MN Blog Cabin Roundup, 8/1

You might be surprised who has the highest concentration of places to eat among Minnesota cities

from Pine Poker by Nathan Johnson

Minneapolis?  St. Paul?  Both are great cities for dining, with some of the most acclaimed and beloved restaurants in the U.S., but neither of those communities have the hunger for eating out that, say, Brainerd does—or Virginia, or Pine City for that matter.  Among all urban places in Minnesota (with populations of over 2,500 people), those are the top-three cities ranked by restaurants per capita.

Behind the scenes with Powderhorn Art Fair organizer Dixie Treichel

from RedCurrent by Tesha

We know you’ve heard of the Uptown Art Fair, but have you ever checked out its hip little sister, the Powderhorn Art Fair?

Victoria not-so-secret

from Saint Paul by Bike by Wolfie Browender

I spent a good part of today’s ride in the Lex-Ham neighborhood, specifically at the newly rehabbed 869 Fuller. That story is on the previous post titled “A Cinderella Story.” I moved south on Victoria Street for the second part of the outing.

Prepping for gluten free at the Minnesota State Fair

from The Savvy Celiac by Amy Leger

One month from now, we will be working hard at the Minnesota State Fair.  The Savvy Celiac, Celiac Center of Minnesota and Twin Cities ROCK have come together to organize gluten free at the Minnesota State Fair for all 12 days.  

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