Coloring with David Bromstad

I went to the same rural school as David Bromstad, of HGTV fame. You know how the younger kids always know who the older kids are; he was no  exception. I remember him, though he […]

No Place like Home: Remodeling and Reusing Treasures

Undeniably, the best part about remodeling is being able to show off the changes made in the home. Admit it: the best feeling in the world for a homeowner comes as a result of the […]

Design Matters

By Lisa Antenucci “This isn’t going to end too well for me is it?” “Nope definitely not ending well.” “Do you still think I’m pretty.” This cleaver wrap is the punch line for the iPad […]

Slice: Where To Drink Right Now

Ignore those over-achiever leaves, the ones that insist on being the first to turn color. Pay no mind to that crisp scent of fall flitting on the edge of that cool morning breeze. After being […]

Dateland: The Elephant In The Room

I just read this fun fact about elephants: homosexual elephants have sex year ‘round, but heterosexual elephants have sex only a couple times during the year, usually during rainy season. From my recent experience, the […]

Arts Spotlight: 478

Gender Reel Festival Through Sept. 21 Minnehaha Free Space, 3747 Minnehaha Av., Mpls. A broad variety of international, national, and regional films, as well as performance art pieces, now run at the Gender Reel Festival. Its commitment […]

Bear With Me (While I Tell You About…): 478

NEMAA’s 2013 Fall Fine Arts Show Solar Arts Building, 3rd Floor Gallery • 711 15th Ave NE, Minneapolis September 20-22 & 27-29 Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA) proudly presents the 2013 Fall Fine Arts Show […]

From the Editor: Home Grown Support

I love my hometowns. Only an hour away, I go home to Cokato and Dassel as frequently as my life in St. Paul (and elsewhere) allows. My parents are there, so many of my friends […]

Big Gay News

BigGayNews from Minnesota: Minnesota Mayor Bids For Illinois Gay Couples’ Weddings ABC News reports that Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak was making a pitch Thursday to gay and lesbian couples in Chicago that they should come […]

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? Twin Cities HRC Hosts Annual Gala with Special Guest Lea Thompson

The Twin Cities Human Rights Campaign is preparing for its annual fundraising dinner, in a year when we have so much to celebrate, with so much work left to do. DyShaun Muhammad, member of the […]

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