I love getting a letter in the mail – and getting a package in the mail is like finding money under your pillow. Or discovering a coin in a freshly gutted fish.
Just the good ol’ Pinewood Derby last weekend:
Yes. It’s very important that your architect be a Beast. He/she must be able to concentrate all of his/her power into a physical activity. Like what? Ballroom dancing or bicycling. Here’s Nat after his “hour of power”:
Oh, Minnesota! Is there any limit to your generosity? Destinations, attractions, celebrities??? Yes, yes and yes!!! I thought the hoodoo of diversion had been reached with the unveiling of Ed’s Museum in Wykoff.
Ken Piper was spotted at the new KMOJ building wearing the latest in Tanek fashion.
Just one word out of the waiter’s mouth and I find myself in some sort of trance. An overload of taste-based adjectives leaves me distracted and usually thirsty for something that contains alcohol. I wait patiently for the mouth-watering description to end and usually order the very last thing mentioned. I can’t help it, everything else just becomes some sort of pecorino-radicchio-reduced-ribolita-rouille with aioli blur.
I barely remember Christmas 2009.
Florida can just keep their palm trees and perfectly manicured greens! Right? I consider it my civic duty to partake in (or at least admire) all things Winter – this includes (but is not limited to) ice shanty building, curling, ice golf AND skyway golf. Tanek feels the same way – they actually sponsored the 9th hole. What does this mean? It means moola for the Boys and Girls Club of the Twin Cities and fun for you!
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl has the best job in the whole wide world: she reviews restaurants for Minnesota Monthly.