These bars have your Thursday football needs covered.
“This album is a reminder to all those who dream, work, and fight for what they believe; do not give up your vision,” said Brooks.
Want the world to know you two are tight as Batman and Robin? Check out these dynamic duo, Halloween twosomes.
The fun doesn’t end just because you’re too old to Trick or Treat.
A long-awaited concert tour kick-offed Tuesday in Minnesota. Fleetwood Mac performed Tuesday at the Target Center in Minneapolis. All the group is back together and on the road for the first time in 16 years.
Prince is still cooler than you: He’s the only person who can pull off wearing a shirt with his image — and look epic doing it.
Need a few ideas for fall brews? Here are a few recommendations by St. Paul veteran bartender Kevin “Kleezy” Kleman of Señor Wong Craft Bar and Restaurant.
Thursday, Sept. 25 is National One-Hit Wonder Day, and while everyone knows that Minnesota has a long history of pop music hitmakers stretching from the heydays of Prince and Bob Dylan all the way back through the Andrews Sisters in the 1940s.
Ready for an immersive experience? The retrospective “David Bowie Is” opens today in Chicago, and it’s a mind-blowing examination of one of the modern musical era’s most fascinating creative minds.
Oktoberfest is more than just St. Patrick’s Day for Germans. It’s a celebration of culture, food and beer.
To enjoy the wild rumpus of college football, head out to one of these local sports bars.
Whether you’re riding a cruiser, a chopper, a crotch rocket or a blown bike, these are the best trips for bikers through the serenity of the Iron Range.
These bars don’t play around when it comes to sports.
Watch some of the best serves in the U.S. Open while getting served at one of these great Minnesota bars.
All-you-can-drink specials are hard to find but patrons have packed a few local establishments offering this attraction.
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.