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  • Sophia Vilensky
May. 25, 2016
As the Beyhive swarmed TCF Monday night, the folks of Minnesota showcased their Beyoncé best.
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  • Joe Cristo
May. 25, 2016
A&E » Music
By
  • Joe Cristo
May. 25, 2016
New Minneapolis-based tape label Subaquatic Records grooms new artists and releases their debuts.
May. 05, 2016
Beautiful weather calls for a picnic with friends.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
May. 05, 2016
The theater company Live Action Set opens “The Sparrow” at The Southern on Friday.
By
  • Austen Macalus
May. 05, 2016
Dan Schlissel, founder of independent comedy label Stand Up! Records, is back and ready to work.
May. 05, 2016
Minneapolis musician Andrew Broder reflects on his new album as Fog, “For Good.”
By
  • Austen Macalus
May. 03, 2016
A&E sits down with local comedian Maggie Faris to talk about her ridiculous stand-up.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
May. 03, 2016
The Steve Lehman Octet will play original experimental jazz at the Walker on Saturday
Apr. 28, 2016
North Minneapolis artist Amoke Kubat premieres her new play on Saturday.
Apr. 28, 2016
Or as everyone else calls them, garbanzo beans.
By
  • Austen Macalus
Apr. 28, 2016
University graduate students are eschewing classic works for compositions of their own.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
Apr. 28, 2016
MFA graphic design students showcase theses at Larson Art Gallery on Monday.
Apr. 19, 2016
The 47th annual Iron Pour at the Regis Center for Art was quite lively this year due to the addition of a disco theme. The theme is supposed to emulate the multi-step choreographed process that it takes to create an iron sculpture.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
Apr. 14, 2016
Northrop hosts World Art Day on Friday, celebrating student art with a variety of events.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
Apr. 14, 2016
The art dept. is hosting its 47th annual iron pour, titled “Iron Disco,” this Friday at Regis.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
Mar. 24, 2016
The Weisman screens “Reel Injun,” a documentary about Native American representations in film.
By
  • Brenda Tran
Nov. 19, 2015
The fest returns for its second year to showcase Latin American filmmakers.
Oct. 22, 2015
A University of Minnesota student group, MinneCinema Studios, made a horror film for the 48 Hour Film Festival Project.
Oct. 22, 2015
Q&A with writer-director C.B. Jacobson, who helmed Twin Cities Film Festival’s “This Loneliness.”
By
  • Joe Cristo
May. 25, 2016
May. 05, 2016
Beautiful weather calls for a picnic with friends.
Apr. 28, 2016
Or as everyone else calls them, garbanzo beans.
Apr. 22, 2016
For the last edition of College Kitchen Yena Lee meets up with a local start up to make some savory Walleye Tacos.
By
  • Joe Cristo
May. 25, 2016
New Minneapolis-based tape label Subaquatic Records grooms new artists and releases their debuts.
By
  • Joe Cristo
May. 25, 2016
By
  • Joe Cristo
May. 25, 2016
Local Minneapolis band Frankie Teardrop break up and release their final album.
May. 05, 2016
Minneapolis musician Andrew Broder reflects on his new album as Fog, “For Good.”
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
May. 05, 2016
The theater company Live Action Set opens “The Sparrow” at The Southern on Friday.
By
  • Austen Macalus
May. 05, 2016
Dan Schlissel, founder of independent comedy label Stand Up! Records, is back and ready to work.
By
  • Austen Macalus
May. 05, 2016
Dan Schlissel, founder of independent comedy label Stand Up! Records, is back and ready to work.
By
  • Danylo Loutchko
May. 03, 2016
The Steve Lehman Octet will play original experimental jazz at the Walker on Saturday
By
  • Austen Macalus
May. 03, 2016
A&E sits down with local comedian Maggie Faris to talk about her ridiculous stand-up.
By
  • Austen Macalus
Apr. 26, 2016
Comedian Kurt Braunohler is continually producing, performing and progressing his work.
By
  • Austen Macalus
Apr. 19, 2016
Risk and opportunity abound for comics in the annual “Crash & Burn” show this week.
By
  • Austen Macalus
Apr. 14, 2016
Local stand-up comic Patrick Susmilch’s debut album digs into personal matters.
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
May. 25, 2016
From stacks of polos to racks lined with Louboutins , the Twin Cities house a number of summer thrifting spots.
By
  • Sophia Vilensky
May. 25, 2016
As the Beyhive swarmed TCF Monday night, the folks of Minnesota showcased their Beyoncé best.
By
  • Brenda Tran
Feb. 02, 2016
Apparel design student Lee Tran is one of 15 seniors who will present collections in a CDES fashion show this Saturday.
Dec. 08, 2015
With the right clothes, you'll be walking in a winter wonderland without freezing.
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