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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."

‘Zoomed in’: A guide to staying engaged during an untraditional semester

'Zoomed in': A guide to staying engaged during an untraditional semester

Emalyn Muzzy

September 17, 2020

Whether you’re distance learning in your parent’s basement or a cramped dorm room, distractions are everywhere. Here’s how to stay focused when it’s easier to shop online than learn online.

In precarious times, Jewish Arts Council continues arts project-funding

Artist Brooks Turner poses for a portrait with a piece of his art outside his home on Saturday, Sep. 12. Turner will exhibit his art in a display centered around past examples of anti-semitism in Minnesota at the Weismann Art Museum in late October. “While starting this project I never thought how much I would uncover, how much I would learn, and the paths that I found while researching.”

Frankie Carlson, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

September 16, 2020

Amid the global health crisis, Rimon, the Minnesota Jewish Arts Council, continues work funding the arts wherever they can.

On-campus dining options set to reopen

Mesa Pizza remains a popular Dinkytown destination amid the pandemic. They offer a unique selection of pizza by the slice. Workers prepare food, wearing masks and practicing social distancing, on Saturday, Sep. 12.

Meg Bishop, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

September 14, 2020

A rundown of University-area restaurants still open for business.

Cut through the noise with A&E’s top albums from this year’s “Grammy dump”

Cut through the noise with A&E's top albums from this year's

Meg Bishop, Associate A&E Reporter

September 11, 2020

As the cutoff for Grammy eligibility drew closer, a multitude of artists released albums this past week. Here are some of A&E's favorites.

Taking the party out of the frat: How Greek life is planning events during the pandemic

Houses on the University's

Nina Raemont

September 10, 2020

UMN fraternities face a semester of distanced brotherhood as COVID-19 alters party plans.