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  1. Hotpants turns 10, Oktoberfests galore: 60 free things to do this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | City Pages

    Hotpants Soul & Funk 10 Year Anniversary Featuring soul, funk, boogaloo, and R&B records spun by DJs. 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sept.

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  2. Amid non-stop violence, here's an invitation to 10 days of peaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | City Pages

    In just the last week, a collegiate golf champ was stabbed to death on a course in Iowa. Another heavily armed gunman opened fire on innocents, shooting four at a software company outside Madison.

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  3. Before the wrecking ball, Red Eye Theater says goodbye to its space of nearly 30 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | City Pages

    This weekend, Red Eye opens Her's a Queen , their last show in their current space. Artist director Steve Busa directs, and managing director Miriam Must performs.

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  4. Double the days, camping, 60+ guest breweries: Darkness Day 2018 could be Surly's best yetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | City Pages

    A lot has changed since 2006, when Surly brewed Darkness for the first time. The Destination Brewery was nothing more than a twinkle in a pint of Bender.

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  5. Jessica Hopper remembers when cheap rent let you lead a rich lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | City Pages

    As a writer for publications such as the Chicago Reader, Spin, and, yes, even City Pages sometimes, Hopper brought a fresh perspective to music that had already seemed to have been written about to death, while opening up discussions about gender issues that had been shunted off to the sidelines. Then, as an editor at Rookie and Pitchfork, and as an editorial director at MTV News, she shepherded a new generation of music writers into the conversation, especially women and people of color.

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  6. The Wall of Forgotten Natives: Inside Minneapolis' largest homeless encampmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | City Pages

    A ribbon of exhaust trails traffic down Hiawatha Avenue. Drivers with windows cracked in the late summer heat stare at the line of tents staked taut across the strip of lawn between a retaining wall and the road.

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  7. Fashion Week MN, a Jucy Lucy party, Red Eye Theater finale: A-List 9.19-25Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | City Pages

    There could hardly be a better time, or a better venue, to revisit Ntozake Shange's Obie-winning 1974 play, which she called a "choreopoem." Twenty poems set to music and dance are performed by a multigenerational cast of women of color, drawing attention to issues of domestic violence and sexual assault while celebrating the healing energy of women's solidarity.

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  8. Minneapolis company markets bulletproof classroom wall ($3,500) because that's cheaper than honestyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | City Pages

    Behold, the new shield by Versare -- strong enough to withstand bullets as they're fired into a first-grade classroom. Remember the blessedly mediocre art projects hung up in a row, the calendar that taught you what a "Wednesday" was, the walls built to resist the flesh-ripping firepower of a military-grade assault weapon... Minneapolis company Versare Solutions has just unveiled what it says is a first-of-its-kind product: the Portable Shield Partition , a wall on wheels that can withstand "multiple impacts by a .44 magnum and 9mm ammunition."

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  9. Dog golems, astronaut dreams, and Saturday morning cartoons in this week's Top 5 MN music videosRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | City Pages

    People put varying amounts of stock into City Pages' annual Rookie of the Year competition, but if you're into fantasy football, you understand how much fun it can be. P2C doesn't guarantee a record deal.

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  10. 'American Idol' and 'The Voice' led him on, then passed. What happens next?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | City Pages

    The harried troubadour's gig in Stillwater the night before-one of 160 he plays every year-had been canceled, which the 28-year-old Virginia, Minnesota, native only learned about after he arrived at the club, so he headed back to his apartment and ended up rescuing some drunk friends in Uptown in the middle of the night. Gunderson is happy to be playing, teaching, recording, and connecting.

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  11. Dog week at Sisyphus, #Minnstafashion at the W: Free things to do this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | City Pages

    Dog Week 2018 This week, Sisyphus Brewing goes all in on dog love with a week-filled with dog-themed and dog-friendly fun each day. That includes doggie Blingo on Tuesday at 8 p.m. , a pup pool party on Wednesday from 3 to 10 p.m., adoptable dogs on Thursday and Friday, a pup pop-up market on Saturday from noon to 3 p.m., and a dog parade and costume contest Sunday at 3 p.m. Drink beer with your best friend, Fido.

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  12. A pay-what-you-can restaurant is coming to south MinneapolisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | City Pages

    The roles couldn't be more different-one meant serving sirloins to the wealthy, the other, dishing out food from tin foil trays. But her big a-ha moment came when she decided to combine the two.

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  13. The week's 5 best concerts: Sept. 14-16Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | City Pages

    I know sometimes it feels like everything worthwhile in Minneapolis is fated to be turned in luxury condos, but the Parkway reopens this weekend and the Cedar celebrates its 30th anniversary, so let's celebrate those happy facts. Bruce Henry @ Dakota Jazz Club Bruce Henry and the catalog of the late vocalist Al Jarreau is an inspired match.

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  14. Nicollet Island could mean so much more for MinneapolisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | City Pages

    Ile de la Cite is one of the most beloved places in the world. Notre Dame, Pont Neuf, romantic, lantern-lit bridges and storied riverside streets -- this island sitting in the Seine is home to pretty much everything that makes Parisa well, Paris.

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  15. Midcentury modern mega-sale, Moth Oddities' vintage haul, and other fashion happenings this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | City Pages

    If secondhand shopping is a way of life for you, then you won't want to miss some of the exciting events happening this weekend in the Twin Cities. There are several must-visit spots perfect for any secondhand lover, whether you're into upscale designer brands or ready to redo your living room in a midcentury modern style without spending a ton of cash.

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  16. Fall Music Guide 2018: The 5 best concerts of the seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | City Pages

    Pop, rap, indie, R&B, even jazz-no matter what music you love, this fall has something to entertain you. In the early 2010s, Los Angeles alt-R&B crew the Internet was a curious offshoot of the wildly inventive, miscreant rap collective Odd Future.

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  17. Nut Goodie beer, party on Eat Street, graffiti art: A-List 9.12-18Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | City Pages

    Little Women continues to capture the zeitgeist some 150 years later. Its progressive sensibility is consistent with that of the novel's author, Louisa May Alcott, whose lifelong questioning of gender roles is key to the story's enduring popularity.

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  18. Fall Arts Guide 2018: The 20 best events of the seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | City Pages

    There could hardly be a better time, or a better venue, to revisit Ntozake Shange's Obie-winning 1974 play, which she called a "choreopoem." Twenty poems set to music and dance are performed by a multigenerational cast of women of color, drawing attention to issues of domestic violence and sexual assault while celebrating the healing energy of women's solidarity.

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  19. Fall Arts Guide 2018: Ananya Dance Theatre uses ancient arts to fight for justiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | City Pages

    Contemporary Indian dance company Ananya Dance Theatre has a new home where they're making pieces that are as political and community-engaged as they are entertaining. In recent months, the group has created works in response to local police shootings and danced during an immigration protest; this fall will mark the culmination of their five-piece series on women and the work they do around the world.

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  20. Hold Steady announce first-ever shows at 7th St. EntryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | City Pages

    The Hold Steady ain't been 'round these parts since 2014, but that's about to change in two ways -- one epically big, one tantalizingly small. In July, the locally rooted Brooklyn indie-rock greats announced a huge Minneapolis show set for October 13 at Surly's Festival Field.

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