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Natives will tell you that it’s all about going local in Northfield, Minn., a quaint hamlet north of Rochester, home to both St. Olaf and Carleton Colleges.
Whether it’s acid etching your own necklace, mud painting an old piece of furniture, or learning simple beading, the act of creation is always valuable to engage in.
Every other week there is a jam at the Douglas Saloon. The reason I go there is because nobody knows about it. Sometimes it’s fun, but other times it’s a train wreck.
For so-called “undesirables,” there weren’t many ways to survive World War II Berlin. Somehow, Charlotte Van Mahlsdorf, a transgender woman, found a way.
“If the crowd loves you, they buy you pints of Guinness!”
“I want people to realize that there’s more to Minnesota than the North Shore, Lake Country and the Twin Cities. We live in a very gorgeous part of Minnesota. The Driftless Area is very special and I aim to make people more aware of it’s unique beauty.”