Kassidy Tarala Posts

Eat, Bake, Love

Owners of Amy’s Cupcake Shoppe and Angel Food Bakery & Donut Bar share their baking backgrounds and philosophies. Dessert can truly transform where you are. One bite of lemon pound cake with a light lemon […]

Be A Bakken Bride (Or Groom)

Get hitched at the Bakken Museum garden-side venue. The Bakken Museum, a Smithsonian affiliate, is known for its world-class collection of historic medical and scientific instruments as well as books, journals, and manuscripts. What is less […]

Strike A Pose

Style expert and wardrobe consultant Sara Rogers shares her story of modeling and fashion. The fashion industry is like a second home to local model, style expert, and trend specialist Sara Rogers. With over 20 […]

Neighborhood Guide: East Lake Street

Between Minnehaha Avenue and Lake Street Bridge lies a paradise for the common foodie. From Blue Moon Coffee Cafe to Longfellow Grill, my stomach’s growling just thinking about it. Whether you’re new to town or […]

Spiritual, Sensitive, Safe: Spirit on Lake

Affordable housing complex Spirit on Lake brings diversity and acceptance to Midtown Phillips and Powderhorn neighborhoods. Since it opened in 2013, Spirit on Lake has provided affordable housing options for a number of residents. From […]

Neighborhood Guide: East Town

One of the greatest spots for a bite to eat or a night out on the town is East Town in downtown Minneapolis. Based on how much money I’ve spent and how many carbs I’ve […]

Finding Homes for Heroes

Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV) serves veterans and their families struggling with homelessness. For over 25 years, local veterans and their families have been receiving assistance for finding homes across the state of Minnesota […]

A Most Colorful Classroom

Minnesota’s 2018 Teacher of the Year Kelly Holstine shares her passion for teaching and life lessons from the GLBT community. A Minnesota native herself, Kelly Holstine grew up in Fairmont before departing for Massachusetts where […]

Communication is Key

Advocate and teacher Jessalyn Akerman-Frank shares insight into why the deaf queer community is frequently forgotten. Communication is how we connect with others in the community. Whether we’re discussing similar interests, asking for directions, or […]

2018 Pride Weekend What To Do

The biggest weekend of the year is upon us, and here is a list of events throughout the Twin Cities that will give you endless ways to show your Pride. THURSDAY, JUNE 21 Lavender’s Pride […]

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