Wildsam Field Guides Twin Cities

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Wildsam Field Guides: Twin Cities leads travelers deep into Minneapolis and St. Paul through local stories, travel intel and modern lore. With the help of locals deeply steeped in Twin Cities culture—from chefs to journalists, artists to small business owners—this guide goes beyond the expected to celebrate the Twin Cities' warm and welcoming people and places. Explore Minneapolis and St. Paul, including:Intel for lodging, Juicy Lucys, neighborhood cafes, outerwear, cross-country skiing, contemporary art, record shops and more; Interviews with Eric Dayton, Andrea Jenkins, Sean Sherman and Ann Kim; Archival treasures about the Minnesota State Fair, Pond Hockey and Peanuts creator Charles Schulz; Iconic Twin Cities Foodways including Hotdish, wild rice and lingonberries; Illustrated maps of Prince's influential legacy, Aquavit and Hygge; Original essays by Kao Kalia Yang and Katie Thornton; A survey of writing and reporting on George Floyd's legacy; The Walker Art Center, Coen Brothers and Twin Cities beer landmarks.
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ISBN: 9781467199063
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Wildsam
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State: Minnesota
Images: 200
Pages: 144
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Author
Taylor Bruce is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Wildsam Field Guides. He grew up on his family farm on the border of Georgia and Alabama. Taylor studied writing at Vanderbilt University, and, after, wrote freelance for magazines such as Men’s Journal, Oxford American and National Geographic Adventure, among others. He took a full-time writer’s post at Southern Living in 2007. After moving to New York and pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing at Brooklyn College, Taylor launched Wildsam out of his 500-square foot apartment in 2012. The original Nashville guide caught the attention of national media and thoughtful travelers alike, and in 2015, National Geographic awarded Wildsam the “Traveler 50” award. Taylor lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, Robin, and two sons, Booker and Truett.
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