Arts

Superheroes on film

Superheroes invade the summer screen By Aaron Evans Talon staff writer This summer holds the release of four movies that are all based on comic book superheroes: Thor, X-Men: First Class, Green Lantern, and Captain America: The First Avenger. The characters that are featured in these films have been around …

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Students to release CD

MA music group has hopes for summer CD Jeffrey Riley Talon Staff Writer Over the summer, many seniors will be focusing on the transition from high school to college, making memories in the process as they scatter across the nation. But seniors Stig Benson and Fiona Cummings have an additional …

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Movie review: IM#4

A mystery gives you hope, and action keeps you watching, but too many cliches ultimately let you down, says our critic, Camille Warren.

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Summer comes early

Minnehaha's theater department presents its 2011 spring play April 7, 8 and 9.

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Guthrie gab

Two Talon staff members, Brigid Kelly and Olivia Dorow Hovland, had the opportunity to travel to the Guthrie Theater as part of an event sponsored by the Minnesota High School Press Association.

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Why Art?

What should you do in your free time? Here's a radical idea: go to a museum ... for fun!

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Alum in local band

Matt Kretzmann, a 1998 Minnehaha graduate, relates his experience playing music in high school to his current life playing in Tapes 'n Tapes.

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Raising purple pride

  MA students find ways to raise their horn by Cristina Anfang Talon staff writer By the end of the NFL football season Minnehaha’s normal  purple and gold jerseys sported around school, had changed to a sea of green and gold. Two Minnehaha students wanted to change that trend at …

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WAC ATTACK!

The Walker Art Center offers special programming by teens for teens (and offers teens free admission). The Talon's Jeffrey Riley had to check this out.

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Alum’s Spectacular art

Minnehaha alum Chris Larson talks with Talon staff writer Jeffrey Riley about his new installation at the Walker Art Center.

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