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February 2006

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Faces in the crowd at February events.

Wing Tips

Stoneware, leather, sweet onion dip, and a pair of dreadlocked dogs await visitors who venture to Red Wing in the dead of winter. And did we mention the beer-battered cheese curds?

Q&A: A Newlywed's Confession

Indie Insider

Bill Pohlad is making his mark as the producer of Brokeback Mountain and the forthcoming movie based on A Prairie Home Companion.


When the Olympic Games begin, Bemidji will be watching. The city is home to America’s curling teams—and a place where almost everyone knows how to slide a stone. Even the guy who made your pizza.

Home-Grown Hollywood

Twin Cities filmmaker Selim spent nearly two decades working on his film Sweet Land. Now complete, the feature-length movie showcases our state’s landscape and cultural heritage—as well as the tenacity of its mild-mannered but single-minded director


Fhima trades luxury for low-key at his latest venture.


A chef changes cities but doesn't lose his accent.

Three's Company

The smart, satirical sitcom Nate on Drums may be the next local TV show to leap to a national network—even without Nate.