THURS // Guida + The Short Fuses, The Toxenes and DJ Rock The Monkey

Italy’s premiere glam rock group with some of the most fun local rockers opening? Sì, grazie! Guida carries ahead all the attitude of the ’70s guitar rock that didn’t take itself too seriously with songs like “Wild Tiger Woman”, “Roll… Continue Reading →

WEDS // Lawless Distilling Presents: Dark Arts: Gallery of the Macabre

Lawless not only continues their super fun transformations—we loved attending their Camp Lawless with pizza-slinging guest bartenders—they’re going even more exciting with a season-fitting Gallery of the Macabre. For the next three months on Wednesdays, the tap room space showcases… Continue Reading →

THURS // Opening Party for History Is Not Here: Art and the Arab Imaginary

Along with the excellent local Arab-American arts organization Mizna, The M launches their big fall show, History Is Not Here: Art and the Arab Imaginary. The exciting exhibition explores the “Arab imaginary” through a wide variety of visual art, book… Continue Reading →

TUES // Night of Womxn

From just the beginnings of the Chroma Zone mural festival in St. Easy, things were shaping up (and taping up) to be a nice addition to the area. And even though the artists and attendees would want better weather, there’s… Continue Reading →

TUES-WEDS // Crispin Hellion Glover’s Big Slide Show

At this point more recognizable as his own idiosyncratic self than his iconic roles in “Back to the Future” or “Hot Tub Time Machine,” actor Crispin Glover transfers his performance abilities into a live multi-media show that include artful slideshows,… Continue Reading →

FRI // Seratones

Moving more toward a gritty soul sound and further from their earlier rock ’n’ roll vibes, frontwoman AJ Haynes and the other Seratones only build on their growing critical success with their newest,“Power.” But the musical evolution won’t slow down… Continue Reading →

Weekend Film Selects

Long-time Trylon volunteer Kathie Smith selected Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Cure for her shot at programming and the subversive Japanese thriller is one you don’t want to miss — THURS — TIX “Hey, Dr. Jones. No time for love!” It’s Temple of… Continue Reading →

Naïve. Super.

Making its national stage debut right here in MPLS at the Norway House, the adaptation of Erlend Loe’s ultra-hip Norwegian cult novel Naïve. Super.—one of Pete Buttigieg’s 10 Favorite Books, btw, lol— tells the story of a 20-something irreverently seeking… Continue Reading →

TUES // Eleanor Dubinsky

New York City vocalist, cellist and guitarist Eleanor Dubinsky captures the inspiring music the entire world has to offer and celebrates it through her multi-lingual performances that are as much personal as global. Her stop with her six-piece ensemble at… Continue Reading →