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Erik Tormoen

Erik Tormoen
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Erik Tormoen is an Associate Editor of Minnesota Monthly. etormoen@greenspring.com
The Blenders turn 30 (left to right): Allan Rust, Tim Kasper, Darren Rust, Ryan Lance

From Boy Band Potential to A Cappella Supremacy: The Blenders at 30

A documentary, a new single, and the annual Holiday Soul Tour mark three decades of the Blenders
Last year's "Thought in Motion" production

Weekend Best Bets: Dec. 6-8

This weekend around the Twin Cities: Handel’s ”Messiah,” holidays with the Craft Council, and more
Schnitzel

Weekend Best Bets: Nov. 29-Dec. 1

This Thanksgiving weekend around the Twin Cities: turkey dinners, Hmong New Year, holiday markets, "Six," and more
Mall of America is closed Thanksgiving but offers giveaways on Black Friday weekend

Your Guide to Black Friday, Plaid Friday, Small Business Saturday—and the Alternatives

Markets are popping up with a focus on local, indie shops
Winter Lights at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum

Weekend Best Bets: Nov. 22-24

This weekend around the Twin Cities: Charlie Parr, art at Mia, Christmas at the Jungle, and more
Expressionist Figure/"Name No Names," by ©Marlene Dumas, 2005

Weekend Best Bets: Nov. 15-17

This weekend around the Twin Cities: Maria Bamford, "Pride and Prejudice," charcuterie how-to, and more
Co-hosts of the new podcast "What's Good, Man?" (from left): Tony "the Scribe" Williams and Kyle "Guante" Tran Myhre

“What’s Good, Man?”: New Podcast Explores Toxic Masculinity

Two Minneapolis hip-hop and spoken-word artists are going where feminist women have long asked men to go: the root of what it means to be a man
Jonathan Van Ness

Weekend Best Bets: Nov. 1-3

Around the Twin Cities: Celine Dion, Jonathan Van Ness, jazz, "Cinderella," and more

How to Spend Halloween: From Kid-Friendly to Spooky

Trick-or-treat, freak out, or dress up for one of our editors' picks on Halloween
Rajane Katurah as Cinderella

Best Events in MN, Nov.-Dec. 2019

These 30 events mark the best ways to round out 2019—from musicals and comedy shows to holiday markets and gingerbread houses