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An order of birria tacos from Tacos Locos, served with fresh lime and a zingy sauce.

Review: Fresh flavors abounds at Dinky’s new taqueria

by Bel Moran
Published August 4, 2022
Tacos Locos, Dinkytown’s latest restaurant addition, brings invigorating Mexican street food to campus.
MNDaily table with food

Loose guidelines for a 20-something’s budget-based dinner party

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published August 3, 2022
The dinner party isn’t dead — it’s just different.
Five Favorites: UMN basketball player Parker Fox shares his favs

Five Favorites: UMN basketball player Parker Fox shares his favs

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published August 2, 2022
In Five Favorites, the Minnesota Daily’s newest series, A&E catches up with some of campus’ more well-known figures to grab five quick recs.
Tomatoes, both a fruit and a vegetable, serve a multitude of purposes in the kitchen.

A&E Summer Produce Guide: Tomatoes

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published August 2, 2022
Hate it or love it, tomatoes are a vegetable and filled with fiber.
Guard Payton Willis brings the ball up the court at Williams Arena on Sunday, Nov. 24. The Gophers defeated North Dakota 79-56.

Payton Willis signs with Hapoel Gilboa Galil

by Rogan Isbell
Published July 29, 2022
The Israeli League team signed Willis after he played in the NBA Summer League with the Golden State Warriors.
Department of Radiology Associate Professor Pierre-Giles Henry poses for a portrait in the MRI lab room at the Magnetic Resonance Research Center on Tuesday, July 25.

Rare disease study holds global promise toward cure

by Ellie Roth
Published July 28, 2022
A team of researchers at the University of Minnesota are part of a study that is tracking the progression of Friedreich ataxia.
Epidemiology Doctoral Student Inari Mohammed poses for a portrait in the Tawfiq Islamic Center in Minneapolis on Thursday, June 21. The Seward Vaccine Equity Project held their recent in-person event at the center.

Community outreach group provides vaccine information to underrepresented groups

by Amirah Razman
Published July 27, 2022
A group of volunteers from UMN regularly hosts COVID-19 vaccination events in order to ease worries about the vaccine.
Protesters stood outside of Varsity Theater with signs while show attendees stood in line waiting for the show to start.

Dave Chappelle stand-up shows bring tension to Varsity Theater

by Bel Moran and James Schaak
Published July 26, 2022
Chappelle performed at Varsity Theater after First Avenue canceled his performances on Wednesday following backlash regarding his comments about transgender people, prompting community response.
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.
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.”

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