Finefolk boutique and lifestyle shop in Kansas City thrives on personal connection, and owner Leslie Fraley has curated a space that prioritizes community, comfort and vulnerability.
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Cincinnati-based artist and jewelry designer Jenny Rush had been working full time at a photography studio for 14 years when she began making her own ceramic jewelry
As chef of Cincinnati’s acclaimed Please, Ryan Santos creates food that invites you in with a hint of middle-America-nice and the soft-spoken comfort of approachable, deeply familiar ingredients.
It’s a humid morning, and the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in Saint Louis’ Grand Center Arts District is wreathed in a bevy of shifting clouds.
On the western edge of North Minneapolis and Golden Valley, husband-wife creative team Tia and Souliyahn Keobounpheng occupy a ’70s-style ranch home in the way that only two architecture-school [...]
Courtesy of Cincinnati's Please Restaurant and Chef Ryan Santos.
“Architecture is about society and about our aspirations and about culture,” he says. “Le Corbusier saw it as an instrument of social change. That was such a new thing to me."