Here’s what we’re recommending you go to this week!

Whiz Bang Days Celebration

Bird Town (as we know it) aka Robbinsdale (as you maybe know it) has a proud history of wrasslin’, so we shouldn’t be so surprised to see the high flyin’ brawlers and knuckle sandwich makers and #1 heel Darin Corbin… Continue Reading →

Sat // The Beer & Bacon Classic

Previous beer fest experiences (and there have been many) indicate the snacklace is reaching an all-time high in sophistication—but you’ll want to leave it at home for this one. Consider it research for your next creation: the Bacon and Beer… Continue Reading →

Lumières Françaises + Bastile Day

Did the MSP Film Society know France would be on the cusp of a World Cup win when they planned their week of independent French film? DID THEY? The smarties actually likely scheduled Lumières Françaises to coincide with Sat’s Bastille… Continue Reading →

Bell Museum Grand Opening

The Bell Museum celebrates nearly 150 years of existence, 50 years of active learning programs, and 24 feet of woolly mammoth at its grand opening this weekend, which welcomes the public to experience its beautifully grandiose new digs in St…. Continue Reading →

Mon // Low Cut Connie In-Store Performance & Signing

Barely a month out from their Rock the Garden appearance, rock-and-roll group Low Cut Connie is stopping by the Electric Fetus to sign copies and play a few songs from their newest record Dirty Pictures (part 2). They won’t return… Continue Reading →

Weds // TV Girl + Infinity Crush + Cheap Fantasy

“Here in New York you don’t need excuses to dress like a girl.” The effortless hipster cool of TV Girl’s sound mixes a sunny produced pop, throwback to ’60s French yé-yé, with more relaxed late night beats and samples, making them… Continue Reading →

Thurs // The Summit Ratskeller’s Grand Reopening

Summit opened the door through which many of our local independent brewers have passed and they continue to be staples of any smart beer drinker’s fridge. And speaking of smart: The brewery stepped back nine months ago to re-do their… Continue Reading →

Tattersall 3rd Birthday Party

Thanks to the spirits, cocktails, pop-ups, dance nights—just their overall top shelf vibe, really—Tattersall has occupied a special spot in the Twincy foodie and Arts & Culture scene and maybe that’s why it feels like they’ve been here a lot longer… Continue Reading →

Tues // Eighth Grade

This newsletter is as much to keep you in the loop as get you at the door, so in that spirit we’re sharing the MSP Film Society’s way-sold out free screening of Eighth Grade. The film with big-time buzz painting… Continue Reading →

Tues // Gabe Douglas + Nick Costa

The chief howler behind the beloved 4ontheFloor and Silverback Colony, Gabe Douglas also has a musical side that’s as soft as his luscious beard—how appropriate that Douglas named his new stripped down solo project of bluesy rock ‘n’ roll tunes… Continue Reading →

Coffee House Press Summer BBQ

As if publishing mind-probing, genre-bending literature isn’t enough, Coffee House Press has a knack for throwing really good parties. Grillables and good beer are on the menu for their summer whizbang, sprawled out by the railroad tracks adjacent to their… Continue Reading →

Reading: Amber Tamblyn + Any Man

Amber Tamblyn, Time’s Up founder, and current Poet in Residence at Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls, is in town this week to read from her latest novel ANY MAN: It’s a thriller, which departs from her poetry repertoire in genre, but… Continue Reading →