Posted on February 14, 2013 by christinemlodzik
By Christine Mlodzik
Lyn-Lake Barbers, at Lake and Lyndale in south Minneapolis, is an old-fashioned neighborhood barbershop. Here, you can get a buzz cut and a shave, as well as the latest style cut and hair coloring. The best part: It won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
But old-fashioned doesn’t mean stuffy. When owner Jayson Dallmann bought the shop in 2000, he kept the shop’s original charm and added his own personal touch, which included turning his barbershop into a small art gallery. (more…)
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Posted on February 1, 2013 by riftyrich
When does our past hinder the musical present and future?
By Dan Tennyson
For many of us that grow up in the Minneapolis/St.Paul music scene. You’re whelped on the notion that so much is owed to bands such as The Replacements, Husker Du, Soul Asylum, Prince, the Suicide Commandos and so on. Should you engross yourself in the Twin Cities’ vibrant musical culture you can see very different things at very different venues every night of the week. Now, here’s your disclaimer: I plan to bring you on a trip to the boggy depths of my hypocrisy in this little essay. (more…)
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