Moon Palace Books hosts author Emma Törzs to celebrate the release of her debut novel, Ink Blood Sister Scribe. Though her first foray into the longer format, Törzs’ fiction has won her a number of awards and an NEA fellowship in prose. The event will also feature short readings from

Whether you want to chill out, enjoy ambiance, or straight-up disassociate, go to Icehouse for volume 3 of its Noise Party: i once knew a ghost, RRA, Eddie Weinstine, Head Shrink, TERR the OM, Not Yet All Things w/ glass.grl, Ice Climber, and Jeremy Ylvisaker offer an immersive experience of

The mega-popular storytelling series The Moth returns to the Amsterdam Bar and Hall in downtown St. Paul tonight. Promoting the art of communal storytelling nationwide for more than 25 years, The Moth provides a theme each month to allow the storytellers a unique opportunity to “dance between documentary and theater.” This

Seeking a Fitzgerald-era St. Paul spot? Look no further. The corner of Selby and Western is the king of all patios and the best place to get a taste of old-school St. Paul high society. For a special occasion—which, really, can be any occasion—hang, W.A. Frost’s Garden Patio is one of the

Minneapolis–based foster and rescue program Save-A-Bull hosts a fundraiser today at Indeed. A full 100 percent of net proceeds go to the nonprofit, who rehome around 200 dogs each year. Plenty of pups and prizes on tap today with the beer! Find out more at WED 5/31, 4:30 PM,

Swedish group Dark Funeral have reigned as “the ineffable kings of black metal” for 30 years and bring along tourmates Cattle Decapitation to First Avenue tonight. With 200 Stab Wounds and Blackbraid. WED 5/31, 6 PM, $22.50-$35, 18+

Frankie Rose bounced from East Coast to West Coast, in search of launching her musical career. With her fourth album, Cage Tropical, she dives into her sci-fi influences and leans heavily on synths and effects pedals to support her vocals, creating her specific brand of indie rock. Rose is joined

Crude Tuesday is “an open performance platform and community gathering-space for dancing, movement, and experimentation.” Attendees can sign up to perform tonight at the Bryant Lake Bowl for a truly open stage for performances of all kinds in a safe, supportive community. Tickets are on a sliding scale and artists

David Bazan has been on a tear these last few years, resurrecting the Pedro The Lion moniker and releasing the first two of a proposed series of albums based around places he has lived, beginning with his hometown of Phoenix. Tonight at the Fine Line, however, Bazan and his bandmates