Sunday, August 21, 2011

This Week in (Uploaded) Pictures

Sturdevant's young, rich, and out-of-control!

The West Bank Music Festival had people dancin' in the streets. Photo by Tony Nelson. Full slideshow at City Pages here.

MPLS.TV's Kari Schuster makes a meta-pizza, which gets featured on Boing Boing and re-tweeted by Kurt Loder. Win!

Megan Weisenberger's pretty silver Schwinn was stolen from 28th & Hennepin on Saturday. Click here if you've seen it!

@daniellempls snaps the action at the impromptu Gayngs brunch at Nick & Eddie.

Mary O'Regan does a studio visit with fashion designer Emma Berg. Lots of great pix here.

Ben Clark captures the vibe at Soundtown. More photos and review on City Pages here.

Ex-Minneapolitan and current NYCer Hilary Davis captures a lonely old storefront.

Lots of locals, including MPR staffers, were asked to dance on stage with the Flaming Lips at Soundtown. Crazy! Photo by Stacy Schwartz.

C-Rocka chills with HOTTEA while he weaves a fence heart. Love it!

Eric Melzer shoots the fashionable antics at Dress Rehearsal.

Seems like everyone got a chance to pal around with Wayne Coyne from the Flaming Lips this weekend, including artist Chuck U, who sold the famous rocker a print of his work!

Steve Sundberg checks out the Hmong Festival in St. Paul.

Nazara Matos does a cute photoshoot with her new daughter, Pearl.

Oliver Edwards gets a bath. Adorbz!

Machen Davis sports the best Janet Jackson tribute tee ever.

Photographer Xavier Tavera poses with one of his iconic subjects, Mr. Ruben, at the Grupo Soap del Corazon exhibit at Intermedia Arts. Photo by Jaime Carerra.

Colleen and Justin Guenther visit Germany.

Jay We don't really know what to say about this except "like!"

Charlie Forbes went rock hunting and scored a ton of agates!

We can't help but find this hilarious. It's the 8th grade boy in us talking. Photo by Dave Enblom.

Katie and Anna Woodling strike a pose in nature.

Sarah Montour meets a grasshopper. Yikes!

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