University of Minnesota students are realizing the flaws of their pre-pandemic fast fashion ways and moving toward sustainable consumption.
As another wave of lockdowns looks like an ever more likely possibility, here are A&E’s top ten albums from the first wave of social distancing to get you through a potential second.
Incorporating the bountiful ingredients of the summer months, these recipes highlight the best of farmers market ingredients.
Premiering July 25, Hair + Nails opens two new indoor exhibits, “Scenes” by Joe Sinness and "Results” by Daniel Luedtke, in conjunction with their pre-existing outdoor exhibit of “Holding Space—an installation of light, camera and sound curated by Cameron Downey.” The exhibits touch on themes of queer desire, health and wellness industry messaging and social change.
“Hadestown” co-producer Jennifer Melin Miller talks Broadway and the new age of theater in a socially distanced world.
A&E spoke with University of Minnesota students about navigating the complexity of online and socially distant relationships amid a global pandemic.
Beginning its crowdfunding campaign this weekend, Black Garnet Books will stock work from Black and racially diverse authors.
Jenny Breen, an instructor at the Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing, will teach how to cook during tumultuous times in her July 9 webinar.
Featuring work that highlights the Black community, the virtual gallery premiered June 18 and is up for viewing until July 7.
Bridgers takes a look at the intricacies that layer our life, and does so with great intimacy.