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  • Darlingside, Lula Wiles, Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis, Don Mitchell, Anyone Mukharji, Harris Paseltiner, David Senft, Indie Folk, Americana, Look Up & Fly Away, Extralife, Isa Burke, Eleanor Buckland, Mali Obomsawin, What Will We Do, singer-songwriter, traditional folk
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    Best of the Best of Times With Darlingside at The Cedar

    Let me preface this article by stating I am not a Darlingside aficionado, but this past month has led me down a path of indulging again and again in their catalog of albums. Hearing their progression and growth as a group has been fascinating to explore. Honestly, it’s the giant perk of writing show reviews. […] More

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    There’s a New ‘Mission’ at The Hook and Ladder

    The Listing – The Hook and Ladder Theater Location 3010 Minnehaha Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55406 Website http://thehookmpls.com/ History Opened 2016 Size Lounge capacity at 40 Mission Room capacity at 150 Theater capacity at 280 Seating Scattered seating throughout venue depending on show Food Showcasing local beer and ciders, with a recently approved full liquor license […] More

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    ICEHOUSE Harvests Cuisine, Cocktails, and Composers

    The Listing – ICEHOUSE MPLS Location 2528 Nicollet Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55404 Website https://www.icehousempls.com/ History Opened June 2012 Size 275 capacity Seating Plenty of seating, large booths, upper floor seating Food Exquisite brunch, lunch, and dinner menus from Chef Matthew Bickford, found here Parking Valet parking available, otherwise street parking in the area The Blueprint […] More

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    Photogenic Lennon Stella Breaks Out at the Fine Line

    Lennon Stella brought her Nashville driven career to a SOLD OUT Fine Line. At just 18 years old, Lennon Stella has amassed immense success in her young career. Her path has featured plenty of fortuitous turns that seem to mirror a plot of a TV drama. Lennon and her younger sister Maisy are daughters of […] More

  • Moon Palace Books
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    Moon Palace Books Illuminates Diversity

    The Listing – Moon Palace Books Location 3032 Minnehaha Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55406 Website https://www.moonpalacebooks.com/ History Book store opened in 2012. Venue opened early 2018 Size 900 square feet, 120 standing capacity, 75 seated. Seating Depending on the show Food Geek Love Cafe offers salads, pizza, wings, and a breakfast menu for mornings Parking Free […] More

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    The Warming House Bridges a Gap for Musicians

    The Listing – The Warming House Location 4001 Bryant Avenue S. Minneapolis, MN 55409 Website https://www.thewarminghouse.net/ History Opened in May 2016 Size Capacity of 49 seated Seating Mix between couches and chairs Food Non-alcoholic beverages available Parking Easy street parking The Blueprint The seed for The Warming House was planted back when veteran Minneapolis singer-songwriter […] More

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    Dan Wilson Brings Requests to Life at the Icehouse

    Squeezing into a packed Icehouse, it was easy to see the adoration for local music veteran Dan Wilson. As a member of Semisonic and Minneapolis psychedelic rock band Trip Shakespeare, Wilson has garnered many accolades in his long career. From a Grammy nomination for “Closing Time” to receiving one for Song of the Year (“Not […] More

  • Parkway Theatre, Minneapolis, Local Venue, Local Music Scene, Support Local Music
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    Nostalgia Filled Parkway Theater Brings Back the Charm

    The Listing – The Parkway Theater Location 4814 Chicago Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55417 Website https://theparkwaytheater.com/ History Built in 1931, re-imagined in September 2018 Size 5,000 square feet, seating for 360 Seating Wide theater seating and aisles for easy access Food Concessions stand offers up popcorn, local snacks, and special cocktails designed with Tattersall Distillery. Parking […] More

  • Aurora at First Avenue
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    AURORA Brings Her Queendom to First Avenue

    Norwegian singer Aurora Aksnes, aka AURORA, only stands at 5’3″, but her presence filled First Avenue last night. Aptly named “Your Downtown Danceteria,” the venue hosted plenty of dancing in support of her Infections Of A Different Kind Step 1 release. It had been two years since she last performed in the Twin Cities and […] More

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