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House shows can bring different bands together in the same space.

House show in Como provides close-knit live performances

by Max Mueller
Published July 20, 2023
Why Not, Creeping Charlie, and Diet Lite rock the Chop Shop in Minneapolis.
A glass of Tomms lager on draft in the Falling Knife taproom.

Review: Falling Knife Brewing Company will satisfy IPA connoisseurs, casual drinkers alike

by Ethan Lambert
Published July 19, 2023
The craft brewery, located north of Como, is a relaxed environment featuring a variety of beers on tap, pinball machines and a free jukebox.
Even though released on June 22, the show received 13 Emmy nominations for its first season.

Review: “The Bear” season two

by Saija Maki-Waller
Published July 18, 2023
With 13 Emmy nominations, season two of “The Bear” exceeds all expectations, managing to further ground the characters, all while taking the show to new heights.
A recording from Dylans UMN days was donated in 2005 to the Minnesota Historical Society.

Bob Dylan: Cultural icon, influential songwriter and UMN alum

by Ethan Lambert
Published July 16, 2023
The distinguished folk singer-songwriter attended UMN for one semester in 1959, before starting his career as a musician.
Wordplay announcement outside of the Loft Literary Center on July 8, 2023.

Wordplay festival features 30+ authors, centers writing as revolution

by Sarah Horner
Published July 11, 2023
The Loft Literary Center brought together local and national writers for a day of discussion, reflection and reading.
First Avenue’s Rock Lottery Concert on Friday July 7, 2023, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

First Avenue hosted its first annual Rock Lottery featuring new Twin Cities bands

by Saija Maki-Waller
Published July 11, 2023
25 local artists were sorted into five new bands and given 48 hours to write a set for the Rock Lottery at First Avenue.
The film was released last weekend, but still an entertaining movie to see.

Review: “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny”

by Ethan Lambert
Published July 7, 2023
The fifth film in the franchise is an unnecessary sequel, but it proves to be entertaining nonetheless.
The restaurant located off Xerxes is worth a taste.

Review: Pizzeria Lola provides wood-fired pizzas with personality

by Sarah Horner
Published July 6, 2023
Owned by the award-winning chef Ann Kim, this establishment is a friendly neighborhood place to find top-notch pizza.
The newly-released album, Pink Tape, ventured into styles not typically heard with Lil Uzi Vert.

Album Review: “The Pink Tape” by Lil Uzi Vert

by Max Mueller
Published July 6, 2023
Uzi is “never gonna change.”
House shows can bring different bands together in the same space.

UMN students pick their song of the summer

by Saija Maki-Waller
Published July 5, 2023
Here are nine songs UMN students chose as the song of the summer.

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