Christy DeSmith

Special sections editor | Niche Products
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Christy DeSmith edits the Star Tribune’s weekly Outdoors Weekend section and its annual Best of MN publication. She previously worked as a magazine editor and writer specializing in art, design, lifestyle and travel.

Recent content from Christy DeSmith

Review: 'Then She Found Me' an action-packed chick-flick (April 26)

**Helen Hunt, making her directing debut, stars as April, an uptight schoolteacher who in just 15 minutes sees it all....

Updated: April 16, 2008, - 10:53 AM

Movie review: 'Smart People' can't overcome low IQ

Despite attempts to direct a playful lens on "Smart People," stereotypes fog it up.

Updated: April 10, 2008, - 11:05 PM

Movies: 'Smart People' superficial at best

Ignorance is bliss in anti-intellectual "Smart People."

Updated: April 10, 2008, - 11:55 AM

Christy Desmith: Have dollars -- will spend locally

A shopping spree is in order -- for goods and services made and done right in Minnesota.

Updated: April 05, 2008, - 05:26 PM

Movie review: 'Flawless' is stylish, suspenseful

The real bad guys in this '60s heist flick are sexist corporate executives.

Updated: March 27, 2008, - 05:10 PM

Movies: 'Flawless' a his & her heist

A stylish '60s heist film for middle-managers crowd.

Updated: March 27, 2008, - 12:26 PM

Settling for Mr. Not Quite Right

A recent magazine article implores single women-of-a-certain-age to overlook all manner of male shortcomings. But some smack-talking spinsters still mutter "I don't."

Updated: March 18, 2008, - 03:44 PM

Fashion: Home-sewn

Fashion and Minnesota are not mutually exclusive, as those behind a Minneapple version of NYC Fashion Week would like to remind us.

Updated: September 17, 2007, - 06:06 PM

Fashion: So long, thong. Take a walk, Crocs.

Farewell to the fashion faux pas of summer.

Updated: August 18, 2007, - 02:29 PM

Style: Fashion Night at the O.K. Corral

Go West, young fashionista. With Glamorama's Western theme, Macy's seems, at first glance, to be bucking fall trends. But hold your horses. Here are some ways to play along without losing your sense of style (or dignity).

Updated: August 10, 2007, - 08:33 PM

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