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Aar Maanta Brings a Unique Sound to the Twin Cities

Oscar Cozza, Visual Media Editor

May 11, 2015

Filed under A & E, Music, Reviews

Aar Maanta is a Somali musician from England who combines traditional Somali music with many other genres. Despite knowing this, I did not know what to expect when I walked into Aar Maanta’s concert in the Cedar Cultural Center...

Dear White People is illuminating and revolutionary

Frances Matejcek, Arts & Entertainment Editor

November 24, 2014

Filed under A & E, Reviews

The movie "Dear White People" has received so much hype recently that it would be surprising if you haven’t heard of it. It has brought many things into the public eye that are long overdue for attention. From unapologetically and...

Teen novel advances conversation on gender identity

Elise Sommers, Editor in Chief

June 4, 2014

Filed under A & E, Reviews

When local author Steve Brezenoff started writing his teen novel Brooklyn Burning, he didn’t mean for it to encompass issues of gender or sexuality. Yet the final product, published by Carolrhoda Lab in 2011 did just that. "I s...

Please End This Love

Maeve Handley, Staff Writer

February 13, 2014

Filed under A & E, Blogs, Reviews, South Views

Prestigious girl with a promising future and a death of a loved one falls for a working class boy with a dark past. Sound familiar? Of course it does. It has happened in practically all teenage romance movies. The remake of En...

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