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Heat of the Week: Imposters, shawarma and haunted hair

Heat of the Week: Imposters, shawarma and haunted hair

Emalyn Muzzy

October 26, 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.

Heads up, skateboarders; a great skate spot may be closer than you think

Jonathan MacDonald perfects his skate tricks on the Washington Avenue bridge.

Meg Bishop

October 24, 2020

A&E met up with student-skaters to learn the best spots to shred near campus.

Students search for socially distant fall activities

Students search for socially distant fall activities

Meg Bishop

October 23, 2020

Students bundle up and head outside to enjoy the fall weather.

Sharing Food: Qaib rau tshuaj (Hmong chicken in herbs)

Mayflower Vang, a Hmong student, prepares a traditional Hmong chicken dish in her sister’s house on Saturday, Oct. 16. The boiled chicken dish is served with a variety of fresh Hmong herbs.

Nina Raemont

October 22, 2020

Sharing Food, a series by A&E, seeks to connect students and their own cultural cuisines, letting no meal go unshared.

Local indie-pop duo Miloe creates a “summery vibe” with upcoming EP

Courtesy Photo

Meg Bishop, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

October 21, 2020

Miloe, a rising Minneapolis indie-pop band, is releasing its nostalgia-based EP “Greenhouse” on Oct. 30.

Weisman Art Museum faces criticism after delaying repatriation of Native American objects for 30 years

The Weisman Art Museum stands on Sunday, Sept. 20. The museum received objects from the Mimbres collection in 1992.

Becca Most, Campus Activities Reporter

October 20, 2020

Graduate anthropology students are advocating for the Mimbres Collection’s return to affiliated tribes in New Mexico.

Horror shows, killer flows and phở to go

Horror shows, killer flows and phở to go

Frankie Carlson, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

October 20, 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.

Longtime Dinkytown staple Purple Onion closes doors

Joe and Johannse, long time Purple Onion patrons, enjoy ice cream cones on the patio on Saturday, May 26, 2018. In addition to coffee, the eatery served pizza, sandwiches and ice cream, among other things.

Jasmine Snow

October 19, 2020

"Ponion," as some lovingly referred to it, announced its closure after nearly 30 years via Facebook.

Around the country in a nutshell

Photo Courtesy of Owen Luterbach

Nina Raemont, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

October 19, 2020

While some 2020 University grads began their first jobs from home, Owen Luterbach went to work in a peanut.

Quarantine Queens: Local drag queens persevere amid a trying year

Sasha Cassadine, a drag queen based in Minneapolis, poses for a portrait. Cassadine is faced with a drag scene challenged by the decrease in social gatherings due to regulations intended to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Emalyn Muzzy, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

October 17, 2020

The drag scene changed a lot over the past six months, from a pandemic to a civil rights movement, nothing seems the same. But change isn’t always a bad thing.