Issue 360

Wilde Roast Café Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

My first cookbook is titled Garden County: Where Everyone is Welcome to sit at the Table. You could say that’s also the motto of Wilde Roast Café (named after Oscar Wilde, famed 19th-Century gay Irish playwright). It’s a safe and inclusive haven for all people. Everyone is truly welcome to sit at its tables.

Wilde Roast owners and life partners Dean Schlaak and Tom DeGree created a gathering place that is cozy, and offers some of the finest made-from-scratch comfort food in the Twin Cites. Everything is prepared onsite in the open kitchen, using the freshest ingredients.

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Out in the Stars

Horoscope for Mar. 13-26 Mars slides into Pisces this period, as we float on the mellowness, and cruise on the vibes. Let your intuition be your spiritual guide. It is time to plot your course, and swim to success.

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Ms. Behavior®: GPS as Marital Aid

Dear Readers:
Occasionally, Ms. Behavior learns something that she is compelled to share with her readers, even before she gets a letter asking about it. However, if there were a question leading to this response, perhaps it would be: “What are the 10 essential ingredients to a happy marriage?” While that subject is too cumbersome to address in one column, Ms. Behavior may consider a series on this topic. Read the rest of this entry »

Endangered in the Outfield

We were standing outside the State Capitol at a rally for an endangered insect, when Greta turned to me, and made a shocking announcement.
“I’m signing us up for a softball team,” she said poisonously, making every syllable sound like a threat.

As I sputtered helplessly in response, I was dealt another blow. The leader of the rally reluctantly stepped up to the podium, and told us he had just learned that the insect (a type of spotted beetle whose name I’d rather not mention, because I’m so disgusted with it) is not really endangered. It’s not even threatened. Read the rest of this entry »

Historical Personalities Do Stand-up Comedy

I recently offered my services to write some political comedy material for our new President to use in his speeches.

Some might find this unusual, but the fact is, many politicians, except that last laugh-riot President, have employed comedy writers. Hiring us not only provides media sound bites, but also gives a politician the illusion of having a sense of humor. Read the rest of this entry »

Onward Style

If I Could Turn Back Time

Hot picks from MOA® Trend Specialist Sara Rogers

Having trouble adjusting to the hour switch that Daylight Savings Time throws in our face every year? What a perfect excuse to buy a new, fabulous watch to help you cope. Whether your timepiece is for fashion or function, Mall of America® has endless choices to keep you ahead of schedule. Read the rest of this entry »

Isn’t Fashion Fun

Fashion Themes for Spring | Summer ’09

Greetings from STYLEDLIFE® and the wardrobe experts® at styledlook®, inc., and welcome to our latest installment of Isn’t Fashion Fun.

Spring is almost here… which means that Spring trends can’t be far behind. Read the rest of this entry »

Anomalous Stature

What’s dubbed insanity in the working classes is thought no more than minor eccentricity among society’s elite. However, it sometimes does one good to dabble in the fashion pathos of the uber rich. They don’t care if their getups occasionally draw tabloid aggro. The irony is, one who flaunts convention often fathers the next generation of it. So don’t be surprised if your avant-garde, Beale-esque accessories are soon echoed on your frenemies.

Produced by Mike Hnida & E.B. Boatner
Hair & Makeup by Tracey Tischler
Styled by Adam Lang
Photography by Mike Hnida, Lavender Studios
Models: Kym with Agency Models & Talent; Darin with Arquette & Associates; Clare
Introduction by Heidi Fellner
Special thanks to Michael-jon Pease at Park Square Theatre

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Hit Singer Discusses Music, Identity, and Sexuality: An Interview with Missy Higgins

Hailed on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine—with her image placed right between George Clooney and Al Gore—as one of “41 icons on what’s next in music, tech, and saving the world,” 25-year-old Missy Higgins has emerged as a vocalist of significance. Read the rest of this entry »

Jason Stuart’s Making it to the Middle

Part minidocumentary, part stand-up comedy special, Jason Stuart’s Making it to the Middle was released on DVD in 2008.

The actor/comedian turned a successful show on the here! Network into his first DVD. It’s is a quick watch, as the 50-some minutes seemingly go by before you even have gotten a chance to finish your bowl of popcorn. If you’re looking for something that’s fast, entertaining, and doesn’t involve nudity, it’s perfect. Read the rest of this entry »

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