Monthly Archives: July 2014


National Tequila Day (July 24th) has come and gone, and still Tequila Point has not opened. But don’t worry!  It’s still in the works. Recently, we talked with the Tequila Point team and they now estimate a September opening.  That’s not that far … Continue reading

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Everything’s Better With A Trumpet

It was a hot day for the Little Free Walk for Little Free Libraries. We had a nice crowd to welcome Maya, Amy and Stef and to herald the unveiling of the two newest libraries.  Click here to read Maya … Continue reading

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Stop and Smell the Coleus

Next time you’re in the neighborhood of Foundry Books take a close look at Gayle Bull’s impressive collection of coleus.  There’s a huge variety and tons of color. These are just some of the coleus on display.  Almost makes me … Continue reading

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Little Free Walk of Little Free Libraries

Last October, reporter Helen O’Neill visited Mineral Point, WI, and was charmed. The article she wrote was released a few days ago by the Associated Press and was then picked up in the following media outlets: ABC News, Post Bulletin, Rochester, Minnesota, SF … Continue reading

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The Man Behind the (Opera House) Curtain

It’s been a while since Parrish Johnston walked from the old high school with his classmates to see “All Quiet on the Western Front” on the Mineral Point Opera House’s big screen. Now when Parrish goes to the newly-restored, 99-year-old theater, … Continue reading

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