There are records that indicate the existence of bookstores dating back to Ancient Greece and Rome. Although these were often more like libraries than bookstores, they represent the first attempt to share and disseminate information to the masses.
Most of us have a person in our life that is a nightmare to shop for. You know exactly who I am referring to – the person with eccentric taste who prefers one of a kind items as opposed to those mass produced on an assembly line. The quest for the perfect gift can lead to mounting frustration until you are at the end of your rope. Sound familiar?
Minnesotans love to soak up each moment of summer. We are enslaved for so long by icy winds and mounds of snow that at the first sign of warmth we need no encouragement to pull out our shorts and sunglasses. By June, our calendar is completely booked–we want to make the most of every minute that isn’t dampened by the snow. But you know what they say: time flies when you’re having fun. We feel like we are just getting used to the sun by the time the leaves begin to fall again. Now that summer is truly upon us, let’s try to slow down just a little bit. An easy place to start is how we do dinner.
It’s not every day that you can find a restaurant that appeals to both families and college-aged students. Think half Chuck E. Cheese and half Rooters Bar and you will have Fargo’s Kitchen Gremlin. Located at 402 North Broadway, the eatery is the perfect mix of a friendly, welcoming restaurant and a vibrant and energetic bar.