On Saturday, Lit Crawl MN brought out the best dressed and most well read of Minneapolis.
A sketch comedy troupe founded by University alumnae will hold their debut show this Friday.
Released last Friday, Father John Misty’s fourth album, “God’s Favorite Customer” is as captivating as it is cryptic. The same could be said about Josh Tillman, Father John Misty himself.
With tens of thousands of weekly Soundcloud streams, new tracks in the works and a summer full of networking, rapper FLIP is on the rise — probably.
Over the years Kail witnessed street fights, drove a few celebrities and saw more Friday nights in Dinkytown than most people should.
After a year of discussion, Grand Ole Creamery has officially partnered with the Purple Onion Café to sell their ice cream to insatiable college students.
When the temperatures reach 90 degrees in May, you can cower in the air conditioning. Or you can remember that about a month ago we were cursing a weekend-long blizzard. Whip up these recipes, grab your favorite picnic blanket and the chilled LaCroix from your fridge and head to your favorite park or your friend’s front yard — just make sure there's some shade.
Culture compass: enjoy the Twin Cities food scene all weekend long
Whether you’re spending your summer lounging by the pool, chasing after children or sitting behind a desk, you don’t have to fall victim to boredom. You've probably heard of a few of these podcasts, or even sampled a few episodes — but summer is the perfect time to fully develop your addiction.
Don’t let the grind of finals get you down — the season of outdoor concerts, street festivals and farmers markets is just around the corner.
When University of Minnesota alumna Ashley Hanson began to study theater in college, she struggled to see herself in the roles.
Maritza Ramirez, an esthetician at the North Loop’s Haus Salon and proprietor of all things glowy, found her spot in the skincare world in a bit of a roundabout way.
Yesterday afternoon, hundreds of students gathered to rejoice in the Hindu festival of colors. Hosted by the University’s Bharat club, Holi celebrates the success of good over evil and welcomes the coming of a new spring.
About two weeks ago, Kanye West announced that he was writing a philosophy book — “Break the Simulation.” That same day, West took back to Twitter after a long hiatus. There were a few days of “inspirational” messages that played out like knock-off Chance the Rapper account tweets. Everyone was retweeting, and every Snapchat news app was reporting the messages.
This Saturday, Northrop Auditorium will be host to one of the biggest university a cappella events nationwide — besides the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, of course (that’s the competition you know from "Pitch Perfect").
Thanks to those late bursts of wintery snow, fresh produce seems like just a dream now. It might still be, but A&E put together a few recipes that will keep you dreaming of all the spring produce you can enjoy (soon). Think greens, artichokes, peas and strawberries.
Emoji-faced serial killers, Shakespearean love sagas and a remake of a 1980s music video — this is just a sampling of the movies debuted at the MinneCinema film festival.