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

Weds // Preview Party: Brad Kahlhamer + A Nation of One

The M rightly celebrates their newest exhibition, A Nation of One, a big “get” as the first ever exhibition in the upper Midwest from New York-based multimedia artist Brad Kahlhamer. To welcome the ambitious survey show—which is full of large-scale… Continue Reading →

Thurs // Daikaiju Attacks Palmers Bar!

Watch out!! Surf-rock inspired by giant Japanese monster (kaiju) films might not sound like the soundtrack to a crazy party, but Daikaiju and their fans really do attack their venues like Rodan—the band of strange prog beasts perform in kabuki… Continue Reading →

More Weekend Happenings: June 14th-17th

Don’t forget Stone Arch Festival this weekend! The super fun festival has a bunch of local music all along the waterfront and more importantly a bunch of really good art vendors — INFO The annual Rebel Rebel RFP Bowie tribute… Continue Reading →

Since Stonewall

A cinematic tribute for PRIDE month, the Trylon teams up with MyTalk 107.1 and The Quatrefoil Library to show two classic films—The Boys in the Band, one of the first scripts to fully portray gay men, and The Celluloid Closet,… Continue Reading →

New Works 4 Weeks Festival: Isolated Acts—Theo Langston

Fresh off the demolition of their well-worn and well-loved Nicollet Ave location, Red Eye Theater recently named seven new artistic directors—many respected names themselves in Twincy—to helm the next iteration of the performance institution. Their collective first order of business:… Continue Reading →

Sat // Venn Fest

Although not one of biggest or best known names in the local beer scene, Venn Brewing consistently impresses us with their diverse-but-dialed-in portfolio of beers—and the routinely bustling atmosphere or their 46th st station. That kind of combo would make… Continue Reading →

Sat // Fair State’s Mixed Culture

Fair State’s Mixed Culture offers a nice change of pace with their wonderfully pared down and honed-in approach. The co-op brewery has curated a shortlist of sour and funky brews, top-notch pale ales, lagers, and ciders that drinkers mostly can’t… Continue Reading →