Minneapolis City Pages May 4, 2016 : Page 30

1 7 E D A V R A E N E M I N A P O A L I P S , O M L N I S , M N CRA F T S T RAVAG A N ZA 9 1 7 C E 9 D A C R A E V N U U E M I N N E N E MINNE SOTA STATE FAIR CABOOZE. A-LIST CABOOZE CABOOZE PRESENTS FE S T IV A L 3 3 8 . 6 4 2 5 // C A B O O Z E . C O M // F O L L O W U S O N CABOOZE PRESENTS 6 1 2 . 3 3 8 . 6 4 2 5 // C A B O O Z E . C O M // F O L L O W U S O N PROG RE SS CENTER SEE YOU NEXT THURSDAY Feat. WAREHOUSE EYES, LIZEA HARPER, LYDIA LIZA MY PARENT’S BASEMENT SUMMER ‘16 JUMP-OFF! MAY 5 NU MUSIC GROUP PRESENTS MAY 6 MJG & 10TH MAN PRESENT CAMPAIGN II CHAMPAGNE III MIDWEST ROAD TOUR TOM HAMILTON’S AMERICAN BABIES & FROGLEG MAY 7 CABOOZE PRESENTS MAY 13 CABOOZE PRESENTS THE NEW ORLEANS SUSPECTS w/ THE BUTANES JOE MARCINEK BAND w/ JASON HANN, STEVE MOLITZ & JACUZZI PUMA Eleven years ago, Craftstrava-ganza hosted its first annual event showcasing the work of local makers. These days, markets like these are common weekly occurrences. What a great era for artisans, creatives, and people who love support-ing local talent! This Saturday, Craftstravaganza at the Min-nesota State Fairgrounds will host around 80 printmakers, jewelry designers, knitters, candle-makers, and others shilling wares that range from OWL AND LARK freakin’ adorable to totally bad-ass. There will be gig post-ers, T-shirts, Minnesota-themed mugs, leather jewelry, quirky candles, totes, vegan makeup, and tons more to explore and consider splurging on. Shop for yourself, shop for your mom, or shop for that three-year-old you know who really needs a tutu and a plushy of Babe the Blue Ox. There will also be free workshops, plenty of parking, and other happenings throughout the day. For more info, visit www.craft-stravaganza.com. Free. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1621 Randall Ave., St. Paul; 651-288-4400. —JESSICA ARMBRUSTER MAY 14 CABOOZE PRESENTS MAY 18 CONTINUED FROM SATURDAY B EER BUBBA SPARXXX MAY 26 UPCOMING BARENAKED LADIES WITH SPECIAL GUESTS BLE S SING OF T HE M A IBOCK MINNE AP OLIS TOWN HALL BRE WERY ORCHESTRAL MANEUVERS IN THE DARK, ON SALE NOW! & HOWARD JONES CABOOZE PLAZA SHOW JUNE 3 5/12 ............. 5th Annual Support the Troops Feat. THE RIVER RAMBLERS, BRIAN BORU IRISH PIPE BAND, SILENT AUCTION & MORE 5/15 ....................................................................... Randy & Mr Lahey Live! From THE TRAILER PARK BOYS 5/19 ............................................................................................... Prong “No Absolutes” Tour 5/20 .............................. Aaron Gorton Album Release w/ MOMENTARY LAPSE OF FLOYD, CHRIS CASTINO & MARK JOSEPH 5/21 ....................... Tupper Ware Remix Party & Downtread w/ THE REGENERATORS & THE BENJAMIN RAYE BAND 5/27 ................................................................................................. Later Babes vs. DJ Fundo 5/31 ........................................................................................................ An Evening with Fruition 6/1 ............ The Foreign Exchange (Phonte & Nicolay) “Tales from the Land of Milk & Honey” Tour 6/5 ....................................................................................... ILL NIÑO w/ BOBAFLEX & TERROR UNIVERSAL 6/11 ........................................... Jaedyn James & the Hunger Album Release w/ BIG WAVE DAVE & THE RIPPLES 6/16 ............................................................................................. Sol Seed w/ GOULASH & DREW MISIK 6/18 ............................................................. Caribbean Sunsplash 2016 On The Plaza Feat. NATTALI RIZE EVERY WED. • $5 FIRST THURSDAYS Various churches around town bless people, pets, and even bikes. This Saturday, Town Hall will bless its Maibock brew. So cheers to good health, warmer weather, and good beer. After the playful blessing, the taps will open, with free Maibock for all from 5 to 6 p.m. 21+. Free. 5 p.m. 1430 Washington Ave. S., Minneapolis; 612-339-8696. —JESSICA ARMBRUSTER FE S T IV A L drinks, children’s activities, dancing, music, and more from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. for free. That party can be found on Lake Street between Second and Portland Avenues. For a full schedule and more information on the St. Paul festival, visit www.cincodemayosaintpaul.com. Free. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cesar Chavez Street, between Robert Street and Highway 52, St. Paul. —JESSICA ARMBRUSTER TH E A TE R ▲ MINNE S OTA OPER A PRE SEN T S: T HE SHINING ORDWAY CENTER FOR TH E PERFORMING ARTS CINC O DE M AYO MINNE AP OLIS/ST. PAU L FEAT. MEMBERS OF WOOKIEFOOT & SOAP $3 PBRS AND $3 RAILS EVERY MONTH JACUZZI PUMA CABOOZE’S FIRST EVER FEMALE-FRONTED CONCERT SERIES SEE U NEXT THURSDAY LIVE MUSIC AND MOTORCYCLE MANIA! HEAVY THURSDAYS PBR SPECIALS PBR & JAMESON SPECIALS T H E J O I N T B A R , E L E C T R I C FE T U S, D OW N I N T H E VA L L E Y, D I S C L A N D, K N OW N A M E R E C O R DS, M I L L C I T Y S O U N D, E C L I P S E R E C O R DS, C OW B OY JAC KS – P LYM O U T H One of the greatest signs that block-party season is here is the arrival of Cinco de Mayo. The big happening is on St. Paul’s West Side, as the area turns into a celebration loaded with family fun and grown-up entertainment. There will be at parade at 10 a.m., marching along Cesar Chavez Street from Wabasha to Ada. There will also be a beer garden, three music stages, a jalapeno-eating contest, food vendors, and the always-awesome car, truck, and bike show showcasing unusual rides, lowriders, insane paint jobs, and exceptional hydraulic setups. Can’t make it to St. Paul? Check out Cinco de Mayo on Lake Street, with food, The populist appeal of Stephen King’s bloody bestsellers sometimes overshadows a more salient truth, that King comprehends storytelling not just as a master craftsman, but on a primordial level. King’s best tales frighten so deeply because they deal in the same elemental concerns as Greek myths and fairytales. Don’t let the blue-collar aesthetic fool you — counterintuitive as the pairing may seem at first, King’s work is well suited to getting gussied up for a night at the opera. Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Paul Moravec and librettist Mark Campbell adapt one of his greatest works, the 1977 classic The Shining , for a world premiere to conclude the CONTINUED ON PAGE 32 ▲ 30   CITYPAGES.COM   MAY 4–10, 2016

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