Domini Brown is a photographer and writer. She lives in Richfield, Minnesota.
All in Community and Culture
The best part of this experience was the genuine, but short-lived, bond between strangers. We laughed with people much different from us, cheered each other on, and pointed out where to put the next foot.
If you're a serious athlete in the Twin Cities, you may have heard of Performance Meals based out of Robbinsdale. Frontman and owner Adrian De Los Rios, along with a hard-working crew of chefs, puts out thousands of meals every week and delivers the food to gyms for his clients.
Nate and I talked about how the physical manifestation of losing hair isn’t really sad because of the hair loss. It’s sad because he felt like he had no control over what was happening in his body. And even further, how this was affecting his whole life.
Fires carrying smoke down from Canada gave us unusual, hazy skies for about a week. Sunsets were surreal. The sun glare on the floor of my house was bright, flaming orange in mid-afternoon.
The thing that was so great about Northern Spark was how the night felt. It was so chill. The art projects are manned from sunrise to sunset for just one night a year, and thousands of people were out wandering the streets this past Saturday night to take part in the fun.