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What This Organization Is Doing For Families Will Fill Your Heart With Hope

“This should be a sad story when you think about it. But it’s not. Not entirely.” That’s how Kelly McDyre, Executive Director at Faith’s Lodge, explained why she wanted Life In Minnesota to tell this story. “Crazy enough, it is not depressing. It is energizing to be a part of people’s path to hope and healing.” …

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Mill City Running: Community Running Never Looked So Good

  Mill City Running of Minneapolis, dubbed in 2015 as one of the USA’s Top 50 Running Stores, is certainly a dreamy location for any runner. The browned brick interior and vintage stadium seating by the footwear wall beckon each passerby to step inside their running oasis. Located at 411 Hennepin, just across the river and situated beautifully …

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Natedogs Food Truck: A Business Born from Passion

Nathan Beck may not seem, at first glance, like the most likely candidate to run a food operation that was named one of the best food trucks in America by Expedia and Thrillist. His background isn’t really food-based, although he describes himself as a self-taught cook. Instead, the affable father of five daughters has a background in …

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What Is The Group Moms Run This Town?

By Rachelle Gordon When Kandi Ganoe discovered the international group “Moms RUN This Town” (MRTT), she knew she had to be a part of it. The organization—which is a dedicated running group for women of all ability levels—gave the Maple Grove resident a chance to connect with fellow moms who enjoy running. “When you’re out on a run with …

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Red Wing Pottery And Stoneware

After building a successful healthcare analytics company, which was sold to another business called Deloitte, and managing the Human Resources Department for Red Wing Pottery and Stoneware, Bruce and Irene Johnson became the proud owners of Red Wing Pottery and Stoneware at the end of 2013. We were excited to meet with Bruce during our …

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A Closer Look At The Tiny Diner

By Rachelle Gordon Minnesota restaurateur extraordinaire Kim Bartmann is no stranger to combining incredible food with sustainable practices. After opening the Red Stag Supper Club in Northeast Minneapolis – the first LEED certified restaurant in Minnesota and the 17th in the country at the time – Bartmann dedicated her career to bringing fresh and quality food …

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The Historic St. James Hotel – Red Wing

The St. James Hotel, one of the city’s finest establishments, giving visitors a glimpse into the fascinating history of Red Wing, Minnesota. During the last one hundred years, the St. James Hotel has remained dedicated to preserving the finest details of its rich past. The three-story-tall brick building was built by ten executive businessmen who …

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Aim For Fun – Archery For Minnesota Kids

  As you already know, archery has been around for ages. It began as a skilled art of survival, evolving into today’s world as a competitive sport and a way to enjoy outdoor leisure time. If you have been searching for a way to connect with your child, archery could be what you have been looking for. Archery is …

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