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Arts & Culture
There’s no such thing as too much art in a community. The Lake Street Arts Council is now incorporating permanent and nonpermanent art onto Lake Street in a project titled Make on Lake.
About a year ago, a man made his way to a gallery in Linden Hills. After perusing for a while, he approached the gallery’s owner Jimmy Wilson (where the gallery earns it namesake) and told him he had a photo of The Beatles he wanted to sell.
Tucked behind Bde Make Ska (formally Lake Calhoun), on a block lined with trees and sheltered from the busy atmosphere of the lake, is a generously sized gray house with a cozy front porch.
Between Tinder, Bumble and Hinge, there is no shortage of dating apps in 2018. Thanks to the convenience offered by such platforms, potential partners are now just a swipe away.
School gardens have become increasingly popular, and Minneapolis certainly isn’t immune to this education trend. There are 75 schools within the Minneapolis Public School District, and over 30 of them are home to a garden.
BLUE Painting is a local painting company with an affinity for color— and the evidence is written in their name.
“Carpentry is a noble trade,” says local Handyman Connection owner Nate Bruen. Bruen works on an array of jobs, but the most common are bathroom updates, deck repairs and deck builds, installing laminate flooring and the infamous honey-do lists.
Owner of Lenox House Design Jennifer Horstman found a natural fit in the interior design industry.
Cartoonist, illustrator and Minneapolis resident Alana Hawley started pysanky (egg decorating) when she was in high school. What began as an Easter tradition in her family quickly became a hobby for Hawley.