March 2018 City South Magazine

In the March issue we're checking in with local artist Marty Harris.

One of the best things about living in the City South area is the seemingly endless list of dining options. From corner bars to fine dining, the best burgers, noodles and tostadas are all within our reach. While a blessing, it can sometimes make deciding on dinner a challenge.

 

Ireland-native Paul Crilly moved to Minneapolis in 2001 to work with his “good friend Dermot Cowley at O’Donovan’s Irish Pub downtown.” He later worked at Kieran’s Irish Pub, and in 2013, when the opportunity presented itself, opened his own place,

 

Photographer Jeff Liss  writes about his photo Oh, Dear! which won second place in the photo contest’s “Wildlife and Nature” category:

 

The instances are few in which heralded Minnesota artist Mike Lynch becomes even close to talkative during an hour-long interview on a cold morning at the Groveland Gallery.

 

In recent years, a new kind of home has taken root in the fertile soil, aka concrete, of Uptown Minneapolis and the West End of St. Louis Park.

 

More than a cookbook and more than a family memoir, The Lincoln Del Cookbook, by Wendi Zelkin Rosenstein and Kit Naylor (Minn.

 

Last summer, St. Louis Park resident Marty Harris won first prize in print at the Minnesota State Fair.

 

There are plenty of variables to consider when thinking about wine. One can look, for example,  at grape, region, age and technique. Oddly enough, cheese is just as dependent on these variables.

 

BREAKFAST

Sweet Stop: Start your day of specialty eats with a delicious Glam Doll donut.

 

As a freshman in college, Abby Bongaarts had an idea. She wanted to walk the entire country, from one coast to the other.