Stages of Equity, a two-day festival at North Hennepin Community College, showcases the breadth and depth of BIPOC artist talent.

KRSM radio’s Andrea Pierre talks community, culture, and why hyperlocal radio matters.

Not all heroes wear capes. Take, for instance, Jordan Erickson, an intrepid movie-goer, smartly spent a big chunk of his summer at the cinema to fill up all of his punchcard for the Trylon’s massive Nic Cage: National Treasure series. DISPATCH checks in with Erickson after his envious achievement. DISPATCH:

In the three decades that he’s been playing parties all over the world, Mark Farina has solidified himself in the world of Dance Music as a trailblazing DJ, Producer, tastemaker, and bona fide House Music icon. He was not only a House Music pioneer in the late 80’s, but Farina

Pick a card, any card—but maybe set down your beer first. One of the most fun nights of taproom entertainment throughout the entire year, Magic at Modist returns on Thursday with some of the Twin Cities’ best magicians performing tricks up close and on stage. To share some background on

Well, this is a lot of talent squeezed into one night. For Friday’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Takeover, seven punk and rock bands commandeer the Hook and Ladder for loud ‘n’ proud performances throughout the night in all three of the theater’s performance spaces. New music from Fret Rattles! Fast and

Along with the holidays already being a dark time for many people (literally and figuratively), and with so many shows being postponed at this typically robust holiday time for our Arts & Culture scene, we thought we better connect with Mari Navarro (they/them) aka DJ Q, the creator of dark