Free Tix: 10,000 Laughs Festival

We wouldn’t be Twincy: Comedy Town™ without a flagship festival! Thankfully the 10,000 Laughs Festival makes its return again this year. Along with local and national comedians (you’ve seen a lot of these folks on TV—or as your bartender) doing… Continue Reading →

Twin Cities Film Fest 2018

Kicking off its two week run of fantastic films, the Twin Cities Film Fest showcases a wide selection of independent films—so many so that you could easily see not just one, but at least two movies every day of the… Continue Reading →

Weds // Midway Bike & Brews

Now that the GD month-long rainy season is over, we can all enjoy some of the fall weather and foliage, best experienced on our bikes. Tap Rooms can help, too. The breweries of Midway in St. Squeazy host their monthly… Continue Reading →

Tues // The Gates: An Evening of Stories with Adam Gopnik

So what do you think long-time staff writer at The New Yorker, national and international award-winner, and overall big deal in the writing/journalism world Adam Gopnik has been doing in Twincy for the last week? We mentioned that he did… Continue Reading →

Weds // Transmission: A Tribute to The Cure

Friday Wednesday you’ll be in love! Even before Rob Smith and his merry band of sensitive goths were Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame nominees, DJ Jake Rudh’s Transmission heavily featured The Cure in its wildly popular dance night. Help… Continue Reading →

Thurs // Immigration Nation Live!

We’re huge fans of hometown immigration attorney Karen Lynum’s essential listening podcast Immigration Nation (add it to your regular rotation) and we also love seeing a podcast recorded live and direct. And, rule of three’s, the extra special guest for… Continue Reading →

Tues // Video Vortex Howl-O-Ween Horror Mixtape

If for some reason you only have time for one Halloween horror screening this season, make it the extra- extra- spoopy Halloween VHS mixtape brought to you by the Shoppe of Horrors Video Store and locals Maniac Video way out at… Continue Reading →

Vintage T-Shirt Pop-Up

It’s still fall and fall is still fashion season, so keep swapping out that summery wardrobe for cozier attire. And if you’re looking to add some cool throwback pieces into your clothing rotation, stop by Heroic Goods & Games this… Continue Reading →


Even though the gigantic bike-inspired poster show has grown out the small spaces of its DIY roots and into the giant interior of the IDS Center in downtown MPLS, the show’s top notch art is the same, the list of… Continue Reading →

Sat // Fresh Hop Fest & Fall Beer Showcase

While some of MPLS + STPL’s unlimited beer tasting parties have dozens and dozens of brewers on hand, it’s also nice to sometimes have a little efficiency in your sampling. For example: If you’re a hop head and only want a four hour blitz… Continue Reading →

Scapin at Open Book

A true comedy classic, the only way that Molière’s play about love, revenge, and family can get any better is if it’s staged with a powerhouse lineup with a top notch director. And guess what? Ten Thousand Things’s new run of… Continue Reading →

Sat // Twin Cities Book Festival

The largest and most important literary gathering in the Well-Read North, The Twin Cities Book Festival brought to you by Rain Taxi returns this Saturday to the Fine Arts Building at the State Fair. And with it, the event brings many happenings… Continue Reading →