|Mecca Bos |
|Modernism meets Edina |
Things I like about Minnesota: We have the most drastic weather extremes in the world, meaning you must keep both a snowsuit and an arsenal of flip-flops in your closet at all times. We have the Mall of America to our credit, but also the Replacements. You can go to the cabin, but also the Guthrie. What I'm saying is we are traditionalists, we're infused with Nordic decorum, but we're also rock 'n' roll as they come; we're fishermen and artists, we're farmers and guitarists, we're Caribbean hot and we're Arctic cold. We're Minnesotans!
And it is this fascinating, remarkable juxtaposition of culture that brings one Tony Callies, bad-ass Travalian, to posh yet conventional 50th and France, for a culture clash that's sure to amuse and perhaps even delight. We got a sneak peek of his work; in celebration of the season he was tinkering with lamb when we visited.* More »
2: Soup in Soup at Travail