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

Sat // Klituation 2nd Anniversary

How has it already been two years?! We still remember when the Klituation—the all-female dance night produced by the intrepid DJ Keezy—first hit the scene at First Avenue and hit it hard. To celebrate the second anniversary of one of… Continue Reading →

Fri // Johnny Rey & The Reaction + Little Man + The Carnegies

Having jumped back in the rock ‘n’ roll saddle after a long hiatus from his Johnny Heyday that ran from the legendary Longhorn Slim days with Flamingo and Flaming Oh’s to playing with The Reaction as openers for everyone from… Continue Reading →

Sat // Greenway Glow

Greenway Glow, this Sat’s fundraiser for the Midtown Greenway, promises a very pretty evening ride, with illuminated art (and plenty of snacks and beer) stretching from Humboldt Ave to the Vine Arts Center on Seward. The variety of participating artists… Continue Reading →

Iranian Film Fest

While the MSP Film Society has brought a vast range of international films to our riverside theater, this is the first time they’ve devoted an entire series to Iranian film. Planned in partnership with the Iranian Culture House, the series… Continue Reading →

Sat // Bittercube’s Rooftop Stars & Satellites

Hewing Hotel’s rooftop patio opens to the public on August 1, but until then you can get in for the occasional to-do – such as Bittercube’s monthly residency, a Saturday evening sip ‘n’ hobnob event that pairs cocktails and bites… Continue Reading →

Fri // Art Salon III White Page

A great group of over 20 local artists are all pitching in over 40 pieces of work for the White Page gallery’s third annual Art Salon. And it’s not just a fun art party—the $10 donation at the door goes… Continue Reading →

Sat // Atmosphere SCBY Meet & Greet + Coloring

It was waaay back in 2007 that Slug and Ant of Atmosphere released their Sad Clown tapes—long before they turned into Dadmospheres who like to Atmosfish—and to celebrate the groundbreaking series Rhymesayers put together a fun package that includes 20… Continue Reading →

Fri + Sat // Palmfest

As much as Palmer’s has been a longtime staple of the West Bank, live music has been a big part of the bar’s small stage and equally cozy patio. And now that band- and bar-man Tony Zaccardi owns the “Sorry,… Continue Reading →

Sympathy for the Devil (One Plus One)

It’s one of those films that’s just too good to be true, even though it’s true! Iconic French auteur Jean-Luc Godard(!) not only captured The Rolling Stones making “Sympathy for the Devil” in in their prime(!!) (and amazingly Brian Jones’s estrangement… Continue Reading →

9×22 SOLO: Judith Holo Lue Choy

Named after the modest dimensions of the cabaret stage at the Bryant Lake Bowl, the wildly popular 9×22 experimental performance showcase often features creative pieces from a few groups or individuals for each installment—so it’s always exciting when it’s one of the… Continue Reading →

Six Combines

Not so much an art installation as an experience created in a gallery space, Six Combines matches the work of MPLS-based sound artist Michael Masaru Flora and conceptual artist Christian Langheinrich at The Resonance Box on south Chicago Avenue. The very… Continue Reading →

Reading: Dan Kaufman + The Fall of Wisconsin

If for some crazy reason you weren’t sure why powerhouses like the ones in the lineup are so fired up for events like Lady Parts Justice—or more likely for our readers you just want more nuanced detail on how dark days… Continue Reading →