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Kickin’ It Old-School

The best places to indulge in the 70’s trends that are all the rage again.

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  • Mustaches

    Hate to break it to the hipsters, but babies have stolen your mustaches. Mustache pacifiers at Patina, six metro locations, patina.com

  • Critters

    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

  • Typography

    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

  • Gold

    After years and years of wearing cooler metals, we’ve warmed up to yellow gold. StyledLife, Galleria, 952-928-8888, styledlife.com

  • Wool

    The recently reopened Faribault Woolen Mill is making its nostalgic blankets and scarves a necessity again. 507-412-5510, faribaultmill.com

  • Wallpaper

    Find lots of clever collections and fun designs at locally based online shop Hygge & West. hyggeandwest.com


Best of the Twin Cities 2012:  Eat + Drink

Best of the Twin Cities 2012: Eat + Drink

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.

Best of the Twin Cities 2012:  Shop + Style

Best of the Twin Cities 2012: Dream Closet

These shops can make your fashion wishes come true.

Best of the Twin Cities 2012:  People

Best of the Twin Cities 2012: People

2012’s movers of note, Q&A with “Best News Anchor” Frank Vascellaro, and a shout out to hands on creatives.

Best of the Twin Cities: Old School/New School

We paired old school standbys against new school favorites, from best men’s store to best hip hang out.

Best of the Twin Cities 2012: Uptown Overhaul

Best of the Twin Cities 2012: Uptown Overhaul

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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