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All content by Andrew Penkalski

Mystery machines

by Andrew Penkalski
Published August 10, 2011
Take note of that bewildered face on Aziz Ansari. Youll be wearing it twenty minutes into the viewing.

Failing to deliver

by Andrew Penkalski
Published August 10, 2011
In this publicity image released by Fox Searchlight, Brit Marling portrays Rhoda Williams in a scene from Another Earth. (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight)

Welcome to Earths

by Andrew Penkalski
Published August 3, 2011
Joey Ryan (center) and his bandmates are appropriately all smiles.

Pop art

by Andrew Penkalski
Published July 27, 2011
Wes Winship of Co Exhibitions explains the ideas behind, “Trust me!” which is on display through August 6th.

A matter of trust

by Andrew Penkalski
Published July 20, 2011
After ten years with Radio K, Out of Step, a punk themed radio show is moving to a podcast.

Out of line

by Andrew Penkalski
Published July 20, 2011
Church of rock

Church of rock

by Andrew Penkalski
Published July 13, 2011
Matt Pryor (front right) isnt as brooding as this picture would have you believe.

Grown up kids

by Andrew Penkalski
Published July 6, 2011
Comedian Moshe Kasher looks like a gay Hitler. His words, not ours.

Try to keep up

by Andrew Penkalski
Published June 29, 2011
Tender is the night

Tender is the night

by Andrew Penkalski
Published June 29, 2011
Teen wolves

Teen wolves

by Andrew Penkalski
Published June 22, 2011
Actors Steven Meerdink (left) and Joseph Bombard (right) get low.

Dirty Dancing

by Andrew Penkalski
Published June 15, 2011
A creative clan

A creative clan

by Andrew Penkalski
Published June 15, 2011
“Innuendo” by Abstract expressionist James Wrayge is happening at Rosalux Art Gallery now through June 25.

Hidden in the hues

by Andrew Penkalski
Published June 8, 2011
Gears and Galleries

Gears and Galleries

by Andrew Penkalski
Published June 1, 2011
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“Live” and let die

by Andrew Penkalski
Published June 1, 2011
Zach Galifianakis (center) and Ed Helms (left) bring the films few laughs.

Drunk and Disorderly

by Andrew Penkalski
Published May 25, 2011

Little big rock

by Andrew Penkalski
Published May 25, 2011
Anthony Hopkins as Odin bestows celestial wisdom to Chris Hemsworths Thor, left.

Ride the lightning

by Andrew Penkalski
Published May 5, 2011
Big kid stuff

Big kid stuff

by Andrew Penkalski
Published April 14, 2011
Hanna looks toward the kill

Kitty can scratch

by Andrew Penkalski
Published April 7, 2011
One, Two, Three, Floor!

One, Two, Three, Floor!

by Andrew Penkalski
Published March 31, 2011
Patrick Stickles, second from the left, and his raucous group of losers will open for Bright Eyes at First Avenue Tuesday and Wednesday.

The jewel of Jersey

by Andrew Penkalski
Published March 31, 2011
Is this it?

Is this it?

by Andrew Penkalski
Published March 24, 2011
Foer stands tall with his major award.

Remember! Remember!

by Andrew Penkalski
Published March 24, 2011
Gayngs ringleader looks effortlessly cool in front of his group’s signature emblem.

Going out “West”

by Andrew Penkalski
Published March 3, 2011
Just frontman Thom Fox naturally appears more blue-collard than rock star.

Anyone can play guitar

by Andrew Penkalski
Published March 3, 2011
Frontman Cullen Omori, center, will lead the group to the Triple Rock on Thursday.

Wild, wild Westerns

by Andrew Penkalski
Published February 24, 2011

Growing pains

by Andrew Penkalski
Published February 24, 2011
Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project Curator Tricia Khutoretsky sets up artwork Wednesday to be displayed in the “Navigating the Aftermath” collection at the Regis Center for the Arts. The collection focuses on the ongoing struggle in Iraq and will open Friday.

The art of war

by Andrew Penkalski
Published February 17, 2011
Local trio The Color Pharmacy will be playing at Triple Rock Social Club on Friday night.

Over-the-counter rock

by Andrew Penkalski
Published February 17, 2011
Jack Ventimiglia of Housepet kicks back at his apartment on Saturday in downtown Minneapolis.

Pet sounds

by Andrew Penkalski
Published February 10, 2011

Kaleidoscope Sounds

by Andrew Penkalski
Published February 10, 2011
Artist Kate Johnson holds her clay jar Saturday that will be on display in the Online (Dis)connect exhibit at Altered Esthetics from February 3-Feburary 24. This group exhibit addresses modern online social networking and communication.

Staying Connected

by Andrew Penkalski
Published February 3, 2011

Songs from the swamp

by Andrew Penkalski
Published February 3, 2011
A little more than luck

A little more than luck

by Andrew Penkalski
Published January 27, 2011
Actors Timothy Otte and Sarah Frazier tend to alterations in A Very Lovely Dress, the productions dramatic highlight.

Political parts

by Andrew Penkalski
Published January 20, 2011
Ralphie Dons his iconic Christmas peejays.

The holiday spotlight

by Andrew Penkalski
Published December 9, 2010

Resuscitating painting

by Andrew Penkalski
Published November 24, 2010

Enter “The Room”

by Andrew Penkalski
Published November 18, 2010
Julio Campos of El Salvador looks at work by Cuban emmigrant Antonio Guerrero at the exhibition “From My Altitude” that opened on Friday at Homewood Studios in Minneapolis.  Guerrero is currently incarcerated in Colorado for alleged acts of espionage against the United States.

From behind bars

by Andrew Penkalski
Published November 11, 2010
Nicolay on a sad day.

Staying Positive

by Andrew Penkalski
Published November 4, 2010
The soda pop Santa

The soda pop Santa

by Andrew Penkalski
Published November 4, 2010
Adding to the Stash

Adding to the Stash

by Andrew Penkalski
Published October 28, 2010
Sleeping In The Aviary

Do Birds Sing?

by Andrew Penkalski
Published October 14, 2010

Classroom crusader

by Andrew Penkalski
Published October 7, 2010

Blending the lines

by Andrew Penkalski
Published October 7, 2010
Cultural candy

Cultural candy

by Andrew Penkalski
Published September 30, 2010
The band will be playing a benefit concert this Saturday at Epic.

Living with the afterglow

by Andrew Penkalski
Published September 23, 2010
Allen Brewer and wife Pamela Valfer discuss their “Alternative Futures” exhibit on Friday morning at the Soo Visual Arts Center in Uptown. Their pieces explore the history in re-worked discarded material.

Reshaping the past

by Andrew Penkalski
Published September 23, 2010

Brewer’s Blood

by Andrew Penkalski
Published September 23, 2010
For the thirsty ears

For the thirsty ears

by Andrew Penkalski
Published September 15, 2010
Beat smarts

Beat smarts

by Andrew Penkalski
Published September 9, 2010
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