Holly Peterson Posts

In The Mix With Mx

Maxine Britt showcases her gender-neutral-friendly line of clothes that fits any situation, whether it’s on the runway or at a wedding. “Whether we like it or not, everyone participates in fashion. We all get dressed […]

A Little Slice Of Heaven

The Parade of Homes has been a staple of the Minnesota home-buying experience since 1949. Presented by the BATC-Housing First Minnesota, the event’s seventy-year history speaks volumes to its value to homebuyers and architecture lovers […]

Smooth Sailing At The Waters

Thinking about retirement communities, most of us don’t imagine spas, classes, and a campus in the middle of a thriving part of the city. But The Waters of Highland Park is not your run-of-the-mill retirement […]

Ace Of Babes: Robin

There is a lot to love (and hate, but I’m staying positive for today) about Stranger Things Season 3. There are intelligent, witty, and perseverant female characters. The overabundance of creepy synths and SFX are […]

Un Appétit Pour La Vie

Twin Cities chef extraordinaire Bret Bannon discusses life in the kitchen and being his authentic self. “I try to inspire people to have joy in their lives,” Bret Bannon smiles across the table. We are […]

Put On A Happy Ace

“We have feelings and emotions.” The moment the words are out of Tyrell’s mouth, the entire group erupts into nods, mhmms, and “yass”es. The eight people at the table are a smallish representation of the […]

A Fashion For Family

The three of us are sitting in the driveway of the home Christopher Straub designed for his family several years ago. A small family of ducks (yes, they provide the family with fresh eggs) scuttles […]

From Orange County To The Mini Apple

Ore Lindenfeld discusses living life as a gay man and an observant Jew, and how religion and sexuality can beautifully complement one another. Some of you might remember Ore Lindenfeld from last year’s Pride issue […]

Unitarian With Pride

“It’s like a sing-a-long, a TED talk, a poetry reading, and a concert,” Jim Foti, assistant minister at First Unitarian grins. “And a meal. There’s always a lunch afterwards.” Jim is describing a typical assembly […]

Kickstart My Art

Art-A-Whirl is just around the corner! Finally! For the uninitiated, Art-A-Whirl is one of the largest studio crawls in the United States. Organized and run by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA), Art-A-Whirl features more […]

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