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Let the 2017 block-party season begin! Hymie's, Bauhaus, Memory Lanes reveal lineups

Some of the most popular block parties in town have begun announcing their 2017 lineups, starting with Hymie's Records' outdoor bash for Record Store Day.


17 days, 179 feature films: It's MSPIFF time again

The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival announces


Free tribute to Minn. Orch. conductor Skrowaczewski will be a glittering farewell

Highlights to include a speech by Minnesota Orchestra cellist Tony Ross and a duet featuring the orchestra's former concertmaster Jorja Fleezanis.


Bob Dylan talks a lot about Minnesota in rare straight-forward interview

The music icon sat with journalist Bill Flanagan for a long Q&A posted on bobdylan.com


Jesse Johnson, Shelby J book Minneapolis gigs during Prince celebration

Both former Prince associates will play late-night gigs on multiple nights in April.


Theater Latte Da to revive its powerful 'Ragtime' on the coasts

Director Peter Rothstein and his creative team will remount the show in Seattle and in Sarasota.


Art at the airport: MSP International gets bright, massive new works

Art at the airport: MSP International gets bright, massive new works


Southside Johnny's joy-generating Jersey bar band delights Dakota fans

It was the first of two nights for Springsteen's buddy at the downtown Minneapolis club.


Piano legend McCoy Tyner to headline 2017 Twin Cities Jazz Festival

The former anchor of the John Coltrane Quartet will play St. Paul's Mears Park as part of the free outdoor summer event.


Former Walker Art Center curator remembers 'wild days' with dance legend Trisha Brown

Even as he mourns her, John Killacky has been smiling.


Step right up for a free Wednesday screening of 'Wilson'

"Wilson" director Craig Johnson returns to the Twin Cities to host the regional premiere of his Minnesota-shot comedy.


No new album yet, but Tool returning to Xcel Center anyway June 9

The arty metal gods will make one of their only 15 tour stops in St. Paul, where they last played to 25,000 fans outside.


Prince proteges Liv Warfield, Judith Hill & Shelby J sparkle at Dakota

They played two terrific, nearly two-hour shows on Saturday night.


Remembering Chuck Berry: He messed with promoters, sidemen

He set his own rules for getting paid and treating local musicians hired for each gig.


New play shines light on Chinese immigrant's journey to Minnesota

Minnesota's paper son: New play explores


A version of Prince's NPG will go on tour

NPG keyboardist Morris Hayes, top left, will lead the band. He was photographed with Stevie Wonder at the Prince Tribute Concert at Xcel Energy Center in October, 2016.

Morris Hayes will lead the band that includes Prince players from the 1990s and 2000s


Pentatonix, Loretta Lynn book area concerts this summer

Pentatonix heads to the State Fair, Loretta to Treasure Island.


Children's Theatre is bringing a show to South Africa

The company is bringing 'Seedfolks,' which premiered in Minneapolis in 2014, to a big youth theater confab in South Africa in May.


Memorial set at Guthrie Theater for late actor Richard Iglewski

He died recently at 61 after acting onstage at the Guthrie in over 85 productions since 1985.


Duluth writer and Oscar winner are up for Britain's biggest theater award

The London production of 'Nice Fish,' which debuted at the Guthrie Theater in spring 2013, is up for best new comedy.