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Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily


Four artists typify Minneapolis’ Red Hot scene

by Erin Adler
Published June 8, 2005
Art festival calls attention to the work of local, independent voices

Fighting for your food and your family

by Steven Snyder
Published June 1, 2005
Ron Howard boxing opus takes its time in developing a world outside the ring

Rise of the rebels

Published February 24, 2005
Thanks to the popularity of local rap star P.O.S., Doomtree is quickly becoming the Twin Cities' next big-time hip-hop crew. The group continues its successful run with two "False Hopes" releases from rappers Cecil Otter and Dessa.

Still sorting through the bins

by Claire Joseph
Published January 27, 2005
The Goldstein showcases the cream of an 18,000 album record collection

The queen of topsy-turvydom

by Greg Corradini
Published November 18, 2004
Identities aren't always what they seem at Patrick's Cabaret

Clothing with a point

by Katrina Wilber
Published April 15, 2004
The MIA's exhibit of Plains Indian shirts encompasses the traditional and the modern.

King of the road

by Katrina Wilber
Published February 26, 2004
Paintings of semi trailers crowd a bike-oriented gallery.

Silver, metallic and modern

Published October 16, 2003
University students will perform an interpretive dance to celebrate 10 years of the Weisman Art Museum.

Three galleries with a single purpose

by Jenny Phan
Published September 18, 2003
University museums feature paintings, sculptures and avant-garde installations

At War with the Labels

by Brianna Riplinger
Published October 24, 2002

Last January, Tom Petty, Beck and Courtney Love, among others, went to California's state capitol with the founders of the recently-formed Recording Artists Coalition: Don Henley and Sheryl Crow. They...

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