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Keith Harris

Oldest living Racket co-owner and editor.

The Playlists (Belatedly!) Return With Haunted Corn Mazes, Horny Pop Stars, and One Dreadful Talking Heads Cover

10 great new local songs, 10 new songs from everywhere else, and 1 song that really sucks.

Pride and Whole Lot More in Your Complete Concert Calendar: June 25-July 1

Pretty much all the music you can catch in the Twin Cities this week.

June 25, 2024

Let’s Fix the Twin Cities on This Friday’s Open Thread

As we do every Friday, we're turning Racket over to you, the readers.

On the Big Screen This Week: Old Folks Seek Vengeance and the ‘Apocalypse Now’ of Musicals

Pretty much all the movies you can see in Twin Cities theaters this week.

RIP to Minneapolis Baseball Legend Willie Mays

Plus a Black bookstore for sale, modular builds coming to north Minneapolis, and Spruce Tree Center is in 'Minecraft' in today's Flyover news roundup.

Jazz and Music That Is Not Jazz in This Week’s Complete Concert Calendar: June 18-24

Pretty much all the music you can catch in the Twin Cities this week.

June 18, 2024

Strib Boss Grove Couldn’t Stop Showing Walz His Homework

Plus a council member pressures Ann Kim, a program wasn't perfect, and prisoners make the news in today's Flyover news roundup.

How 2020 Changed Policing in Minneapolis—And How It Didn’t: A Talk With U of M Sociologist Michelle Phelps

In her new book, 'The Minneapolis Reckoning,' Phelps talks about the opportunities for change that were missed after 2020—and the opportunities that still remain.