Try an old favorite at one of these new watering holes.
Here are five good reasons not to stay at home to watch the crystal ball drop in Times Square.
These local bands are blowing up the local music scene. Treat your ears to something new and give them a listen.
By now, it’s hard to believe that there are people who haven’t seen the 1983 Christmas comedy, “A Christmas Story.” I mean, it’s nearly impossible not to catch a glimpse of the film when flipping through channels on Christmas day since TBS began its 24-hour “A Christmas Story” marathon.
During the holidays, take things easy, communicate with one another and enjoy the festivity that’s all around you.
Using fresh and unusual ingredients, cocktails have evolved into an art form and can excite all of the senses with just one sip. Check out these cocktail bars for some of the best and most creative holiday refreshments.
Get in the holiday spirit with these concerts.
Enjoy a delicious shisha blend as you bond with your friends following a centuries-old tradition of hookah smoking.
I’m a jazz neophyte. I know very little about who performs the genre or how it’s performed. I know even less about where it is performed.
There are happy hours throughout the state that feature and promote craft beer to those who wish to find a new favorite. Sit down directly in a taproom or a local pub to enjoy one of these happy hours.
It is never too late to fulfill those musical aspirations. Quality music education programs are available throughout Minnesota.
Next time you drink a beer, why not drink local?
A booming chant filled the dimly lit Fine Line Music Café as we waited for her to take the stage. Through a thin layer of smoke her named blazed in white, 80s style lightning-bolt writing on the banner on the stage, her only decoration. “Betty, Betty, Betty.”
For a little music and a little more fun, check out these local piano bars.
There is never a bad time for a good sangria. Grab a friend and enjoy an afternoon, evening or night with a few glasses of that sweet, fruity wine concoction.
Relive the Backstreet Boys’ glory days Tuesday night at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
During a slight lull between songs, Mumford and Sons looked out across the sold-out crowd of the Xcel Energy Center and asked a simple question: “Where were you in (2008) when we played the 400 Club to 12 people?”
It seems almost strange to see a crowd packed around a nearly completely empty stage — with only two small platforms and zero instruments. But half-way into the first song, you realize, you don’t miss the band at all.
Joshua Radin performed at Mill City Nights on Thursday. Click here for a full Q&A with the indie singer.
The nominations for the 54th annual Grammy Awards have been announced. See who is up for top awards and who else earned major props. And be sure to watch CBS when the awards are handed out on Feb. 12.