Two new record stores have opened in St. Paul, and they're just a block from each other.
The Sweet Colleens, Chastity Brown, Heiruspecs, White Iron Band and Charlie Parr are among the (mostly) local acts set to play Grand Old Day on June 1 on St. Paul's Grand Avenue.
Tina and the B-Sides, Tapes 'n Tapes and Mark Mallman are among the acts booked to play the Minnesota Twins Midwest Music Showcase, a 10-date series of concerts performed at every Wednesday home game from May through September.
In a surprise move, Prince announced Friday he has signed a new deal with his first record label, Warner Bros., that will see his most-famous work remastered, reissued and augmented by unheard material from his vaults.
Trailer Trash, Pennyroyal and the Cactus Blossoms are also on the roster for the Wednesday live music showcases at Target Field.
Review: Joanie Smith explores self-infatuation in âNarcissus,â but the work feels a tad short.
The Minneapolis rock legend, in return, is retaining ownership of all his records for the Warner Bros. label, which includes all of his 1978-1996 recordings.
As opening day for the Green Line approaches, the broadcaster and Met Council look for solutions.
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"Mrs. Doubtfire" star Mara Wilson is trending and in a big way. Wilson Tweeted yesterday that she would not be in for "Mrs. Doubtfire 2," which was just announced earlier in the week. Wilson, 26, played Natalie Hillard, the adorable little girl in the film that is more than 20 years old. "For the record, no, I do not have anything to do with the Mrs. Doubtfire sequel, nor will I," she wrote.
Former âThe Viewâ co-host Debbie Matenopoulos, 39, shared a double dose of news with People Magazine â sheâs married and pregnant! Matenopoulos married Jon Falcone, a 36-year-old photographer, in Greece over the summer after two years of dating. The two met through mutual friends in...
Lindsay Lohan revealed to Andy Cohen why she made the now-infamous sex list and why she's so upset that it leaked.