Jason Oliver Nixon
In this issue:
AMEX CEO Kenneth Chenault
Also: Why credit card companies are here to stay—even if plastic isn't — Getting to the heart of Jamaica — Start the new year in Paris: 1 City (of light), 5 Ways
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Chef to WatchMeet Union Restaurant & Rooftop's chef Jim Christiansen.
Creative Commons // Ross SvebackGet your hands on the luxury soaps made by Minneapolis-based Ross Sveback.
1 City 5 WaysThere's more than one way to discover a destination.
Dennis Melchert on WoolThe creative force behind Faribault Woolen Mill Co. is wild about wool.
David Mitchell on General BloodHis Minneapolis-based company sees blood as both a commodity and a life-giving fluid—so why not make the market for it work better?
Playlist // Marvel BarMarvel Bar's head drink slinger Pip Hanson is a local cocktail legend whose musical taste is as impeccable as his Manhattans.
Airport Insider // Minneapolis-St. Paul International AirportAfter undergoing an extensive 12-year, $3.2 billion expansion, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport now boasts increased sustainability practices and an award-winning dining and retail program.
Everybody's Talking About // Tiki BarsSee which tiki bar in Minneapolis caught our attention.
Andrew Zimmern on 3 Ocean-Friendly Chefs: Tim McKeeTim McKee is a plugged-in, über responsible chef who is committed to serving sustainable seafood at Sea Change in Minneapolis.
Dining in MinneapolisDelta Sky Magazine editors spotlight some of the top dining spots in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Great Escapes//Bibliophile DestinationsNotable libraries and niche bookstores make Minneapolis perfect for bibliophiles as well.
Andrew Zimmern on Perfect PizzeriasAs a born and bred New Yorker, I’ve been conditioned to create, harbor and disperse some rather strong opinions about pizza. New York is tops, hands down, but this Minneapolis pizzeria is giving Gotham a run for its money.
Runway StyleDelta flight attendants are flying high in style with new uniforms created by fashion designer Richard Tyler.
The Mall of America: The Ultimate Shopping DestinationAs one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, you can shop, ride a roller coaster, tie the knot, build with Legos, meet new sea life or see a movie at the Mall of America.
FramedFrom simple letterpress cards to sketchpads made with the repurposed covers of vintage picture books, shoppers will find the stationery both unusual and beautiful.
To Market, To MarketSpend a Saturday morning perusing the fresh, local produce and other goodies at Minneapolis' Mill City Farmers Market.
A Taste of IndiaMany Indian restaurants in Minneapolis/St. Paul are small, family-run establishments that serve up tasty dishes but tend to lack swanky elegance. Until now, that is.
Business LunchesFind the right locale for your next power meeting.
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