THURS // Shimmer Exhibit Finale with Improv by Members of TU Dance

John Foster’s first solo exhibit, Shimmer, comes to an end at Gamut Gallery this Thursday, and he’s going out with a bang. Members of the St. Paul contemporary company TU Dance will perform an improv series in this finale that will… Continue Reading →

FRI + SAT // Hipshaker Turns Seventeen

A dance night that’s almost old enough to vote! Locals Elizabeth Christian, Paula Carrillo, Ben Mena, and Kyle Schmieg, plus Eric Silvenis from Detroit and Berlin’s Dave Thorley all help Hipshaker! DJ extraordinaires Brian Engel, Greg Waletski, and George Rodriguez… Continue Reading →

Indian Horse Relay

“America’s First Extreme Sport!” The best Indian horse riders in the country relay race around the Canterbury horse track in full regalia in front of the grandstand, but it’s a rider-to-rider hand off. Each team consists of three to four… Continue Reading →

THURS // Dine for the Arab Film Festival

Lucky you, getting to eat World Street Kitchen twice this week! First, for sure, stop in on to the restaurant or neighboring Milkjam Creamery on Thursday for the special fundraising event, Dine for the Arab Film Festival co-hosted with Mizna,… Continue Reading →

THURS // Anxiety About the Precise Significance of the Present and Uncertainty about the Future

We love a good art show where the name is a big chunk of the write-up. Anxiety About the Precise Significance of the Present and Uncertainty About the Future, a mixed-media group exhibition, examines everything from historical erasure and cultural… Continue Reading →

SAT // Chariots Of The Gods Custom Van and Vintage Camper Show

Who isn’t turned on by the airbrushed artwork of a wolf pack or mountain lightning storm or southwestern-style pattern or wizard fighting a dragon on the side of a van? And the roomy plush interior? And the high on the… Continue Reading →

FRI // MAW + St Croix.Casino Turtle Lake presents American Money

The North is once again a hotbed of professional wrasslin’, and you can get in on the squared circle action when fans—both life-long and recently rekindled—live out dreams of meeting ’80s WWE icons when the one and only’s Sgt. Slaughter,… Continue Reading →


Connecting two separate pieces that use physical movement to convey themes of change, regeneration, connections to nature, hope, and forgiveness, “Interlace” from Berit Ahlgren and Elly Hollenhorst features an all-woman roster with a dozen performers using dance to tell collective… Continue Reading →

More Weekend Happenings

Pick a day this week to swing by ArtSpace Jackson Flats and see the variety of art on display and happening in the space for Iranian Culture Week — INFO Cheer for a chicken to poop on the last number your… Continue Reading →