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Jen Kreilich

Public Functionary — A Window Into New Art Space In Minneapolis
January 14, 2013


Public Functionary, a new gallery and non-profit organization in Northeast Minneapolis, will make art more accessible while cultivating young collectors. Director Tricia Khutoretsky explains the group’s mission and approach in this Q & A with Idea Peepshow.

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Holiday Gift Guide – Find Cool Stuff And Support Local Artists
December 12, 2012


Put down those generic gift baskets and cancel those Amazon gift cards, people. Your friends and family will thank you.

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Be The Match. Save A Life.
November 12, 2012


We get to do some very cool work here at Fast Horse. Some of it vitally important work, like raising […]

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Kicking Ass And (Literally) Taking Names
October 29, 2012


A ‘half-fun, half-serious’ digital tool called Find A Token Woman helps create an ever-growing list of talented women in fields where the ratio is not in the female favor.

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Google Serves Up Some Bacon With Its Latest Easter Egg
September 17, 2012


Jen has some fun with Google search tricks. No doubt more than a few of you out there have killed some time on the latest iteration of the game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon.

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A Midwest Icon Debuts At The Great Minnesota Get-Together
August 22, 2012


A deep-fried version of Minnesota’s beloved Nut Goodie bar will be among the new offerings at the Minnesota State Fair.

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How To Party Like A Toddler
July 30, 2012


Jen survives planning her first toddler birthday party and shares some fun ideas. Pinterest to the rescue!

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Remakes And Redos. Recycling The ’80s In Hollywood
June 29, 2012


Hollywood’s obsession with remaking movies from the ’80s is out of control. Is nothing sacred?

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A Martha Stewart For A Younger, Cooler Generation
June 5, 2012


Jen shares her latest online obsession – Sous Style – a fashionable food and lifestyle blog.

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Waiting For Zombies. And Vampires. And Kings. And Mad Men.
May 14, 2012


Popular TV shows are taking long breaks between seasons. Networks are working hard to keep fans engaged throughout extended intermissions with original and exclusive content — and it’s working.

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