Perhaps we should consider working this into the big show?
Peter Hendrickson, an associate professor of music at Augsburg College, started biking when he realized it was the quickest, easiest way to get to his Finnish language class at the University of Minnesota.
HEY. THIS DUDE IS MY CHOIR DIRECTOR.
frozen water fall in Minneapolis
Check out the slideshow from this years Advent Vespers!
Oh hey. I’m in this. It may be PRETTY AWESOME
America’s Most and Least Attractive People
No. 10 Minneapolis/St. Paul
After a two-year absence, the Twin Cities have returned to the top 10, perhaps because locals nicely walk the line between nerdy and outdoorsy: they won the survey for smarts, and the cities ranked No. 1 for their parks. Readers were also impressed by the Minnesotans’ refined tastes in beverages, so to mingle, head to the local micropubs and coffeehouses.
No. 9 Honolulu
No. 8 Savannah
No. 7 Austin
No. 6 Nashville
No. 5 Los Angeles
No. 4 Charleston
No. 3 San Juan, P.R.
No. 2 San Diego
No. 1 Miami
Notice how we were the only “cold weather” city to make the Top Ten list, and oh, look at that, guess who’s ugly…
No. 30 Portland, OR
Here’s evidence that the hipster look is on a downswing: the mustachioed city keeps slipping in the ranks of hotness, despite being a nerve center for so many other cultural trends.
Suck on that Portland.
There ya’ go.