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Thrifty boutique offers selections from local stylists
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Thrifty boutique offers selections from local stylists

Resale outlet caters to college students on a budget B. Resale is a buy-outright and used clothing store that is located on Eat Street, next door to Glam Doll Donuts. The boutique opened its doors on June 2010. The significance of the letter ‘B’ is the first initial of owner Allison Bross-White’s last name along...

New diner opens on Nicollet Avenue
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New diner opens on Nicollet Avenue

Eatery offers delicious American food in distinctive neighborhood Who doesn’t enjoy indulging in a hearty American meal every once in awhile?  Whether that is a wholesome breakfast or a juicy burger paired with salted fries and a milkshake, not a lot of people can say that that doesn’t sound mouthwatering. Luckily the Nicollet Diner is...

“Boyhood” film experiments with storyline
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“Boyhood” film experiments with storyline

New biographical movie films over 12 years to capture trials of growing up Richard Linklater’s newest project, Boyhood, is ambitious to say the least, and quite a risk to say the worst. Filmed over a period of 12 years from 2002 – 2013 using the same actors, there is a concern for character development. How...

Mill Valley Kitchen provides healthy cuisine
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Mill Valley Kitchen provides healthy cuisine

Higher-end restaurant caters to various dietary needs There is a very common question asked every time you get a group of friends to go out – where should we eat? There are many restaurants in the Twin Cities area and it can be hard to settle on one place, especially being a college student on a...

New boutique opens in downtown Minneapolis
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New boutique opens in downtown Minneapolis

Former online retailer opens its doors to the public OOTN Lifestyle recently opened in May of 2013 in downtown Minneapolis, located in the HQ & Concept store at 99 S 10th Street. This store is connected through OOTN Magazine on Instagram. For those who do not know, OOTN refers to “Outfit Of The Night”, much like...

Minnesota film festival 2014: A peek into the artistry
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Minnesota film festival 2014: A peek into the artistry

Festival displays a variety of international and local films The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) occurred in Minneapolis from April 3 to 19. The Film Society of Minneapolis/St. Paul puts on this event and is Minnesota’s foremost film exhibition organization. The MSPIFF is presented every April and is the largest spring arts event in...

Kramarczuk’s Deli
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Kramarczuk’s Deli

Minneapolis restaurant serves authentic Eastern European food Kramarczuk’s Deli is an Eastern European style restau- rant and bakery located across the river in Northeast Minneapolis on Hennepin Avenue. It sits along a bustling road and is in clear sight for people passing by. The setting is inviting and has outdoor seating for people to enjoy, when...

Dessa in concert
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Dessa in concert

Minnesota-born rapper shares her talent with her homeland On March 29, the Coffman Memorial Union at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities hosted local artist, writer and self-described emcee Dessa. Better known as an integral member of the Minneapolis- based rap collective Doomtree, Dessa returned to her alma mater to bring not only genre-traversing tunes, but...

Trieste Café
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Trieste Café

A local, “secret” Mediterranean eatery provides authentic food worth the search Located just inside the Lumber Exchange Building downtown on South Fifth Street, Minneapolis, Trieste Café quietly sits in a corner under a grand staircase leading to the skyway system and across from the well-known Pourhouse. Trieste Café is a Greek and Mediterranean café that has...

Noah movie raises red flags from Christian audience
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Noah movie raises red flags from Christian audience

Hollywood’s take on the story of Noah varies significantly from biblical account, yet some aspects still remain true The movie “Noah” released on March 28, 2014 impacted both the Christian and secular community. Darren Aronofsky (“Black Swan,” “Requiem for a Dream”) directed the movie. Aronofsky is an atheist and made it known that he was...