metromag:

February’s issue takes aim at an important topic: beer. Specifically, Minnesota beer – it’s origins, it’s craft-minded, new-age purveyors and it’s future as a hallmark of the state. But it’s not all about pale ales and stouts this month (like any responsible drinker, we know when it’s time to call it quits).
Here are some other features to look forward to in our new issue.
+ A look at The BrandLab, an innovative program designed to introduce marketing to minority students and put them on the path to a career in the field.
+ The story of how St. Paul shop Go Vintage came to provide the cast of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire with the prohibition-era wardrobe they needed.
+ Some fatherly advice from Spazz Dad Todd Smith, and lessons learned from a weeklong solo road trip from fellow columnist Mo Perry.     
+ A wrap-up of the best St. Paul theater companies have to offer this spring.
+ A guide to tracking down local produce, even when the farmer’s market remains nothing but a date circled on a calendar.
+ A look at local design firm Vincent James Associates, whose ever-so-humble work has been kept out of sight and mind but demands a bit of attention.
This list is but a sampling of what the issue contains. So to see what else we’ve got on offer, grab a copy wherever fine publications are sold. Or better yet, subscribe today.

metromag:

February’s issue takes aim at an important topic: beer. Specifically, Minnesota beer – it’s origins, it’s craft-minded, new-age purveyors and it’s future as a hallmark of the state. But it’s not all about pale ales and stouts this month (like any responsible drinker, we know when it’s time to call it quits).

Here are some other features to look forward to in our new issue.

+ A look at The BrandLab, an innovative program designed to introduce marketing to minority students and put them on the path to a career in the field.

+ The story of how St. Paul shop Go Vintage came to provide the cast of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire with the prohibition-era wardrobe they needed.

+ Some fatherly advice from Spazz Dad Todd Smith, and lessons learned from a weeklong solo road trip from fellow columnist Mo Perry.     

+ A wrap-up of the best St. Paul theater companies have to offer this spring.

+ A guide to tracking down local produce, even when the farmer’s market remains nothing but a date circled on a calendar.

+ A look at local design firm Vincent James Associates, whose ever-so-humble work has been kept out of sight and mind but demands a bit of attention.

This list is but a sampling of what the issue contains. So to see what else we’ve got on offer, grab a copy wherever fine publications are sold. Or better yet, subscribe today.