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The Book House in Dinkytown, captured on Tuesday, June 28.

Physical in a digital age: where local bookstores fit in BookTok

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published June 29, 2022
Local bookstores chart their own paths amid a return to physical books fueled by social media book influencers.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art on Monday, Dec. 7, 2020.

New MIA exhibits show relationships among art, nature

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published June 29, 2022
“Dressed by Nature: Textiles of Japan” and “Van Gogh and the Olive Groves” respectively provide an in-depth look at Japanese textiles and a glimpse into the end of the renowned painter's life.
Journey an hour from campus for this week’s recommendations

Journey an hour from campus for this week’s recommendations

by A&E Staff
Published June 27, 2022
The A&E desk has you covered for those days when you want to go on a little afternoon adventure away from the omnipresent Minneapolis skyline.
The Wrecks performed at the Amsterdam Bar and Hall on Thursday, June 23.

Review: The Wrecks brought the heat to St. Paul’s Amsterdam Bar & Hall

by Bel Moran
Published June 27, 2022
LA-based indie pop punk band The Wrecks performed for a jubilant, buzzy crowd in St. Paul, supported by Mothé and girlhouse.
The Museum of Russian Art on Wednesday, June 22.

New anti-war exhibit unifies amid war in Ukraine

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published June 23, 2022
The Museum of Russian Art’s exhibit displays the institution’s support for Ukraine by combining the work of Russian and Ukrainian artists.
A&E Summer Produce Guide: Radishes

A&E Summer Produce Guide: Radishes

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published June 21, 2022
A closer look at the root vegetable that belongs in your recipe repertoire.
Live your best life in the Twin Cities this summer

Live your best life in the Twin Cities this summer

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published June 21, 2022
Between free yoga classes, alleyway-accessible speakeasies and movies beneath the stars, there’s a little something for everyone in the cities.
Get into parklife this summer in the Twin Cities

Get into parklife this summer in the Twin Cities

by A&E Staff
Published June 21, 2022
Parklife is more than just a Blur album title and a handy slice of British slang; it’s an easily accessible lifestyle for Twin Cities residents.
A crowd forms in front of the Rock the Garden stage at the Walker Art Center on Saturday, June 11, 2022.

Rock the Garden returns to the Walker

by Bel Moran
Published June 20, 2022
Sun, sound and sweet treats abounded at the first Rock the Garden, hosted by the Walker Art Center and MPR’s The Current, since quarantine.
A&E’s Twin Cities Pride guide

A&E’s Twin Cities Pride guide

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published June 14, 2022
Stroll through Loring Park, assemble a trivia team or break out your best dancing shoes to celebrate Pride in the Twin Cities this month.

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