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September October 2016 Midwest Living

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Find out where to catch the Midwest's music scene, get ideas for great fall getaways and browse recipes with fall flavors like cider and chocolate.
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Savor sumptuous chocolate desserts, fresh fall cider recipes and ratatouille that shows off your end-of-summer harvest.
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Behold! We have found the holy grail of homemade bread. It’s an appealingly soft, barely sweet, mostly whole wheat sandwich loaf. And the recipe is flexible and fuss-free—no kneading required!
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Get set for entertaining from fall to New Year’s with a casual tabletop look. Centered on a eucalyptus-and-strawflower garland, the versatile decor keeps pace with the season’s many gatherings.
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Minnesota photographer and blogger Mary Jo Hoffman created these nature designs exclusively for Midwest Living. Browse her images and get tips for making your own collections.
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Where do you go to fall in love with your new favorite band? The Midwest is a good start. Cozy lounges, barnyard stages and more curate a diverse music scene sure to please any fan. Take a tour of...
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The past decade’s frenzy for fantastically diverse dahlias brings these summer-to-frost stunners from the back of the border to the front, plus into containers and bouquets.
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Chicago artist Greta de Parry designs sleek furniture (most notably barstools) built to withstand years of use and changing trends. Here’s how she stands—er, sits— above the crowd.
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There’s more to Chicago than meets the eye: Just ask any of the nearly 800 people who have scoured the city as part of the Chicago Architecture Foundation Scavenger Hunt.
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Minneapolis photographer and blogger Mary Jo Hoffman helps us view nature one twig at a time.

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