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College news in a digital age

by Tony
Published March 27, 2014

No charges in alleged sex assault

by Tony
Published January 30, 2014

Student found dead near Mississippi River

by Tony
Published December 15, 2013

Editor’s note: Suspect descriptions

by Tony
Published November 18, 2013
Princeton Review operations manager Law Schuelke packs a last few items from their old location into his car on Friday outside of the UTEC building in Dinkytown.

Small business Dinkytown gem closes

by Tony
Published December 5, 2012

Plasma move axed, could delay WaHu

by Tony
Published December 4, 2012
Representatives of the North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters protest the contracting practices of Doran Companies on Wednesday outside Minneapolis City Hall.

Doran clashes with union

by Tony
Published November 29, 2012
Skott Johnson, president of the Dinkytown Business Association, in his store Autographics on Nov. 12 in Dinkytown.

The man behind Dinkytown

by Tony
Published November 27, 2012
Junior Faiz Ahmad studies with Kianmehr Ehtiatkar, Kianoosh Ehtiatkar and Micael Menendez at the new coffee shop Publika in Dinkytown. The shop gave out free bubble tea and coffee as its grand opening offer.

New café blends int’l with local

by Tony
Published November 20, 2012

Community rallies behind U alumnus

by Tony
Published November 19, 2012

Leg. shift could be good for the U

by Tony
Published November 12, 2012

Bachmann reelected for fourth term

by Tony
Published November 7, 2012

Dinkytown Wine and Spirits expands

by Tony
Published November 1, 2012

Apt. boom to push on, 2014 and beyond

by Tony
Published October 24, 2012

Bistro, developer clash over new apts.

by Tony
Published October 3, 2012

Businesses to lose parking at UTEC site

by Tony
Published September 27, 2012
Mesa Pizza general manager Matt Tomkins serves crowds of late-night customers Saturday night in Dinkytown. Tomkins says he likes the challenge of working late nights.

Mesa manager looks to what’s next

by Tony
Published September 25, 2012
Artist Carly Schmitt , left, supervises volunteers Tim Johnson, Megan McCrunb and Alex Kern as they work on the Gateway Mural Project on Sunday afternoon along 15th Avenue. The project is nearing completing after two years of financial, artistic and political challenges.

A ‘Gateway’ to community

by Tony
Published September 17, 2012
Business freshman Jamie Wyatt, right, pins a photo of a Sept. 11 victim on a memorial organized by the Chabad Jewish student group Tuesday in front of Coffman Union. The memorial was part of a good-deed marathon where students pledged to do good in honor of those who died.

A shift in remembrance

by Tony
Published September 12, 2012

Students hungry for campus grocery

by Tony
Published September 11, 2012
Peppermint Park CEO and founder Jessie Conners readies bags for display in her store Sunday morning in Dinky Town. Conners had been at work since 4:00 a.m. prepping the store to open the following day.

Dinkytown designer shop opens

by Tony
Published September 4, 2012

Review: “The Bourne Legacy”

by Tony
Published August 8, 2012
Brian Tangren, left, and Adrienne Kronick perform in Choose Your Adventure on Thursday at the Minneapolis Theatre Garage. The show is a part of the Minneapolis Fringe Festival going on from Aug. 2-12.

Choose your own theater

by Tony
Published August 8, 2012
After graduating from University of Wisconsin- Madison Eric Rogers moved back home to his parents house perfect his bedroom electronica.

In the stars

by Tony
Published August 4, 2012

A Brick by any other name

by Tony
Published August 1, 2012

Interview: Sharon Van Etten

by Tony
Published August 1, 2012
Canae Weiss, who plays the character of a deaf dancer named Abby, signs Sunday at the Cowles Center during rehearsal of the musical “Silence.” The performance features a cast of actors that sign, speak, sing and interpret.

Break the silence

by Tony
Published August 1, 2012
Artist Wang Ping holds a thread of flags containing art and poetry over the Mississippi River, made by people along the river, Monday. Ping will be holding her exhibit “Kinship of Rivers” this Saturday at the Soap Factory in Minneapolis. The exhibit is part of the ongoing project joining the Mississippi River and the Yangtze River through collective art and ideas.

Rolling on the river

by Tony
Published July 25, 2012

Review: “The Dark Knight Rises”

by Tony
Published July 25, 2012
Myndwyrm members Paul Stucker, Billy Mullaney, Peter Rusk pose for a portrait Thursday in their downtown rehearsal space.

The wild bunch

by Tony
Published July 18, 2012

SoundTown cancelled

by Tony
Published July 11, 2012
Kevin Long and Lauren Haven give the audience a closer look at the puppets after their show ““The Adventures of Katie Tomatie”“ on June 30 in south Minneapolis. The Driveway Tour will be presenting three different shows in neighborhoods through Aug. 7.

Taking it to the streets

by Tony
Published July 11, 2012
The Tribe and Big Cats! releases “Space,” its third album “”in 18 months, July 14 at the 7th Street Entry.

A tribe called cats

by Tony
Published July 11, 2012
Jeff Koons Rabbit featured in the show This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s at the Walker Art Center. Helen Molesworth considered this one of the centerpieces of the exhibit.

I love the ’80s

by Tony
Published July 3, 2012
Sophia Eris, Claire de Lune, and Lizzo pose for a portrait Saturday in Uptown.

Holy grail of hip-hop

by Tony
Published June 27, 2012
Photographer Cig Harvey talks about her photo exhibit, You Look at Me Like an Emergency, on Friday at the Minneapolis Photo Center.

Photographic Memory

by Tony
Published June 24, 2012

Summer TV Round Up: Better Late

by Tony
Published June 22, 2012
 The cast of “Anytown” rehearses Friday at the Guthrie Theater. “Anytown” runs June 21-24.

Darkness on the edge of the stage

by Tony
Published June 20, 2012
Librarian Chad Gilman and mail carrier Chris Allen produced the mockumentary film “Mothermen” for the 48 Hour Film Project. Neither had ever made a film of his own before.

Every second counts

by Tony
Published June 20, 2012

JoCo Fusion

by Tony
Published June 13, 2012
Brian Szott, head of collections at the Minnesota Historical Society, shows paintings from the Public Works of Art Project onThursday in the History Center archives.

New Deal, new zeal

by Tony
Published June 11, 2012

Ray Bradbury dead at 91

by Tony
Published June 6, 2012
Local band Reina del Cid and the Cidizens will openfor Haley Bonar at Northrop Mall on 7 p.m. Friday.

Reina Del Universidad

by Tony
Published June 6, 2012
Minneapolis biographer Antonia Felix will be releasing her first novel “Fatal Remedy”. The book launch will take place Saturdayat the Bryant-Lake Bowl.

Fatal attraction

by Tony
Published June 6, 2012
Local writer and comedian Joseph Scrimshaw performs during Rockstar Storytellers: The Next Level on Sunday at the Bryant- Lake Bowl. Scrimshaw will be back at Bryant-Lake for a live recording of his podcast, “Obsessed”, on Friday.

Obsessed with Obsession

by Tony
Published June 6, 2012

DC Comics outs Green Lantern

by Tony
Published June 1, 2012
Choreographer Otto Ramstad controls his pedestrian stance Friday afternoon at the Walker Art Center.

Super human nature

by Tony
Published May 30, 2012

“The War Within” rages on

by Tony
Published May 30, 2012

The Bayside kids are back

by Tony
Published May 3, 2012

Drop the bass

by Tony
Published May 1, 2012

Dylan Hicks Returns

by Tony
Published April 26, 2012
Rebekah Schmidt, right, models a design by Carissa Prieve, left, for the upcoming No White fashion show Friday in McNeal Hall.  The designs were intended to have been inspired by violence, deception, passion and revenge that have been whitewashed from fairy tales.

Happily never after

by Tony
Published April 24, 2012
The Head and the Heart Band Photo

Riding the Groundswell

by Tony
Published April 19, 2012

Following up with The Brick

by Tony
Published April 17, 2012
Nathan Hastings, a freshman in communication studies and studies in cinema and media culture, wrote and directed a film submission for the upcoming University of Minnesota Student Film Festival titled Paper Caper.

Student Film Fest

by Tony
Published April 12, 2012

Back in the Game

by Tony
Published April 3, 2012
After achieving fame as a television personality, writer and actor John Hodgman reinvented himself as a deranged millionaire. Hell bring his message of doom to the Varsity tonight.

Review: An Evening with John Hodgman

by Tony
Published March 30, 2012
After achieving fame as a television personality, writer and actor John Hodgman reinvented himself as a deranged millionaire. Hell bring his message of doom to the Varsity tonight.

Interview: John Hodgman

by Tony
Published March 29, 2012

Down and Out

by Tony
Published March 27, 2012
Sam Amidon, Nico Muhly and Thomas Bartlett frequently collaborate on each other’s folk and classical music. They’ll reunite for their first show in the US in years at the Walker tonight and tomorrow

Together Again

by Tony
Published March 22, 2012

A look inside The Brick

by Tony
Published March 22, 2012
Review: “Friends With Kids”

Review: “Friends With Kids”

by Tony
Published March 9, 2012
Lez Zeppelin plays Led Zeppelin at the State Theater in Fairfax, Virginia on June 18, 2011.  Photo by Pat Benic

The song remains the same

by Tony
Published March 8, 2012
Yellow Ostrich released their new record this week and will hit the 7th Street Entry on Saturday.

I know why the yellow ostrich sings

by Tony
Published March 8, 2012
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