“I want to assemble things as if I’m storyboarding in my head. In a way, I feel like a casting director for sound.”
In a recent interview with Minnesota Public Radio host Andrea Swensson, rapper Chad Heslup (aka Longshot) talked about his history of involvement in protest movements since moving from Chicago to Minneapolis 11 years ago. He was inspired to join his first march after Minneapolis police shot and killed 24-year-old Jamar Clark in November 2015, and […]
This week’s featured gig poster was created by Minnesota-based illustrator Shawn Reed.
Towkio’s balloon trip to the stratosphere wasn’t just to promote his first album for Rick Rubin—the Chicago rapper also wants to talk about inspiration, perspective, and togetherness.
Also, the mother of police shooting victim Quintonio LeGrier is waiting for answers.
Also, Jason Van Dyke’s lawyer wants to move the first-degree murder trial out of Cook County.
A pilgrimage to Prince’s Minneapolis, a quest for enlightenment in “Silicorn Valley,” a freight-hopping-free trip to the Hobo Capital of America, and more stories of midwest exploration
The late artist’s purple reign continues in and around Minneapolis.
A listicle of what some might consider “midwestern food”
Two months ago Minneapolis black-metal band False released the year’s most anticipated USBM album, and on Friday they play a rare show in Chicago.
Dan on a cross-dresser in a nursing home, drunk straight girls making out, and a kid’s developing porn connoisseurship.
A look at this week’s matchups in the Big Ten and beyond
The best pie is in Osseo, Wisconsin
An in-your-face showcase of Minnesotan choreographers at Links Hall
In the Iowa debate, a Fox anchor cornered the candidates into a loyalty oath.