One of the goals here at TNSN is to meet interesting people, talk with them, learn from them, and help spread their message and work. Below you will find links/information on some really cool folks we and TNSN have had the privilege to get to know.
Dylan is hard to describe in just a few sentences.. Is he just a bad ass Jiu Jitsu blue belt? Is he just a skilled striker? Is he just an amazing independent singer-writer? No! he's all of the above and much more. Dylan is a very interesting guy and a tremendous musical talent. I really suggest you check out his debut album "A Work In Progress" and help support him and the amazing local music scene here in Minnesota. You can find out more about Dylan and his album at www.dylanmcfarlingmusic.com
Danny is a former pro wrestler, BJJ blue belt, BJJ instructor, all around bad-ass, and now a blog author. His new blog Mind & Body talks about getting your life together with ideal nutrition, exercise, and mind development. It is also very entertaining. Check it out at
Tim is a former coworker and a great friend. Tim actually does two different blogs, both of which are very informative and entertaining.
Tim is also an avid sports fan. On his Minnesota Sports Scene blog, Tim offers a fresh perspective on sports in Minnesota, with a quality writing and deep thought. Check it out at http://minnesotasportsscenesarycht.blogspot.com/?m=1
Collectible And Promotional Glasses Tim has a knack for finding cool collectible glasses. This FaceBook page showcases his great finds. Find it at https://www.facebook.com/groups/170135453419760/?fref=nf
My good friends Cory and Amy Soine run a neat little independent graphics design/print shop. Amy consistently impresses me with her design skills and high quality printing. They do all the printing of TBJIP products like t-shirts, hats, and fight shorts. If you need some printing done, check them out on FB at https://www.facebook.com/thejabnetwork/?fref=ts
One of my favorite places to eat is The Farm Market Cafe' in Onamia, MN. A majority of the ingredients are locally sourced, the meals are cooked from scratch, and the service is awesome. Next time you are heading up north on 169, stop at the Cafe' and try them out. www.farmmarektcafe.com