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10 Twin Cities events to attend this August

10 Twin Cities events to attend this August

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published August 9, 2022
End your summer on a high note with lawn parties, vintage sales, drive-in movies and more.
A&E reporter’s picks: Favorite summer pop culture moments

A&E reporter’s picks: Favorite summer pop culture moments

by A&E Staff
Published August 5, 2022
A Broadway scandal, an it-girl, an album and a trendsetting tv show. Here are A&E’s favorites from this summer.
The Mobile Metal Lab at Hansons World UFO Day party on July 2nd. Hanson tries to make art more accessible for the community through the metal lab.

Metal foundry on wheels casts art into local communities

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published August 5, 2022
University of Minnesota alum Sara Hanson’s W.O.W. Mobile Metal Lab makes art and metal pouring more accessible to local communities.
The Plastic Rapt: A History of Designing Forever exhibit located in the Goldstein Gallery, captured on Tuesday, July 26. This exhibit explores the origins, uses and impacts—both environmental and social—of this versatile and permanent material.

Design museum exhibit examines our relationship with plastic

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published August 5, 2022
The Goldstein Museum of Design’s new exhibit, which is on display until Sept. 25, highlights the omnipresence of plastic in modern life and analyzes its duality as a useful yet damaging material.
Industrial punk rock band Apocalypse Theatre performs at Patricks Cabaret on Saturday, July 16.

Patrick’s Cabaret reemerges, celebrating Twin Cities’ LGBTQ arts scene

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published August 4, 2022
Sparked by the 50th anniversary of Twin Cities Pride, the historic Patrick’s Cabaret returns in person to showcase the roots of queer performance in the metro area.
The Gaia exhibit at the Bell Museum in Falcon Heights on Tuesday, Aug. 2.

Massive touring Earth installation comes to Bell Museum

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published August 4, 2022
This summer, the Bell Museum is hosting “Gaia,” a humbling recreation of the Earth that broadens our perspectives of our own planet.
An order of birria tacos from Tacos Locos, served with fresh lime and a zingy sauce.

Review: Fresh flavors abounds at Dinky’s new taqueria

by Bel Moran
Published August 4, 2022
Tacos Locos, Dinkytown’s latest restaurant addition, brings invigorating Mexican street food to campus.
Review: The 7 best Targets for UMN students

Review: The 7 best Targets for UMN students

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published August 3, 2022
From St. Louis Park to Dinkytown, here’s a guide for UMN Target shoppers.
MNDaily table with food

Loose guidelines for a 20-something’s budget-based dinner party

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published August 3, 2022
The dinner party isn’t dead — it’s just different.
Five Favorites: UMN basketball player Parker Fox shares his favs

Five Favorites: UMN basketball player Parker Fox shares his favs

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published August 2, 2022
In Five Favorites, the Minnesota Daily’s newest series, A&E catches up with some of campus’ more well-known figures to grab five quick recs.