Abbey Kleinert has been a busy girl — she just wrapped up her show at Altered Aesthetics , she’s the artist in residence at Articulture, and is launching her multidisciplinary print shop co-op called Recess Press . The co-op is… Continue Reading →
The Minneapolist Egotist points out that local film maker Justin Staggs is the most recent director for a Foo Fighters music video. Staggs entered a contest being held by the band for film makers far and wide to submit their… Continue Reading →
Despite working on fashion, twin Brothers Tim and Thom Navarro only just recently opened an adorable boutique/studio on Lyndale called YOU and ME. Their colleague, jewelry designer Katy Schmaty, also provides products — and some great insight — into the… Continue Reading →
Gimme Noise has a report on a fire broke out in the basement of the Lyndale Grocery and Deli late on Sunday night. So far no damage to neighboring Treehouse Records or The Bulldog has been reported.
When it comes to fashion, Danielle Everine knows her stuff. With last year’s Pale Rider collection and Voltage 2010 already under her belt, Everine returns for Voltage 2011 with an all sheer collection and a marvelous collaboration with Sarah White… Continue Reading →
The Barnes and Thornburg law firm in Minneapolis has partnered up with MCAD to adorn their office hallways with student work. The ever revolving collection in the firm gains the artists exposure and the pieces are for sale. “There’s a… Continue Reading →
Terrence Payne has lived and worked in the Minneapolis area since the mid 1990’s, building a body of unique work while exhibiting at museum, galleries and universities throughout the United States. His work can be found in private, corporate and… Continue Reading →
With Minneapolis formerly being titled the #1 biking city in America, we’d like to think our city knows how to accommodate a road-sharing system to fit bicyclists road-sharing needs. North by Northside has examined a situation on the Lowry Bridge… Continue Reading →