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Hate to break it to the hipsters, but babies have stolen your mustaches. Mustache pacifiers at Patina, six metro locations, patina.com
Squirrels and other furry friends are on mantels, pillows, glasses, and walls. Ceramic, of course! 414 Penn Ave. S., Mpls., 612-377-7300, honeyshine.net
The digital age has made us appreciate pretty fonts and real paper all the more. Lunalux, 1618 Harmon Place, Mpls., 612-373-0526, lunalux.com
After years and years of wearing cooler metals, we’ve warmed up to yellow gold. StyledLife, Galleria, 952-928-8888, styledlife.com
The recently reopened Faribault Woolen Mill is making its nostalgic blankets and scarves a necessity again. 507-412-5510, faribaultmill.com
Find lots of clever
fun designs at
locally based online shop
Hygge & West.
From pizza to pancakes, here’s our top food face-offs in old-school versus new school eats. Plus, the best food trend that’s here to stay and the best kids meals in town.
These shops can make your fashion wishes come true.
2012’s movers of note, Q&A with “Best News Anchor” Frank Vascellaro, and a shout out to hands on creatives.
We paired old school standbys against new school favorites, from best men’s store to best hip hang out.
The best places to indulge in the 70’s trends that are all the rage again.
The ever-hip old neighborhood feels shiny and new again thanks to a movie theater revamp, additional shops, and, as always, great places to hang out.
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