Author Eric Johnson

Poptoberfest Block Party

You probably already have a handful of Oktoberfests circled on your calendar because it seems like everyone around town has their own (not a complaint). The Shinebox, a local creative firm, is throwing a little bit different shindig with their Poptoberfest… Continue Reading →

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist

Rarely when we mention a DJ show on here are they THIS big, but DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist are huge names in the DJ scene. DJ Shadow, often considered the father of instrumental hip hop, and has played clubs… Continue Reading →

Fork and Forum: Joynoelle at Grand Cafe

We know you have a brunch rotation, because brunch is so hot right now. The quaint little Grand Cafe in South Mpls. is one spot you should add to the rotation if you haven’t done so already. You won’t be able… Continue Reading →

Abominable

We know there are more than a few big-time Bigfoot fans out there, so Trylon is celebrating this fandom with a Yeti series. The series begins tonight with “Abominable,” which tells the tale of Bigfoot coming out of hiding and hunting… Continue Reading →

Ladies Love Vinyl

You may recall the Ladies Love Vinyl event back in May (and hopefully you even made it out). Apparently it was a smashing success, because they are back at it again with a September edition of Ladies Love Vinyl at Harriet… Continue Reading →

Kitty Cat Klub Meowfest

Could there ever be a more appropriate show than Meowfest at Kitty Cat Klub? Obviously the answer is no, and there are going to be some great bands playing tonight including Annie and the Bang Bang, BUCKRODNEY, and Brian Just…. Continue Reading →

Yonatan Gat (Monotonix)

As you all know, the Turf Club is back in action and if you haven’t been out to see the new space yet (it’s awesome), this is a great show for your triumphant return. After spending years with Monotonix, guitarist… Continue Reading →

The Iveys Turn 10!

It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when Twincy became one of the best areas in the country for live theater because it’s seemed to be constantly growing for longer than any of us can remember. What we can say for sure… Continue Reading →

Final Walking Tour of the Made Here Season

We’ve been mentioning the Made Here series all summer, and hopefully you joined one of the walking tours at some point or have explored the series on your own (The pop-up art around Minneapolis in storefronts and galleries has been… Continue Reading →

Radio K & Freedom From Present: Cellular Chaos

There’s some interesting conversation about bands from out east in the comments of the Cellular Chaos show tonight at Hexagon Bar. Many of the groups don’t want to make the pilgrimage to Mpls., because it is too far for them… Continue Reading →

Festival Palomino

The heart of festival season has passed us by, but there is still time to sneak a few more in before winter rears its ugly head. Saturday’s Festival Palomino at Canterbury Park could easily matchup with some of the top-tier… Continue Reading →

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