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The Intersection of Craft and Stewardship

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By Anna Hoeschen. It’s September in Minnesota as I’m writing this, and we’re all hoping summer will make like Midwesterners at a party and show off its knack for drawn-out goodbyes. However, that’s just not the case in Grand Marais. … Continue reading

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Noticed: Joys for the Grown-Up Season

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By Regina Connell. The season for grown-ups is coming into its own: a new book by a favorite author and a few other pieces that have come across our collective radars. While I’m not quite through my summer fascination with … Continue reading

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DxV: Forest Dickey

By Regina Connell. A Martini. The Little Black Dress. A dry aged steak. Pretty much anything Hermes. These are classics that somehow always feel modern. They’re what we always come back to after ill-advised dalliances with things like Cosmopolitans, gypsy … Continue reading

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DxV: Florian Roeper

By Regina Connell. Many artisans tend to fall in love with a single material and never move on from there.  And this is good. We’re all for monogamy after all, and it does take time and focus to hone those … Continue reading

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