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Erik Tormoen
Erik Tormoen is an Associate Editor of Minnesota Monthly. etormoen@greenspring.com

John Maus Returns, Comes to First Avenue

The electro-pop dissident's latest albums to reach their biggest home-state audience yet

Review: “Unexploded Ordnances (UXO)” at the Guthrie

The premise of "Dr. Strangelove" meets revelations on desire, love, age, and politics in a Split Britches production

The Dark, Masterful Poems of Hieu Minh Nguyen

Raised in East St. Paul, Hieu Minh Nguyen has emerged as a leading U.S. poet, with a prestigious new fellowship and one of 2018's best works of poetry in "Not Here"

3 Unique Ways to Enjoy the Super Bowl in the Twin Cities

Your classic host bars—plus a few different takes on football's big day (like men's knitting)

A Bed-Ridden Musical: “Flowers for the Room” Premieres at Yellow Tree Theatre

Jessica Lind Peterson, best known for writing "Miracle on Christmas Lake," debuts a musical starring a woman in a coma, with music by Duluth folk artist Blake Thomas

Rock What You Got: Revamped Women's Expo Rolls into Minneapolis

Ann Bancroft talks, Amy Thielen cooks, and more local women join forces at this new take on the Twin Cities Women's Expo

Award-Nominated Indie Films to See at the Walker Art Center

Members see Independent Spirit Award nominees in a lineup of the best, smartest, most crucial movies of 2018

Music Under Glass: Local Musicians You Should Know

Warm up with local music acts inside the Como Park conservatory

“Battlelands” Looks at Trauma from a First-Person Perspective

The film premiere at Mia uses veterans' body-cam footage to immersive, empathetic effect

A Birthday Tribute to Janis Joplin

At First Avenue on Jan. 12, Jill Mikelson covers the groundbreaking rock musician for the twelfth year