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“Metamorphoses” and Mac alum make a splash at the Guthrie
Arts

“Metamorphoses” and Mac alum make a splash at the Guthrie

A massive pool of water makes up most of the stage in the Guthrie Theater’s new production of “Metamorphoses.” “You cannot really rehearse this play until you have a pool,” said cast member Felicity Jones Latta ’84, “You can kind of mark it out and know what might happen but then when you get into…

Geyser plays WMCN, tours the Midwest
Arts

Geyser plays WMCN, tours the Midwest

Corbin Dodd ’18 and Ryan Dugan ’17 met through the Macalester music department a few years back. Dugan met Juliet Kelson ’20 when their separate bands played a concert together in Chicago, and Dodd later met Jack Lickerman through music department events. Now, the four of them are on their way to dropping an album….

Arts

Hereditary and Other Indie Film Successes at the Walker

On Saturday, your sniffling correspondent braved the snow to attend a screening of one of the nominees for this year’s Independent Film Spirit Awards at Minneapolis’ Walker Art Center. So far, the Walker has already screened half of the 21 indie films on its schedule. The film I attended was one of last year’s biggest…

Birchwood Cafe: The most brunch has to offer
Food & Drink

Birchwood Cafe: The most brunch has to offer

Who doesn’t love a good brunch? This past Saturday, I was in the mood for something special, so my friend and I decided to head over to Birchwood Cafe in Minneapolis to try out their brunch. After consistently appearing on lists of the best brunch spots in the Twin Cities, it was time to give…

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