about GMOs, observed a few demos, and even got our dance on.

  • Faces of Nye's Farewell Party
    9 days ago by Tony Nelson

    While the exact closing date at Nye's is still uncertain, the folks their began winding things down this past weekend with a tent party in the parking lot and lots of food, drink and live music. Sunday's lineup featured the Belfast Cowboys, New…

  • Nighthawks: The tour
    13 days ago by Alma Guzman

    While classic diners have been on the decline for a while, diners still exist in our food consciousness as inextricably American, wholesome and good. If you tried to separate from our culinary imaginations a malt arriving with the stainless steel…

  • Miguel electrifies the State Theatre
    16 days ago by Tony Nelson

    With First Avenue temporarily out of commission, Miguel's sold out Saturday show was moved to the State Theatre which, despite being a seated venue, became an even bigger dance party for the excited crowd. Rockers Dorothy opened the night. 

  • Faces of the Pop Remix Fashion Show at the Walker Art Center
    18 days ago by Tyler Bloomquist

    We might not be as big as New York, but Minneapolis sure does have style.  Pop Remix at Walker Art Center definitely showcased some vibrant Minneapolis fashion on Thursday night!  You didn't have to be part of the show to be recognized, either. All…

  • Fancy cat lovers of the Internet Cat Video Festival 2015
    19 days ago by Tyler Bloomquist

    We all know we probably spend a little too much time watching those darn cute and hilarious cat videos. What could be better? How about watching our favorite felines on a gorgeous summer night with thousands of other friendly fans at the Internet…

  • Cafe Racer Kitchen: The tour
    19 days ago by Alma Guzman

    In cycling jargon, a Cafe Racer is a lightweight motorcycle optimized for speed and handling rather than comfort. Not a bad name for a food truck and a scrappy little cafe. But dig deeper and you'll find that these bikes were designed in Britain in…

  • Go Fest '15 rocks Target Field
    24 days ago by Anna Gulbrandsen

    Go 96.3 put together a great lineup of alt and indie music for Friday night's inaugural Go Fest at Target Field: Matt & Kim, Cold War Kids, Yelawolf, MS MR, Big Data, and more.

  • Jason Segel revisits <i>The End of the Tour</i> at the Mall of America
    25 days ago by Steve Cohen

    Jason Segel showed up at the Mall of America for a red carpet appearance supporting <i>The End of the Tour</i>, parts of which were filmed at the mall. He later showed up for a Q&A with the audience watching an advance screening of the…

  • Green and the Grain: The tour
    27 days ago by Tony Nelson

    While we all like having it our way, a good place knows how to edit, keeping decision making to a minimum and lunch within the proverbial hour. It's only a salad, after all. With eight signature selections and a reasonable list of add-ons — pico de…

  • Kelly Clarkson wows the Xcel Energy Center
    27 days ago by Patrick Dunn

    Kelly Clarkson came to St. Paul in support of her Piece by Piece tour. 

  • Charli XCX energizes the Cabooze
    27 days ago by Anna Gulbrandsen

    Fresh from a wild set in Chicago for Lollapalooza this past weekend, sassy pop star Charli XCX energized the sold out crowd at the Cabooze on Tuesday night, currently on tour with Bleachers.

  • The Kills rock First Avenue
    28 days ago by Tony Nelson

    The Kills played an extremely energetic set to a packed First Avenue on an otherwise quiet Monday evening. Baby In Vain opened the night. 



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