Summer festivals

Summer festivals

Sam Schmieg, A&E Editor

September 23, 2011

When dreaming of summer, many Minnetonka teens would probably be looking forward to relaxing out on the lake with some pals, throwing parties, or just sleeping, but I would like to add a new task to accomplish during those three months of heaven: music festivals. Think about it, a festival is a place...

The thin line between art and obtrusion

The thin line between art and obtrusion

Claire Kelloway, A&E Editor

September 19, 2011

Photography Exhibit Review - It’s hard to imagine a time when there weren’t pictures, when you couldn’t go online to check out everyone’s homecoming dress (something I’m sure many of us will be doing on Facebook this weekend), or be able to see someplace you’re going on Google Maps. Bef...

Grandma graffiti

Grandma graffiti

Claire Kelloway, A&E Editor

September 19, 2011

Yarn bombing – art or crime? On Thursday September 1st, the bridge connecting the Sculpture gardens and Loring Park in Minneapolis was bombed – yarn bombed that is. The Minneapolis based yarn-bombing group, the “Swatch Team,” knitted and collected over 1,050 feet of hand-made items and...

2011 Oscar predictions

2011 Oscar predictions

Joe S, A&E Editor

February 14, 2011

Best Picture The King's Speech should win this pretty easily: It's the kind of crowd-pleasing, prestigious, inoffensive period piece that the Oscars tend to go for, and so far, it's swept all of the industry guild awards, which shows that it has a lot of support in Hollywood. The Social Network i...

Girls who game: A look at the changing video game culture

Alex C, Staff writer

February 14, 2011

            We tend to view the video game culture as male-dominated.  The popular franchises that resonate strongly with gamers seem to be ones like Call of Duty, Halo, and Grand Theft Auto that cater to a male audience, whereas female-oriented games like Cooking Mama fail to leave much of an ...

Santa Claus of Two-Thousand Ten

Santa Claus of Two-Thousand Ten

Thomas P, Editor-in-Chief

December 10, 2010

Santa Claus of Two-Thousand Ten (To the tune of Santa Claus is Coming to Town) Read More »...

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