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Heins, a tall, bearded, soft-spoken guy dressed entirely in black.
"You're not going to worry as much because, 'Oh, it's Minneapolis,' " he said.
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To hear the Gray Lady tell it, we're all a bunch of shot-and-a-beer drinking hipsters who cluster around Uptown to sleep with our friends' exes in a desperate attempt to secure companionship before the inevitable nine-month winter snow-in."You want to fall in love in winter," said Hayley Lindma, a 23-year-old artist who was with three friends at Mort's, as everyone calls it, surrounded by dartboards, Big Buck Hunter games and a jukebox.
When it's cold, she said, "You want to stay home and cuddle and watch movies and eat food and be with your pets."While their counterparts in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, or the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles are defined (and derided) for their blasé pose, their Twin Cities brothers and sisters, while blessed with the same clunky glasses, working-class-chic attire and fixed-gear bikes, retain the openness and generosity of the region.
Are you familiar with the feeling of watching a parade or a football game and not knowing whether you still have all your fingers? The reality is that our weather is brutally cold for way too much of the year. So if you’re looking to hibernate for the winter, deactivate your Tinder account.
He and some friends were planning to move on to their next destination: the CC Club, a spot on South Lyndale that was recently the subject of a cover article in City Pages, a weekly newspaper, about its long, boozy history in the city's music scene.