The Soo Visual Arts Center in Lyn-Lake has opened both of its back gallery spaces to one artist for the first time ever — University of Minnesota alumnus Christopher Selleck’s exhibit, “This is a Record,” will fill the space with a range of visual art.
The inside flap of the debut essay collection by musician, writer and University of Minnesota philosophy alumna Dessa states she “defies category.” “My Own Devices” reflects this defiance. It begins with a narrative overview, which is followed by a glossary of rap definitions and character descriptions. We hear a story before we know how to define it.
If you’re new to the Twin Cities, exploring can be a little intimidating. Do you stay on campus and see a football game? Take the Green Line to downtown St. Paul? Support some of the art students on campus or hit up a happy hour?
The dangers of the internet can range from cyberbullying to catfishing to the embarrassing profile photos you haven’t deleted from your early Facebook days. “Searching,” a new thriller directed by Aneesh Chaganty, plays into these widespread fears.
Thanks to blogs and Instagram, the zero waste world has long thrived on the Internet, allowing people who live trash-free to share tips, products and advice in online communities.
Though people — and dog — watching is good any night on St. Anthony Main, A&E was at the dog parade to scope out the best looks and cutest pups in the crowd. Here are four of our favorite looks.
In its 25 years, the annual Minnesota Fringe Festival has filled thousands of seats at theaters across the Twin Cities. Modeled to be widely accessible like the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, performers are selected though a lottery.
The recently-opened Fresh Thyme near campus has found competition in downtown Minneapolis — a brand new Trader Joe's, opening this Friday. Located a couple blocks away from the Guthrie Theater and a short walk from both a Metro bus stop and the Green Line, the new store is sure to attract crowds.