Meet Tae Supreme, the Twin Cities rapper who wants the world to know his time is now.
“Happy birthday sweetheart! I hope you have a great day! (P.S. try not to spend it all in one place!!!)” Cute card, right? My grandma wrote it. The problem? She wrote it to my ex boyfriend!
“I lie in the many dimensions of a black man,” said Taoheed Bayo, one of the models in the project and a math major at the University. “As a black man, we’re seen as this rigid, aggressive, almost inanimate object. But on the contrary, we have feelings. We have emotions.”
“People project their assumptions of what Native art should look like, and we kind of want to push back against that imposed narrative and create dialogue on that experience," said artist Angela Two Stars.
Playing with the balance of each genre has produced a dynamic discography that makes the Bad Bad Hats listening experience an active one. It would be hard to tune out the music as background noise.
The murals offer a historically accurate view of the past of the Great Lakes as well as a cautionary, apocalyptic view of the future of the lakes — if humans don’t take action now.
We texted back and forth for a little bit and she seemed enthusiastic about finding a time to meet, until I got this text...
Local clothing brand Flavor World creates content you can see, read and wear.
The homecoming concert could be heard far and wide across the University of Minnesota campus as Phoebe Ryan and Saba turned out a huge crowd last Friday.
No Megan? No problem. Give these three local female artists some love instead.
My girlfriend seems thrilled about her new roommate, but all I can see is him trying to seduce her when I’m not around. What do I do?
I don’t think there’s a huge problem — but one of my friends walked in on us in a frat basement closet, and he’s threatening to tell my friend.
The seventh annual North American Kendama Open (NAKO) begins Thursday, Oct. 3.
Allowing the painting to breathe means letting the color of the paper, or in Zander’s case, the body, come through in places where it’s needed.
We’ve been going out for almost two months now and I even referred to him as my boyfriend yesterday. Problem is, he still hasn’t kissed me!
Every girl’s intro is “omg I wanna meet your dog” and I don’t know what to do!
“Since I started coming to the club, I’ve heard so much more new music than I normally would hear about," said member Corinne Pease. It’s really opened up the type of stuff that I’m listening to.
“Queer Forms” isn’t just a chronology of the LGBTQ+ liberation movement — it’s a story about how the past, present and future of the movement can coexist in a space.
Through it all, we remember that we're a team. We’re brothers and sisters at this point. We're family. So the goal is to keep that in mind.