Wednesday 09 December 2015 - 8:21 pm

American Underground is an audio anthology showcasing new music by independent artists from around the United States. These recordings are shared with permission.

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Tuesday 24 November 2015 - 6:01 pm

On November 23rd, a confrontation between three self-professed white supremacists and protesters at Minneapolis' 4th Precinct ended when the white supremacists opened fire, shooting five protestors. More on that story at Unicorn Riot. People claiming to be white supremacists and publicly espousing white supremacist beliefs have been recruiting and planning disruptions of the protests using tools such as online forums and Youtube videos, in which they brandish guns en route to the protest site. Below is an archive of one online discussion (via pastebin) detailing plans to infiltrate and disrupt the protests. All indications are that last night's shooters were part of this group:

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Author: Rob Callahan | Category: Default

Monday 16 November 2015 - 10:23 pm

Caucasian-Aggressive Pandas and Other M...* Tales is a kind of allegorical mémoire for the stage, pairing veteran Twin Cities actor Derek 'Duck' Washington with director Jena Young and a smart ensemble cast made up of Samantha Cross, Ted Femrite, Matthew Kessen, and Kirsten Wade. The show, produced by Fearless Comedy Productions, retraces some of the key events that have shaped Washington's life. It also pits him against a pair of mutated, hyper-intelligent pandas bent on killing all the white people.

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Author: Rob Callahan | Category: The Arts

Tuesday 27 October 2015 - 7:08 pm

"Tormented wraiths haunt an eerie landscape best avoided by helpless mortals. Inspired by Lufcadio Hearn’s 19th century collection of Japanese ghost stories, Green T Productions uses a movement based performance style and live music to lend an unsettling creepiness to the tales in Kaidan: Stories and Studies of the Strange."

Kaidan: Stories and Studies of the Strange plucks three folk tales from one of Lafcadio Hearn's final collections and presents them together in a one hour play, on a living set made from a yƫrei chorus.

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Monday 26 October 2015 - 01:11 am

"A mortician falls in love with a man as she prepares his corpse for burial. She has three days until the funeral… but three days just isn't enough. The Coldharts return to the Twin Cities Horror Festival with a gothic romance inspired by the notorious 1978 interview with necrophile Karen Greenlee."

Drummer Nate Gebhard warms up prior to a show. (I know this isn't the picture you came looking for, but it's the only one I could find. Deal with it.)

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