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

Fri // The Decisive Moment at Praxis Gallery

The photo of the little girls cracking up at a large display of a naked bum is itself worth the trip to see The Decisive Moment, the new exhibition at the Praxis Gallery photographic center in their new South MPLS… Continue Reading →

Fri // Beers, Books, & Babes on Women’s Day at Modist

It’s International Women’s Day! Several of this weekend’s events are mixing it up and putting the ladies into the spotlight. Modist Brewing debuts its brewed by women, incredibly named zero IBU hazy IPA “Has that line ever worked for you before?!”,… Continue Reading →

Weekend Italiano

“Tutti a tavola a mangiare!” We don’t understand how people can complain about winter when there’s so many opportunities like Weekend Italiano to transport yourself over to the Mediterranean for a day or two. Big time purveyors and foodies like Red… Continue Reading →

Fri // Radiance Farmhouse Ale Release Party

“Who run the world brews the beers? Girls!” ~Beyoncé. Here’s another exciting women-brewed beer bash for International Women’s Day: The dangerous women at Dangerous Man Brewing have designed, brewed, and packaged Radiance Farmhouse Ale, which has been slow and dry hopped… Continue Reading →

Fri // Ōp-Nope Release Party

We’re such suckers for a good gimmicky name. From a young age, Minnesnowtans learn to use “ope!” for everything—excuse me, oops, damn it, etc.—and wide-ranging music maker, lyricist, and frequent collaborator Eric Mayson taps into that local zeitgeist for his… Continue Reading →

Fri // Black Market Brass Album Release

All week in the office we’ve been bouncing between Black Market Brass‘s new single “Undying Thirst” and their 2016 album Cheat and Start a Fight. Both selections showcase the band’s Fela Kuti-inspired funk, but the recently released track ups their… Continue Reading →

Fri // An Evening with Lazerbeak

Here’s our not-that-hot take—Aaron Mader is the most influential music-maker in MPLS + STPL in the past ten years. Just look at the evidence: As beat-maker Lazerbeak, Mader has delivered to our ears music from Doomtree, their ultra-hip spin-off Shredders… Continue Reading →