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

Cine Latino

Cine Latino, a celebration of Latin American and Ibero cinema, returns for its sixth run this weekend. The 14-film festival, which spans Thursday through Sunday, includes stories of family secrets and demands, sports, growing pains, and even extra-terrestrial visitors. The… Continue Reading →

Mon // Rafiq Bhatia’s Breaking English + WILLS

If you were one of the many people to miss out on Rafiq Bhatia’s brilliant sold out performance of Breaking English last October, you can right your musical wrong and catch the New York composer and guitarist (and “one of the most… Continue Reading →

Sat // Roots and Fruits: Exploring the History and Impact of the Women’s Art Registry of MN

In a busy weekend for art, find time to take in the new Roots and Fruits show at St. Catherine’s: The two-part exhibition combines period artworks and archival materials from the women’s artist collective known as WARM and explores some… Continue Reading →

Fri // And Justice For All Listening Party + A Tribute to Dimebag Darrell

It’s a great time to be a metal maniac, too. Metallica has finally remastered And Justice for All . . ., their seminal 80s master work that’s also widely regarded as the single album most in need of remastering. Down… Continue Reading →

Fri // Lori Barbero X JUNE Vintage T-shirt Collection Sale

Babe in Toyland Lori Barbero—who at this point is herself as much a local icon for being a celebrity host, contest judge, and DJ as for her band—will put up some of her vast (600+) vintage t-shirt collection to support… Continue Reading →

Sat // Change Machine: A Pinball + Comedy Benefit

The ladies of the Belles & Chimes MPLS pinball club throw an all-day party complete with a stand-up comedy showcase, a kick ass silent auction (items donated include Atmosphere signed LP, gift certs to Bad Weather, Minneapolis Tattoo Shop, Trylon,… Continue Reading →

Fri // Geniale Dilletanten: Subculture in Germany in the 1980s

It was the early 80s in Germany, and musicians, bands, painters were renewing a DIY artistic spirit in both sides of a split country. The brief Geniale Dilletanten (Brilliant Dilletantes) movement shone as brightly as it did quickly—and by brightly we… Continue Reading →

The Supernatural Convention + The Greatest Generation Podcast

What a great time to be a geek. Just this weekend fans of the hunky dark fantasy show Supernatural can get photos with the cast at the official Con at the Convention Center—but FYI there’s tickets available at the door,… Continue Reading →

More Happenings This Halloween Week

The Bryant Lake Bowl is turning 25 years young and celebrating with a party on Halloween. [INFO] The Walker Art Center gets in on the spooky film fun with their own showing of Suspiria (the original of course). [TIX] Hennepin… Continue Reading →

Thurs // Kamasi Washington—Heaven and Earth Tour

Aren’t we the lucky ones: The magnificent Kamasi Washington and his majestic jazz band have added a loop-de-loop to their 2018 tour and are playing in Twincy for a second time this year. Washington last rocketed us out of our… Continue Reading →

Halloween // Night Moves + Monica LaPlante + A Pink Dream + Love Sequence

Only on a holiday would you find this much talent in the 7th Street Entry instead on the other side of the door in the First Avenue Mainroom. Thank you, Halloween! Spend the spooky night up close with the timeless… Continue Reading →

Halloween // Dark Energy + c.Kostra EP

Our favorite retro-digital artist c.Kostra going in a dark minimal techno direction just in time for Halloween? Yes, please! And what better way to release an EP called Parallel Murderverse than with music presented by Dark Energy and featuring Nones Proj (experimental… Continue Reading →