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Michelle Zauner of Japanese breakfast bangs a gong during a performance of Be Sweet as her husband, Peter Bradley, plays piano at First Avenue in Minneapolis.

Breaking down doors and holding them open

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published July 20, 2022
Japanese Breakfast and The Linda Lindas bring two generations of music to Minneapolis in one night. A conversation with the crowd at the Japanese Breakfast show in Minneapolis reveals what audiences love about the band and why teen band The Linda Lindas are catching audiences’ attention.
Review: “Where the Crawdads Sing” misses the murder-mystery mark

Review: “Where the Crawdads Sing” misses the murder-mystery mark

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published July 20, 2022
Even a Taylor Swift original is not enough to salvage the bestselling novel turned YA-esque feature film.
The interior of Grays, a restaurant and cafe in Dinkytown on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021.

Gray’s closes its doors July 17

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published July 19, 2022
Farewell to “the lovers, the maestros, the muses.”
A search for goldysjockstrap on Instagram will give you No Results Found.

Q&A: “goldysjockstrap,” the people’s memelord, talks retirement

by Bel Moran
Published July 19, 2022
The enigmatic GJS has hung up her meme curation indefinitely. A&E asked her to share her thoughts on leaving, forming relationships online and the next generation of meme page admins.
Local Music Artist Colin Bracewell poses for a portrait on Wednesday, July 13.

Profile: Colin Bracewell isn’t sure if he’s oversharing

by Bel Moran
Published July 18, 2022
After a chaotic Saturday, University of Minnesota student Bracewell played a sensational show for a sold out, intimate audience at 7th Street Entry ahead of a new release.
Kava Bar Mpls Founder Morgan Jaros poses for a portrait at the Kava Bar pop up at Puris Foods in Minneapolis on Sunday, July 10.

Morgan Jaros’ Kava Bar aims to acquaint Minneapolis with kava

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published July 15, 2022
Jaros touts kava, an edible root that can be mixed into drinks, as a healthy alcohol-alternative and has begun serving it at the Plant Based Pop-Up Market.
A student’s guide to staying cool for cheap during summer heat waves

A student’s guide to staying cool for cheap during summer heat waves

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published July 14, 2022
From laying in Minneapolis’ many free shady parks to watching basketball games in air conditioned stadiums, here is a list of ways students can stay cool this summer without breaking the bank.
A&E reporter’s picks: Best songs of summer

A&E reporter’s picks: Best songs of summer

by A&E Staff
Published July 13, 2022
Every so often there’s a summer hit that changes the way America thinks about pop music. Here are some of the A&E desk’s favorites.
A&E reporter’s picks: Outdoor patios in Minneapolis

A&E reporter’s picks: Outdoor patios in Minneapolis

by A&E Staff
Published July 7, 2022
Relish your limited Minnesota summer outdoor eating and drinking opportunities with these recommendations from the A&E desk.
Sanni Brown has been in the radio business for years, and Carbon Sound will showcase Black talent outside of the current societal molds.

Q&A with host of the Current’s new stream, Carbon Sound

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published July 7, 2022
Carbon Sound’s Sanni Brown helps create a thread between radio and younger listeners while highlighting the diversity of Black artists in Minnesota.

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