He’s lived it up with Kate Moss in London, Ozzy Osbourne in Los Angeles and Macaulay Culkin in New York, to drop just a few names. The thing Sean Tillmann really likes to talk about these days, though, is his so-called “grandma house,” where he intends to hang out with his less-famous Twin Cities friends.
“I’m not changing a thing, I love it,” he said as he welcomed us into a country-quaint kitchen that looked decorated circa 1954.
Better known by his half-baked but fully cemented moniker Har Mar Superstar, Tillmann hasn’t officially called Minnesota home for 13 years — going back to when he was 25 and quite literally living out of the Turf Club in St. Paul.
Just last month, though, the Owatonna native bought a small two-story house tucked away in the heart of northeast Minneapolis. It’s the kind of home a family of seven used