Or Hermione Granger’s purse in the final Harry Potter installment.Or what you’d find when you go through the looking glass or down a rabbit hole.That's according to the Advocate, the national gay news magazine based in Los Angeles.The city came from nowhere to snatch the tiara from last year's winner, Atlanta, which slid to No. "This was Minneapolis' first appearance [on the second annual list], and it shot right to the top," said Matthew Breen, executive editor for the Advocate. The Advocate changed its criteria for making the list, Breen said.
As far as general friends of all backgrounds you go about doing that the same way as anywhere else -- try volunteering, join some meetup groups, etc.It's true that the state has a reputation as being harder to crack than others (mostly because the overall percentage of recent newcomers is smaller than some places), but there's certainly plenty of people out there looking for friends.It sounds like whatever you're doing now isn't working, so maybe try something radically different; if you are already volunteering then change the place or type of work you're doing, if you're religious then join a church or temple or mosque, etc.Here are my thoughts on the article and what they left out: So: who’s packin’ their bags for good ol’ MPLS?!Certainly there are very different realities among the different types of people who reside in Minneapolis.