Twin Cities musicians Chris Castino, JT Bates, Martin Dosh and more will mark the gigs' 30th anniversary at Hook & Ladder.
The Dallas rapper last played in town for the Snowta fest and a Super Bowl party.
Theater Latté Da's "Next Festival" will give audiences sneak peeks at three in-development shows, including a musical "Twelve Angry Men."
A GoFundMe campaign has been started for Keezy, who is due to lead the third anniversary Klituation party on Friday.
The collector, who also owns Dylan's Duluth house, plans to restore the Hibbing place as part of a museum project.
The Ohio duo packed Xcel Energy Center last October right after the release of its follow-up album, "Trench."
Playwright Lynn Nottage and Guthrie artistic director Joseph Haj discuss her work, which has won two Pulitzer Prizes, before the world premiere of her comedy, "Floyd's."
A Star Tribune "artist of the year" and a former Minnesotan, Arimah has been a finalist for the prize twice before.
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres has extended the Abba musical until February 2020.
The two-story food court will be replaced by local vendors.
The 34th annual installment of the annual fundraiser concert is intended to highlight rising struggles of Wisconsin dairy farmers.
The eight-month old restaurant and tiki bar is scheduled to return in two weeks.
Kyle sang "It Don't Come Easy" alongside an all-star crew outside Capitol Records in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Molly Diers, who resigned from the Guthrie scene shop, alleged she received poor performance reviews for 'protected' speech about inappropriate behavior in the shop. A National Labor Relations Board judge agreed.
The two music legends were at the top of their game in a dynamic double bill.
Jane Fonda took a range of questions during her appearance at the Ordway.
Soozin Hirschmugl will be celebrated Saturday in a memorial at Heart of the Beast.
Co-owners Nick Rancone and Thomas Boemer say that it's time for a "refresh."
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