A Day In The Life: Cady Eddy

Name: Cady (sounds like Katie) Eddy Where did you grow up? Vermont Where do you live? South Minneapolis. Who do you live with? My bae, Sarah, and our cat Adelle and dog Kiki. What is […]

A Word In Edgewise: Meditation on an Inland Sea

Barwoorsh…Barwoorsh…Barwoorsh…Strong, steady, soothing, powerful; you could listen to the rhythmic pulse forever. But you don’t have forever, and when the tide goes out, so do you. I lay in a quiet room, a technician amping the sound […]

Real Estate, Rainbow Style

National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals (NAGLREP) helps people find homes while representing and celebrating the GLBT community. When you’re in the market for a new home, it seems like everywhere you […]

Leather Life: Old Paths, New Intersections

A leather history presentation on April 9, 2019, at Twin Cities Leather and Latte attracted a large and enthusiastic audience. Built around a theme of “Old Paths, New Intersections”, the evening was an open interview […]

From The Editor: Life As A (Fabulous) House

It’s May! And even though summer isn’t technically here yet, us Minnesotans certainly count this as the unofficial beginning of the summer season since, you know, it’s winter almost nine months out of the year here. […]

Books: 625

The Stories You Tell Kristen Lepionka Minotaur $26.99 Don’t think, “I’ll read a few pages before I go to sleep.” It won’t work. Keeping pace, Lepionka’s third Roxane Weary novel will keep you wide-eyed and transfixed. […]

Skirting The Issues: Committed

On top of speaking and training on human inclusivity across the country—and in addition to writing for this and another local magazine and hosting a weekly radio show—I’m the kind of person who horribly over-commits. […]

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 […]

Arts Spotlight: 625

Blood Knot Through June 16 Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Ave. So., Minneapolis (612) 825-0459 www.pillsburyhousetheatre.org Athol Fugard’s two-character play Blood Knot broke ground when it premiered in Johannesburg in 1961. It portrays two brothers brought up […]

Home Is Where The Hennepin Is

Hennepin Made offers the finest blown glass lighting in the county, and possibly even the world. In 2011, Jackson Schwartz and Joe Limpert opened Hennepin Made’s first studio in Northeast Minneapolis on Hennepin Avenue (of […]

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