This weekend's Best Bets from our entertainment staff is full of concerts to suit all tastes.
The 4-H slogan "Learn by doing" gets a real workout during the Minnesota State Fair at the 4-H Arts-In, where they do -- and learn -- a lot.
So, Laurent Estoppey, your job is to improvise the musical score for a movie by director Christian Marclay in front of thousands of movie lovers, including Marclay himself. No pressure.
Artist Monica Edwards Larson was crestfallen when she failed to snag tickets to the Replacements's Sept. 13 show at Midway Stadium. So she came up with another way to celebrate the band's concert -- "Kinda Like Some Artists," a poster show which borrows its name from the Replacement's song, "Achin' to Be."
Kyle's brothers and bandmates will bid him adieu Saturday and then "do what we do" at the Triple Rock on Monday.
Rolling Stone cover girl Katy Perry helped her Grammy-winning opening act Kacey Musgraves celebrate her 26th birthday at Skateville on Thursday in Burnsville.
The blockbuster musical returns to the Twin Cities with its energy, laughs and profane satire intact.
Get all the details of the action thriller.
So ... Hugh Jackman is a beast!
Mila Kunis recalls her first meeting with Robin Williams when she was a teenager starring in "That '70s Show."
Actress and host Stacy Keibler has welcomed her baby girl, Ava Grace, on Wednesday and revealed the good news today on her website. Ã¢â¬ÅJared and I have been blessed with the new love of our lives. Ava Grace was born at home on Wednesday, August 20thÃ¢â¬? Keibler wrote.