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  1. Uptown's Changing Retail SceneRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    I grew up in a handful of small towns some 30 miles away from the Twin Cities, far from the cosmopolitan trappings of city life. But Minneapolis always beckoned me with its alluringly eclectic mix of culture, art, music, and fashion.

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  2. Style Profile: Roger Barrett and Sam Beberg of PharmacieRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    THE LOOK Beberg: Moods of Norway floral shirt, $159 @ Moods of Norway; Askov Finlayson Explorer pant, $218, Vans two-tone sneakers, $45, and Anderson's woven belt, $135, all @ Askov Finlayson; Shinola watch, $600 @ Shinola; and Derome Brenner eyeglasses, Beberg's own, available @ Specs Barrett: Moods of Norway leather jacket, $799, and mid-top sneakers, $199, both @ Moods of Norway; Schnayderman's oxford shirt, $235, and Askov Finlayson Explorer pant, $218, both @ Askov Finlayson; The Horse leather watch, $120 @ Parc Boutique; and Mykita Mylon 3-D-printed eyeglasses, Barrett's own, available @ Specs if you're headed to Lyn-Lake's Pharmacie in search of pill bottles and Band-Aids, you're out of luck.

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  3. Store Profile: A&B Bridal Shop in Loring ParkRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    A&B bridal shop may be the new kid in Loring Park, but co-owners Anna Walsh and Breanna Doll have plenty of experience bustling a gown and selecting the perfect handmade veil. The duo opened the upscale bridal salon Anna B in Denver in 2007 before launching the first outpost of the more contemporary A&B last year, also in Colorado.

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  4. Spark Letterpress Comes Home To MinnesotaRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    They say home is where the heart is. In the case of Spark Letterpress, it's now also where the business is.

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  5. Hydrotherapy Healing in MinnesotaRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Natural hot springs and mineral pools in the western and southern United States can feel like oddly tranquil water parks: There are no screaming children, just mud-caked adults wandering dreamily from pool to pool, clad in plush, terry-cloth robes instead of bright plastic inner tubes. Rather than offering thrills and adrenaline-spiked fun, the pools raise serotonin levels along with body temperature, rejuvenating visitors and perhaps even healing their physical ailments.

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  6. Now Open: The Third Bird in Loring ParkRead the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Kim Bartmann's third restaurant opening this year fits right into Loring Park's bohemian-sophisticated vibe. With an alleyway location and an enigmatic entrance, the former Caf Maude dining room is spacious but intimate, its walls covered in Steven Noble's whimsical man-meets-animal illustrations.

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  7. St. Jude Fall Festival of Hope 2014Read the original story

    Oct 22, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    The annual St. Jude Fall Festival of Hope was held September 10 at The Depot in Minneapolis.

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  8. MIA Exhibit Brings Italy to MinnesotaRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    In 1971, Diana Vreeland had just been dismissed from her position as Vogue's fashion editor and she was ripe for a return. And return she did, lending her editorial eye to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's fashion collections to create a new style of exhibit, constructing scenes like a magazine rendered in three dimensions, and controversially pairing pieces from different time periods.

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  9. Style Profile: Caliann LumRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    "This is art!" Caliann Lum exclaims as she pulls a favorite evening bag out of her closet: a floral-patterned, crystal-encrusted Cach minaudire with a silver leather lining. It's one of many delights among a collection of colorful Henri Bendels and leather-and-satin Judith Leibers.

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  10. OOTN LifeStyle in MinneapolisRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Though located in downtown Minneapolis, OOTN LifeStyle is truly a global brand. The women's clothing boutique is the brainchild of 24-year-old DeSan Mills, a native-Liberian-come-Minnesotan with a background in retail buying, personal styling, and social media.

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  11. Corner Table in MinneapolisRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Kingfield gem Corner Table has reinvented itself once again, moving just a few blocks down Nicollet Avenue to La Chaya's former home. Printed wallpaper and wall-mounted silver platters add an element of whimsy to the fine-dining experience.

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  12. Recipe: Make Spaetzle Like Russell Klein of Brasserie ZentralRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Chef Russell Klein made his name with Meritage, a St. Paul temple to French-inflected cuisine. His Minneapolis venture, Brasserie Zentral, moves the action east into the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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  13. Tiny Diner in MinneapolisRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    The heart of Powderhorn's Tiny Diner isn't inside its bitsy building, originally a 1950s gas station, but in its surrounding patio garden, rooftop beehives, and urban farm just down the street. This latest restaurant from the Kim Bartmann empire may be the city's most sustainable.

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  14. October 2014 Twin Cities Arts and Entertainment PicksRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Photographer Shelly Mosman creates portraits that burn into the memory with dream-like intensity. "Mercury," her show of 20 pieces appears in a pop-up gallery in the 811 Glenwood building in Minneapolis.

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  15. Brasserie ZentralRead the original story

    Aug 20, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    You know what is not going to be the next hot cuisine? Austria-Hungary's boiled beef shoulder and stuffed cabbage rolls.

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  16. 331 SalonRead the original story

    Aug 20, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Decades as a stylist and salon owner, Jon Oulman is taking a bow - sort of. The man known for his outsize personality and dandy style recently shuttered his eponymous salon in northeast Minneapolis to focus on cultural programming at his other business, the Amsterdam Bar & Hall .

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  17. Wit & Delight for TargetRead the original story

    Aug 20, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Minneapolis blogger Kate Arends, the creative force behind Wit & Delight, launches a new line of products in collaboration with Target this month as part of a series celebrating Pinterest's most influential pinners.

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  18. Minnesota Made FashionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    Atlanta native Lindsey Hopkins made a splash when she mounted her first local fashion show at MinneapolisSt.

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  19. 2014 Glamorama Fashion ShowRead the original story

    Aug 18, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    New York style is known to be strong-shouldered, sleek, and black. West Coast style is easy, breezy, and laid-back.

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  20. Style Profile: Fionn Meade of the Walker Art CenterRead the original story

    Aug 18, 2014 | Minnesota Monthly

    It's been only a few months since he moved to Minneapolis from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, but Fionn Meade is looking very much like a man who has landed in a well-fitting perch.

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