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The last Perkins restaurant in Minneapolis is seen on Tuesday, July 30. The logo and sign have been removed from the building and it now lays vacant.
Nail artist Melody Vue paints Jelahn Prentiss' nails at Little Luxuries Nail Lounge in Minneapolis on Tuesday, July 30.
The Vicinity Apartments, one of several apartments in Minneapolis providing short-term rentals, is seen on Monday, July 29.
Theodore Christoforidis, a post-doctoral associate in the college of Biological Sciences, demonstrates how small the tube which deposits synthetic cells is in the Molecular and Cellular Biology building on East Bank on Thursday, July 25.
Kate Adamala, assistant professor in the department of Cell Biology and Development and Biology, points to the hole where synthetic cells are released under a microscope in the Molecular and Cellular Biology building on East Bank on Thursday, July 25.
Kate Adamala, assistant professor in the department of Genetics, Cell Biology and Development holds up a vial of fluorescent synthetic liposomes, a membrane made from purified lipids, in the Molecular and Cellular Biology building on East Bank on Thursday, July 25. These synthetic membranes mimic the properties of natural cell membranes.
Lot A on 4th Street in Cedar-Riverside is seen on Thursday, July 25. Currently a city-subsidized parking lot, the parcel could be redeveloped into a public market.