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Review: ‘The Ride,’ more like ‘The Crash’

Review: 'The Ride,' more like 'The Crash'
Emalyn Muzzy, Arts and Entertainment Reporter
December 3, 2020
With a screenplay that included writing by University of Minnesota alum Jack Reher, “The Ride” shows the life of John Buultjens in a half-hearted way.

Sharing Food: Minnesota’s own hot dish

Sharing Food: Minnesota’s own hot dish
Nina Raemont
December 3, 2020
A brief history of the state staple and a recipe for the simple dish.

Lights, wheelchairs and ramps: Northrop film series takes dancing to new heights

Northrop Auditorium as seen on April 5, 2015.
Meg Bishop
December 3, 2020
Kinetic Light tests the limits of what it means to be differently abled.

Former Glam Doll Donuts employees reveal intimidating work environment, discrimination claims

The Glam Doll Donuts street sign hangs in Northeast Minneapolis on Monday, Nov. 30.
Nina Raemont, Arts and Entertainment Reporter
December 3, 2020
What started as a few shared instances of alleged wrongful termination at Glam Doll Donuts evolved into several employees coming forward to detail their experience working at the iconic shop.

Popcorn joint pops up in Dinkytown

PoppedCorn employee Natalie Dufm makes a fresh batch of popcorn at the new Dinkytown establishment on Saturday, Nov. 28. This is owner Susan Michaletz’s second PoppedCorn store.
Samantha Woodward, City Reporter
December 2, 2020
The family-run PoppedCorn opened its second location Nov. 5.

College Kitchen: Holiday drinks for a merry and bright December

College Kitchen: Holiday drinks for a merry and bright December
Nina Raemont, Arts and Entertainment Reporter
December 1, 2020
Get in the holiday spirit with some simple drinks.

Local artist stitches politics into handmade masks

Elizabeth Abraha stitches a new mask at her home on Monday, Nov. 30. “I’ve always been a creative person, and now this is my way of making my thoughts real.”
Frankie Carlson, Arts and Entertainment Reporter
December 1, 2020
Elizabeth Abraha started a business selling face coverings embroidered with powerful political statements on Instagram.

Students turn on their camera to share what they’ve been wearing to “Zoom U”

Photo Courtesy of Sarah Olson
Meg Bishop, Arts and Entertainment Reporter
November 30, 2020
A&E spoke to students about their stand-out “Zoom University” attire.

Heat of the week: Fly Chix, family drama and the New 1017

Heat of the week: Fly Chix, family drama and the New 1017
Alex Strangman
November 30, 2020
Need some pop culture inspiration for your week? Keep your finger on the pulse of all things A&E with this week’s heat.

Shui Project delivers a ‘food hug’ to West Bank

The Shui Project volunteer Kori Quillo prepares a meal that was ordered through the Food Hug, which is the Shui Project’s donation-based pay-what-you-can pop-up, at Keefer Court Bakery & Cafe on West Bank on Tuesday, Nov. 17.
Nina Raemont
November 24, 2020
The most recent pop-up put on by The Shui Project brought comfort and warmth to the Twin Cities community.