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Twin Cities Book Festival goes virtual for its twentieth anniversary

Twin Cities Book Festival goes virtual for its twentieth anniversary

Nina Raemont

September 25, 2020

The great Minnesota literary get-together will feature more than three dozen authors, continuing its mission of advocacy and accessibility.

University students lead a driving force for food sovereignty

Uprooted and Rising Campaign Co-Lead Meredith Song poses for a portrait at Northrop on Sunday Sep. 20.  Uprooted and Rising is a group striving to promote food sovereignty within the University of Minnesota system.

Katelyn Vue

September 25, 2020

Uprooted and Rising Minneapolis is demanding the University cut ties with Cargill and Aramark.

No field, no problem: UMN marching band recounts online “spat camp”

Photo Courtesy of the University of Minnesota Marching Band

Emalyn Muzzy

September 24, 2020

Members of the University of Minnesota marching band reflect on highs and lows of virtual learning as in-person instruction resumes.

Weisman Art Museum set to reopen doors Oct. 1

The Weisman Art Museum stands empty on Sunday, Sept. 20, as the staff prepare for their reopening on Thursday, Oct. 1.

Nina Raemont, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

September 22, 2020

Students can check out permanent and temporary pieces and take advantage of the physical and virtual spaces now available

Twin Cities record stores gear up for vinyl event of the year

Twin Cities record stores gear up for vinyl event of the year

Meg Bishop

September 21, 2020

The second of three drops celebrating this year’s annual Record Store Day is coming up this Saturday, Sept. 26.

Heat of the Week: Old flicks, new Prince and a tasty Korean dish (or two)

Heat of the Week: Old flicks, new Prince and a tasty Korean dish (or two)

Frankie Carlson, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

September 21, 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.

Dr. Date: What PPE should I use during sex?

Dr. Date: What PPE should I use during sex?

Dr. Date

September 20, 2020

Have lube and hand sanitizer on hand, but for the love of god don’t mix the two up.

Har Mar Superstar and Laura Hauser use coloring books to provide aid to music scene

Images Courtesy of Coloring Books for a Cause

Meg Bishop, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

September 18, 2020

The local musician teamed up with his fiancee and other illustrators to fundraise through coloring books featuring beloved Minneapolis venues

Sharing Food: Bánh Xèo and Nước Mắm/Chấm

Bánh xèo is a crêpe style dish originating in Vietnam. Students prepare the traditional plate with rice flour, water and turmeric, along with a dipping sauce, Nước mắm/chấm then adding various proteins, spices, and vegetables on Sunday Sep 13.

Nina Raemont

September 17, 2020

“Sharing Food,” a new series by A&E, hopes to bring together students and their own cultural cuisines to discuss their recipes and stories, letting no meal go unshared.

Heat of the week: MIA, Travis Scott Meal and more

Heat of the week: MIA, Travis Scott Meal and more

Nina Raemont

September 17, 2020

The Minnesota Daily's "Culture Compass" column has been reinvented. Meet "Heat of the Week."