An original comic series by Minneapolis-based artist Graham John Petersburg.
Northeast Minneapolis writer and bartender Nathan Morales eavesdrops on his customers and writes satirical explorations of local culture, events and people based on what he hears.
The brainchild of blogger and high school English teacher Chris Polley, Players Without Instruments profiles local figures who work behind the scenes to keep the Twin Cities’ music scene thriving.
A season long crash course on the game of basketball with Adam Hansen and Sarah Morean.
Artist and writer Steven Lang subjects his scanner to periodic abuse all in the name of art. Lang scans things (usually highly processed and fast foods) that would ordinarily have no business being inside any kind of electronic device and documents his experiences in his imaginative series, S.C.A.N.S.
Christiaan “Bacon” Tarbox searches Minneapolis for the geeky, unique, and hobby-oriented hotspots and activities that go beyond the everyday bar and club scenes.
A zine consultation for the zine lover in all of us.
Tonight at The Ritz Theater in Northeast Minneapolis, The Fattenin’ Frogs and The Boys ‘N’ the Barrels come together for Up From the Delta: a 10th anniversary tribute to the O’ Brother Where Art Thou soundtrack. Hear tunes from the now classic album, as they welcome Javier Matos of the Innocent Sons as well as other special guests. Doors are at 7pm, music starts at 8, and $10 gets you in to this all-ages event. MPLS.TV connected with the event’s organizer, Berek Awend of the Frogs, to see what all the pickin’ & a fussin’ was a about!
Each week MPLS.TV will featured the work of a different cartoonist that will be at this Minneapolis Indie Xpo this weekend. Get to you know the cartoonists before you visit.
Near Future Shows is MPLS.TV’s look at the shows ahead in Minneapolis.
MPLS.TV talks with emerging bands who play the 7th Street Entry room at the legendary First Avenue. These bands share stories about themselves, their recording processes, touring, and more.
A video series that has Dillon Bakke collaborating with local artists and illustrators to create free-form visual experiments.