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Owner of Saba Dhaba Do poses outside of the Curie Food Hall. The Currie Food Hall has a variety of restaurants to chose from, including two that are run by Saba.

Saba Dhaba Do-check out this Pakistani ghost kitchen

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published July 12, 2021
Sabahat Imran works to bring her take on Pakistani cuisine to the Twin Cities food scene.
The installation for every one have some thing by Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds displayed in the exhibit on June 9.

Minnesota Center for Book Arts releases new virtual exhibit with plans to reopen in the fall for in-person viewing

by Megan Phillips
Published July 12, 2021
The exhibit centers around the climate crisis and features a variety of visual and text art from local and international artists.
Curatorial Fellow Ian Karp poses in front of the Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA) on Tuesday, July 6. Karp, a University of Minnesota 2020 graduate, is organizing an exhibition of The Fly Zine Archive, a collection of zines, comics, artists books and printed ephemera from countercultural scenes of the 1990s and 2000s, according to the MIA website.

Recent UMN grad organizes new zine exhibition at Minneapolis Institute of Art

by Macy Harder
Published July 9, 2021
Ian Karp, a University of Minnesota 2020 graduate and curatorial fellow at Mia, organized “The Fly Zine Archive: A Chronicle of Punk, Queer and Anarchist Counterculture.”
Oromo Student Union holds long-awaited annual cultural celebration

Oromo Student Union holds long-awaited annual cultural celebration

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published June 29, 2021
Five months later than usual, students gather to showcase a multitude of talents, cultural displays and tributes dedicated to the late Hachalu Hundessa.
Heat of the Week: Outdoor jazz and indoor yoga

Heat of the Week: Outdoor jazz and indoor yoga

by Nina Raemont
Published June 28, 2021
A&E has selected a few activities to help you carpe the summer diem.
Some icy treats, artwork and beats

Some icy treats, artwork and beats

by Nina Raemont
Published June 22, 2021
Keep your finger on this week’s local heat
Patrons look at handmade crafts being sold at the Geek Craft Expo held at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Saturday, June 5.

GeekCraft Expo Twin Cities: Local makers from all corners of Geekdom

by Macy Harder
Published June 12, 2021
The market showcased local artists producing geek-themed goods and created a sense of community among those with niche shared interests.
Mural at Robert’s lot on Lake Street in Midtown, Minneapolis on Friday, June 4.

The Graves Foundation wants the people to decide

by Megan Phillips
Published June 11, 2021
The foundation purchased Roberts Lot in March 2020 to hold the property until residents decide what the space should be used for.
Minneapolis-based pop-punk band VIAL poses for a portrait on Monday, June 7.

‘Shit is starting and it will not be stopping’: A big summer of new music ahead for indie punk band VIAL

by Megan Phillips
Published June 8, 2021
The “honk rock” band’s new songs debut amid the return to live performances, highly anticipated by their newfound TikTok following they gained over the months of lockdown.
Shavunda Brown dances with her daughter Lola at the Save the Boards event in downtown Minneapolis on Saturday, June 6.  Save the Boards is a grassroots movement to preserve the artwork made on the boards that covered up businesses windows to protect from the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd.

Local organizations continue efforts of community and preservation through artwork exhibition

by Frankie Carlson
Published June 7, 2021
Despite the over 90 degree heat, the festivities went on strong with live poetry readings, free food and live painters adding to the already remarkable display of visual art.

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