No longer just a regrettable Christmas gift from the grandmother, the Fair Isle sweater has made a leap “across the pond” and is invading the U.S. like The Beatles. Born on the Shetland Islands in Scotland, the patterned sweater was made iconic by Edward VIII, who, while he wasn’t abdicating thrones to marry divorcees, donned the sweater on his many golfing exhibitions around the world.
Authorities now looking into MN lawmaker's report of assault
Video shows Rep. Nolan West being grabbed and pushed out of a public event.
COVID treatments: Essentia Health to help test 3 existing meds
The clinical trial includes the much-discussed drug ivermectin.
Suspect crashes into Minneapolis snow plow, fires shots at plow driver
The plow driver was pulled to the side of the road when the incident happened.
Coldest day of the winter is possible this week in Minnesota
An air temp of -30F isn't out of the question too far from the metro.
District fires school counselor accused of sexually assaulting student
He's been charged with felony criminal sexual conduct.
Authorities pinpoint source of CO that killed family of 7
The victims, all members of Hernandez-Pinto family, were found dead in a Moorhead home.
Photos: Winners of the World Snow Sculpting Championship in Stillwater
Twelve teams from around the world competed.
Court issues mixed ruling on PolyMet, orders more analysis on water permit
The court, however, overruled several challenges to the permit.
Police release images of woman driving stolen Audi that had puppy inside
It's not clear whether she was involved in the vehicle theft.
Fatal hit-and-run driver can avoid prison time with plea deal
He was charged with striking and killing a 56-year-old who was walking her dog.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, January 24
Case levels remain very high in Minnesota.
MSP Mag: Veggies and judgement
What the heck do you actually do with a CSA box of veggies? Anyone who’s signed up for a Community Supported Agriculture program, whereby you give a farm a few hundred dollars at the beginning of the season and you get a box of produce for some specified number of weeks, has been confronted with this question. Sure, anyone can get through a head of lettuce one night—but how do you get through 10 in a week?
MSP Mag: MN designer Raul Osorio headed to Project Runway
A fifth Minnesota designer made the cut for Project Runway. Raul Osorio, a fixture on the Twin Cities fashion show circuit, has been named as a cast member for season 10 of the fashion reality show, which premieres on the Lifetime Network July 19.
MSP Mag: The Shops at Target, round two
Four new “shops” make their Target debut on Sunday, Sept. 9. This is the second installment of a program that garnered a huge amount of buzz for the forward-thinking retailer last spring. The basic concept: now that everyone has copied Target’s successful formula of partnering with designers, move on the next thing, and partner with cool boutiques around the country—bringing their vibe to the wide aisles of the big box store.
MSP Mag: Stacy London on summer, shorts, skin and style
No heat wave is going to unravel Stacy London’s spot-on style. “I believe in a sundress and a good wedge,” says the co-host of long-running TLC series, What Not to Wear. Find out a few of London’s rules of summer:
Winona clothing retailer backtracks on Steve Jobs sweater link
The owner of Knitcraft, which manufactures the sweaters for St. Croix Shop, says he was 'misquoted' when he said he sold Jobs about 12 sweaters per year. Owner Bernhard Brenner says he really said Jobs 'could have' bought a dozen per year.
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