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Essentially, placemaking is a strategy and effort to realize the benefits of creativity and place-based identity in a town.
Participation in creative activities with others or even alone, improves feelings of loneliness which is associated with a variety of health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, a weakened immune system, anxiety, depression, cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s disease, and even death.
Duluth's Sam Zimmerman has a new mural at Voyageurs National Park and a new book of his Ojibwe images.
The gas station, which opened in 1934, was the last in the United States that used hand, known as gravity, pumps. It was a Standard Oil Station from 1934 to 1959, then was privately owned after the main route to Watertown, South Dakota, was changed and the car and truck traffic dwindled.
Rural towns that have invested in building their creative sectors have seen increased community pride, created jobs, and more name-recognition for their town.
After many grew used to living in isolation, the farmers market remains a place to gather and grow.

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Minneapolis event aims to celebrate and educate
On June 22, the owl center opened up an online auction selling art sent into the center by Ukrainian children as a part of an international art content; the money raised will be donated to children and families in Ukraine through UNICEF.
Exploring Blackness in rural Minnesota subject of Yunior Rebollar's work

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