Washington lawmakers are touring the country to get input on reforming the tax code. The tour kicked off in Minnesota Monday morning as Rep. Dave Camp and Sen. Max Baucus talked to employees at 3M and Baldinger Bakery in St. Paul.
A St. Paul woman is traveling to the other side of the world, to share her passion for music, and find answers about her past. Mayda Miller is going on tour in South Korea and hopes to make a special connection while she’s there.
It’s hard not to respect a band as hardworking as the emerging Minneapolis rock-quartet, 3 Pill Morning, who say it took over 5 years, 500 shows and a hand full of member changes for things to finally “click.”
The 18th-annual Art-A-Whirl is underway in northeast Minneapolis this weekend. It’s the largest weekend-long open studio tour in the country. Check out the video to see what artists say they love about their craft, and what it means to them.
Police say a Minnesota man posed as a rock star — British accent and all — to get as much as $100,000 in medical treatment.
No one needed a bright, colorful, uplifting performance — proving there’s magic in an old trusty umbrella — more than winter weary Minnesota.
The University of Minnesota School of Music’s University Singers go on the school’s first choral tour of Minnesota this week.
Didn’t get tickets for P!NK’s show Tuesday night at the Xcel? Don’t fret, you’ll have another chance to see the pop singer.
For only three performances, “Monty Python’s Spamalot” will come to the home of Spam Town USA.
Hear that Minneapolis? That was the sound of 20- and 30-somethings screaming for the boy band memories of their youth.
Fans who have been living on a prayer can now rest a little easier. Bon Jovi is returning to take the stage in the Twin Cities. Rock star Jon Bon Jovi will be playing at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul next April as part of his band’s “Because We Can” tour.
Stephen Marley, the eight-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, producer and son of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley, has proven time and time again that his blood runs pure with naturally gifted musical ability.
Twin Cities musician Mark Mallman is taking his show on the road, rocking every night … and every day, as well. Mallman is currently playing for seven days straight, 24 hours a day, all while driving in a conversion van from New York City to Los Angeles.
Take a crazy talented group of friends and one intriguing idea and you’ve got an incredibly entertaining show, coming soon to a Minneapolis theater.