The spring gig by Tomorrow's Modern Boxes closely follows a Northrop show last December by the Radiohead frontman.
The uncategorizable band keep baby boomers dancing while Lizzo treated a younger generation elsewhere downtown on Friday night.
After taking a break in 2019 because of funding issues, the Minnesota winter art favorite is back on track.
Rick Nelson highlights the best of his recent dining-out schedule, from a big new burger to a stunning lobster roll at Restoration Hardware.
The wild, nonstop audience participation may have made the biggest difference in her first of two sold-out shows this time around.
Across the street from Target Center, the club's two concerts and its restaurant the Depot Tavern will be impacted by traffic and protests that night.
Even though the stellar Larry Campbell filled in for Paul Barrere, the band was often tentative at the State Theatre.
Adrienne Edwards spent two years as the Walker before departing for the Whitney Museum of American Art
Tickets will go on sale on Friday, though there is a pre-sale now for American Express cardholders.
The gentle-voiced New Orleans veteran interpreted three-dozen tunes in his first of two nights in Minneapolis.
The Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association even raised an additional $15K from artist-donated work last month.
He had the robust voice, heart-tugging songs and playful demeanor to win over a sell-out crowd
Restaurant critic Rick Nelson highlights the best of his recent dining-out schedule.
Injury report: Buzzy British rocker Sam Fender cancels; Little Feat's Paul Barrere to miss Mpls. show
Feats won't fail us because guitarist Larry Campbell will sit in Monday at the State Theatre.
"The Maid," a short film by a New York-based artist, ties back to Mary Ceruti's past work at SculptureCenter.
Alan Seiffert takes over today after experience at NBC, the NBA and Viacom.
Minneapolis company announces $20,000 grant to spur women and people of color to create musical theater.
Paul Berglund, formerly of the Bachelor Farmer, is returning to his pasta-making roots.
She was removed quietly from an elaborate, three-story dollhouse at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. But the mysterious disappearance of the tiny doll — a…
A man sits alone in his living room, immersed in an inner dialogue about his depression. In a dark forest, foreboding creatures approach, only their…
Kids, run along now. Parents, let them run along now. They’ve got the law on their side. In one state, at least. In news that…
The animated kids series will hit the air in summer 2020.
Henriette Huldisch becomes the first key member of Mary Ceruti's new team at the Minneapolis multi-arts center.
408.22, up three points in past year
Until the taproom opens on Oct. 18, Falling Knife Brewing Co. will be tapping barrels at Twin Cities restaurants and bars, including Tilia.
The boy bands 5 Seconds of Summer, Why Don't We and Monsta X will also play the Xcel Center party on Dec. 9.