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Sophia Regina Allison, known by her stage name Soccer Mommy, performs at First Avenue venue on Sunday, Nov. 8.

Soccer Mommy showcases her virtuosic guitar skills at First Avenue

by James Schaak
Published November 11, 2021
The college-dropout-turned-indie-darling centered her guitar talent rather than her adept lyricism at her Sunday night stop in Minneapolis.
Musician Jada Lynn performs during an End Line 3 Concert held in the Whole Music Club on Friday, Nov. 5.

End Line 3 Concert highlighted local artists, raised funds to support water protectors

by Macy Harder
Published November 10, 2021
The event on Nov. 5 at the Whole Music Club brought people together to learn more about Line 3, support the fight against its construction and celebrate local artists.
15 events and activities in the Twin Cities to keep you busy this November

15 events and activities in the Twin Cities to keep you busy this November

by Macy Harder
Published November 8, 2021
Pass the time between Halloween and the holiday season by keeping yourself booked and busy with these end-of-fall happenings.
A retro-pop song dream and a “Voyage” by ABBA: Here’s five things A&E writers are loving this week

A retro-pop song dream and a “Voyage” by ABBA: Here’s five things A&E writers are loving this week

by A&E Staff
Published November 8, 2021
Give your week some meaning with new music, a mini-series and a weekday screening.
A tour of the Envisioning Evil: “The Nazi Drawings” art exhibit by Mauricio Lasansky at the Minneapolis Institute of Art on Monday, Oct. 27. The 33 original drawings will be on display until June 2022.

Mia’s new exhibition confronts humanity’s evil

by James Schaak
Published November 5, 2021
The exhibition showcases Mauricio Lasansky’s visceral reactions to Nazi war crimes.
“Dune” and “The French Dispatch:” New Denis, new Wes and plenty of Timothée Chalamet to go around

“Dune” and “The French Dispatch:” New Denis, new Wes and plenty of Timothée Chalamet to go around

by Macy Harder
Published November 3, 2021
Despite their many stylistic and narrative differences, the two highly-anticipated films offer audiences an escape from their present reality.
Dayglow lead singer Sloan Struble performs in the band’s show at First Avenue on Wednesday, Oct. 27. Dayglow sold out their entire Harmony House tour.

Dayglow brings ‘80s-esque indie-pop to Minneapolis

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published November 3, 2021
The vibes were immaculate at Dayglow’s Oct. 27 concert at First Ave.
Promotional artwork for She Kills Monsters by student Leslie Ritenour.

“She Kills Monsters” celebrates representation, encourages important conversations

by Macy Harder
Published November 3, 2021
The show runs in Rarig Center’s Stoll Thrust Theatre Nov. 11-21, and will offer audiences and cast members alike a warm “welcome back” to live performances.
Josh Peterson

Street Style: Halloweekend: University students celebrated the holiday in style

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published November 1, 2021
From movie stars to Mr. Clean, University of Minnesota students brought their costume A-game to the streets of Dinkytown.
The Halluci Nation brings its signature “powwow step” to Minneapolis

The Halluci Nation brings its signature “powwow step” to Minneapolis

by James Schaak
Published November 1, 2021
The Canada-based music duo blended electronica with traditional Indigenous music styles in their Wednesday night show at the Cedar Cultural Center.