Edina Zephyrus

I will survive (winter)

Erik Rehnberg, editor in chief

December 16, 2011

Filed under Culture

Minnesota. Winter. For many, those two words are all too synonymous, especially during Minnesota’s approximately nine months of crappy weather. From the first frosts of late October to the late snows of April, Minnesota can...

Happy ChrismaHanuKwanzaa!

Alex Van Gorp, staff writer

December 16, 2011

Filed under Culture

Around this time every year, people walk around saying, "Happy Hanukkah!" or "Merry Christmas!" But really, what’s the story behind these celebrations that are a huge part of our holiday season in the United States? Hanukkah,...

Are you pumped for pumpkin?

Rayelle Washington and Ashley Smith, sports editor and culture editor

November 9, 2011

Filed under Culture, Food

It’s November, and pumpkin fever is on the rise. From the Farmer’s Market to your neighborhood Jerry’s, pumpkin appears in every form each fall. We decided to tackle as many kinds of pumpkin flavored foods as we could handle. Pu...

The Podcast You’ve Never Heard of: An interview with Craig Minowa

Erik Rehnberg, Thomas Matthes, and Micah Osler, editor in chief, staff writer, and staff writer

November 4, 2011

Filed under Culture, Music

This week marks the release of the inaugural Zephyrus culture podcast, "The Podcast You've Never Heard of." It's a semi-weekly podcast that covers music, books, movies, and other culture-esque happenings, both around the Edin...

Late night hangouts

Tara Gupta, staff writer

November 3, 2011

Filed under Culture, Food

T-Bell, Mickey D’s, Perkshow. These are a few of my favorite places to get grub after a football game or busted party. Late night food hangouts provide adolescents with the nutrients they need: saturated fats and sodium. Some...

The rise of indie music

The rise of indie music

Micah Osler, staff writer

October 13, 2011

Filed under Culture, Music

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