Tag: local

Arts

MSP Film Festival: Review

The Mac Weekly went to the MSP Film Festival. Here are our thoughts on just a few of the films. Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World Jake Greenberg: Werner Herzog sets out to make a documentary as big as the internet itself. The director, who is as much myth as real person at…

The weekly top three from Lee: Best desserts
Food & Drink

The weekly top three from Lee: Best desserts

If you are anything like me and have a massive sweet tooth, or are just craving some suga suga, these three joints won’t disappoint! Because of my love affair with donuts, some great dessert places that offer other sweets did not make the cut (so hopefully you like donuts). 1. Mojo Monkey Donuts ($) –…

After brief winter hiatus, Grand Central 2.0 will open in March
News

After brief winter hiatus, Grand Central 2.0 will open in March

After closing for renovation prior to Winter Break last semester, local restaurant Grand Central is expected to reopen in the middle of March. Owners Leo and Beth Judeh are renovating with the goal of expanding their menu options and furthering the ability to serve more locally grown food made from scratch. “Before, the focus was…

The weekly top three from Lee: Best Saturday Night Spots
Food & Drink

The weekly top three from Lee: Best Saturday Night Spots

Looking to get off campus for a weekend meal? These three joints offer lively atmospheres, great food and are all within three miles of campus! 1. Longfellow Grill ($$) Location: 2990 W River Pkwy, Minneapolis – 2.4 miles from campus This “urban diner” is located right across the river in the Cooper neighborhood of Minneapolis….

Features, Sustainable Obtainables

Sustainable Obtainables: Eating local year-round ain’t no thing

Whether you live on campus, off campus, like to cook or you’d rather eat at Café Mac, there will likely come a point in the long winter months where you’ll be faced with shopping at the grocery store. If you’ve got a small (or big) case of eco-anxiety like I do, you might be wondering how to shop sustainably for food while everything alive seems to be frozen over and buried under snow all around us.