Star Tribune Magazine- Fall Edition 2021


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The Autumn edition of Star Tribune Magazine features a cover story about famed local engineer-turned-artist Mary Jo Hoffman, who started her Still blog a decade ago, gathering objects from nature and arranging them into arresting photographs, which have appeared on everything from shower curtains sold at Target to walls in restaurants.

There’s a Q & A session with Alan Page, a former Vikings Purple People Eater and Minnesota Supreme Court justice, covering, among other things, his involvement in the push to amend the state’s Constitution to help diminish the academic achievement gap, his foundation, and his love of bow ties.

You’ll also read about the friendship that fuels one of the Twin Cities’ latest and greatest culinary endeavors, as chefs Daniel del Prado and Shawn McKenzie launch their new restaurant, Cardamom, at the Walker Art Center, as well as a photographic essay focusing on the riders, observers and bucking broncs of a local rodeo.

Plus, check out our suggestions for enjoying fall colors and planning for warm winter getaways, including a list of alternatives for close-to-home hotel stays that make you feel you’ve traveled far.

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