Eat My Words bookstore has scooped up a tour stop from multi-(creative) Robert Hunter, whose transition from alt-Country singing to writing has resulted in a debut novel equal parts romp and reflection. Inspired by his wife’s battle with cancer (she… Continue Reading →
Take note, this one’s a two part-er: Fulton’s Gran Fondo celebrates its five-year mark with more beer options, more ride options, and more festivities! Saturday’s 100-mile bike ride winds south past Chaska to Belle Plains and back, dropping bicyclists back off… Continue Reading →
Nordeast’s daring indie publisher, Coffee House Press, is adept at plucking from the slush pile what become globally lauded books, including the Pulitzer-nominated In the Distance by Hernan Diaz and Eimear McBride’s A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing. They also excel… Continue Reading →
Psych-rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra‘s fantastic newest album, Sex & Food, dwells on life’s complications of love, beauty and loneliness, all wrapped up in a blur of disco and funk so we can acknowledge these challenges together and then dance it… Continue Reading →
All season, The Theater of Public Policy has been luring full crowds into the faded glam of Bryant Lake Bowl’s mini dinner theater to hear from political aspirants and reporters, and these guests field the sharp questions of moderator Tane… Continue Reading →
Most of your May 5 events are probs parties with cocktails; the way we see it, Norseman has planned a party for cocktails—a much better arrangement. Their Guest Bartender Program (the GBP, for those in the know) is a resident… Continue Reading →
The 24-hour gym beat out franchise giants such as Hampton Hotels and Subway.