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Steve Rushin's "Sting-Ray Afternoons"

The longtime Sports Illustrated contributor and Bloomington native pens new memoir
June 30, 2017

Secrets of Split Rock

The original North Shore destination still beckons
June 30, 2017

A Cyclist's Manifesto

Passing and passive-aggressiveness on the bike trails
June 30, 2017

Introducing Stokley: Mint Condition's Frontman Goes Solo

Stokley's new album pushes the celebrated Twin Cities R&B singer into the spotlight—but it's no vanity project
June 23, 2017

New Features at TC Pride All About Inclusivity and Keeping the Peace

Dancers holding off protesters, a space for those with autism, and more
June 22, 2017

Long, Strange: King Crimson Comes to the State Theatre

The prog-rock English ensemble brings its always-surprising, understatedly-goofy stage presence to Minneapolis
June 21, 2017

St. Paul Hip-Hop Artist Tackles Fear of Making Music with New Album

African-born Zaire Huruku released album “Born to Do It,” detailing life in his home country and the struggles of making it in the music industry
June 15, 2017

Minnesota Hip-Hop Festival Celebrates 10 Years

Last-minute cancellations, an amazing mid-storm performance, and strange rumors—all at this year's Soundset Festival
June 08, 2017

Cloud Cult Takes On Its Toughest Live Performance Yet

The art-rock band prepares to score its first cinematic release—live and in real time
June 07, 2017

Rob Morgan Is A Curious Person

The Owl City bassist applies his years of hanging back and listening to a new podcast—exploring local scenes with MN personalities
June 07, 2017