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“Mortal Kombat”;  FINISH THEM

“Mortal Kombat”; FINISH THEM

Over 20 years later, “Mortal Kombat” makes a comeback in brutal fashion, delivering the goods that made long-time fans fall in love with the franchise.
Artist Heather Friedli poses for a portrait with two of her dogs on Sunday, April 25. Friedli creates

Artist spotlight: Get to know local artists

Nina Raemont
April 30, 2021
Here’s nine local artists to keep on your radar.
Jamie Schumacher poses for a portrait outside of Keefer court in Cedar Riverside with her new book on Tuesday, April 27. The book will be released on May 18 and details different stories and conversations with local business owners, residents and creatives who make the West Bank and Cedar-Riverside neighborhood a special place.

Q&A: Jamie Schumacher talks the West Bank with her new book, “Butterflies and Tall Bikes”

Nina Raemont
April 30, 2021
Schumacher chatted with A&E to talk about tall bikes, ghost stories and the writing process.
Members of the local band Distant Edge pose for a portrait outside the Guthrie Theatre on Tuesday, April 27 in Minneapolis, Minnesota From left to right, Sam Swanson on the keys, Nate Erickson on guitar, Nolan Litschewski as lead singer, Aaron Eiden on bass guitar and Jahmal Fischer on drums. “This feels like a really momentous occasion for us, it’s very complete and cohesive and I’m really proud of it,” said Swanson on the release of their debut album.

Local band Distant Edge releases long-awaited debut album “Redlight”

Frankie Carlson, Arts and Entertainment Reporter
April 28, 2021
After years of playing together, Distant Edge dropped their 11 song LP.
Summer Drink Edition of College Kitchen, featuring a sweet berry bliss and a tropical sweet & smoky escape, the Daily documented the making of these tasty drinks on Friday, April 17.

College Kitchen: Summertime cocktails

Nina Raemont
April 28, 2021
Pour one out for the end of the semester.
Review: Young Stoner Life, Young Thug and Gunna’s “Slime Language 2”

Review: Young Stoner Life, Young Thug and Gunna’s “Slime Language 2”

Frankie Carlson, Arts and Entertainment Reporter
April 26, 2021
The modicum of hits brought to the table on “Slime Language 2” are unfortunately outnumbered by the utter duds.
Apparel Design student Spencer Versteeg presented his first collection at the Envision Fashion Show as part of Fashion Week MN on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016 at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis.

Fashion Week MN is bigger than fashion this spring season

Grace Davis
April 25, 2021
Fashion Week MN’s Team is ready to set a new precedent for Fashion Week this spring, focusing on locality, sustainability and inclusivity.
Add these Twin Cities Festivals to your summer bucket list

Add these Twin Cities Festivals to your summer bucket list

Grace Davis
April 25, 2021
A&E is giving you a timeline of all the best festivals to attend this summer.
La Doña Cervecería, a latin-influenced craft brewery located on Freemont Ave North, is a short nine minute drive from the University of Minnesota campus.

Summer brews near the U

Frankie Carlson
April 23, 2021
A&E rounded up some of our favorite local breweries open for socially distanced, in-person seating.
Colby Hansen poses for a portrait on the University of Minnesota Campus on Thursday, April 22. Hansen is a musician who just released her long anticipated album,

Minneapolis’ Colby Hansen releases genre-bending LP

Frankie Carlson
April 23, 2021
Following her 2019 EP, Colby Hansen is back with eight new songs that groove hard and flow smooth.