U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist, Jessie Diggins, digs into the world of camaraderie over competition in the world of international sports.
Be prepared. It's good life advice - it is the motto of the Boy Scouts after all.
It's cocktail season... always. Try one of these perfect craft cocktails by Tattersall Distilling.
There is an area in the northern section of Minnesota's Lake of the Woods that is, well, let's call it special. Special, that is, if you appreciate a variety of wildlife, thousands of islands, a relaxed way of life, and, of course, world class fishing.
When you view the world through a rush of color and wind, the words "life on the edge" take on a whole new meaning. This is iceboating
Six years ago, a woman in a suit and high heels told me I was moving to Birmingham, Alabama... me, a 22-year-old girl from northern Minnesota. The woman said, "Location doesn't matter. Your career does. You'll make the most of wherever we send you."
Full of history and culture, there's always something new to learn about Minnesota. In this issue we call out the number 32, for the sheer fun that Minnesota is the 32nd state in the Union.
Cribbage is a card game traditionally for two players, but commonly played with three, four or more, that involves playing and grouping cards in combinations which gain points.
Independent astro-adventure photographer finds his inspiration from his family, friends, and creatives.
Minnesota-based photographer and graphic designer shoots through all seasons, especially her favorite season of snowy and icy winter.
Grand Rapids photographer gets some of his best shots in the spur of the moment.
Minneapolis photographer sets himself apart with unique perspectives.
"The camera is the least important tool in photography; it is your imagination and creativity that make your photos unique and inspiring."
CO-FOUNDER, GREAT LAKES; CO-FOUNDER, MINNESOTA MADE; FOUNDER, MILKBARN; FOUNDER, FINLEY'S BARKERY
CO-FOUNDER, ANYWHERE APPAREL; FOUNDER, UNITED BY BLUE; CO-FOUNDERS, APOLIS GLOBAL; FOUNDER/CEO, S'WELL
Dave and Amy Freeman, named National Geographic Adventurers of the Year in 2014, have a lot of miles under their belts. Since 2001, they have logged over 30,000 miles by kayak, canoe, and dogsled from the Amazon to the Arctic, and they are using their experiences to inspire and educate everyone from kids to business leaders.