Kris Potter

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When the republic pollutes the personal

I’ve been thinking: It’s been a great summer. Coffee on patios, conversation with friends, family, peers. But talks that usually would focus on the Minnesota art of “catching up” have routinely devolved into a review of what is happening in our country.

This big inhale of fall

It feels like the whole of the city, natural and built, is pausing, inhaling, and leaning toward the newness of fall.