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Southwest is a residential area rich in neighborhood feel and neighborhood consciousness. People here walk and bike to comfortable coffee shops and bars and discuss city, state, and national politics with passion, and they have plenty of Minneapolis' signature urban outdoor amenities to enjoy: Lakes Harriet and Calhoun, Minnehaha Creek with its walking and hiking trails, and a plenitude of parks. Within Southwest, Linden Hills is a tidy, compact community with its own pocket-size business district rich in cafes, small restaurants, and other stylish urban amenities.
Is Craft Beer Peaking in MSP? Not Yet, As These Five New Breweries and a Community Tap House Show
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
These days, MSP seems to have more independent craft beer producers than adults of legal drinking age. And yet the brewery announcements, grand openings and expansions keep coming. Are we reaching peak craft beer?
Jump Into July with Makers, ArtCars, Movement and Beer
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
July arts, entertainment and culture highlights not to be missed in MSP, with a focus on makers of all sorts — of art, crafts, dance and beer.
Eat Up! 7 Transit-Friendly Farmers Markets in MSP
Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Looking to sample the region’s freshest produce without braving traffic? In celebration of the Green Line’s first full farmers market season, here are seven MSP markets within walking distance of a major transit line (in many cases, the Green Line itself).
Why MSP is Leading the New DigiFab (Third Industrial) Revolution
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
We're experiencing the third industrial revolution in which MSP’s digital fabricators are innovatively building the future, one pixel at a time.
10 Independent Bookstores To Get Cozy With This Winter
Tuesday, February 03, 2015
Searching for a book to get lost in? Ditch your computer and mobile devices, and plan a day trip exploring these distinct and community-minded local bookstores, many of which are celebrating decade birthdays in 2015.
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Minneapolis, MN 55410
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Fort Snelling's historic Upper Post to be transformed into workforce housing
If the criteria of marketable real estate — “location, location, location” — still holds true, then a prime parcel in the Twin Cities has it all. Open space. River views. Recreational fields. Historical resonance. Old-growth ...
Pollinate Minnesota adds to buzz about pollinators
Hoodstarter crowdsources solutions for vacant storefronts
Architect innovates design service for accessory dwellings
Heirloom Project introduces native plants to South Minneapolis garages
Lowry Hill's Carpenter House ready for renovations
Five Watt Coffee will fill a void at 38th and Nicollet
Minnesota Honey Company opens in Fulton neighborhood
Spill the Wine opens on Lake Street
Red Cow turns an old Blockbuster Video into an upscale eatery
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Artist Cindy Lindgren debuts City of Lakes fabric line
Prolific MSP artist
is teaming up with
a digital fabric printing company, to launch a Minneapolis-centric fabric line called “City of Lakes.” Lindgren debuted City of Lakes this May at the International ...
Gardening Matters empowers growers
Man Cave Meats introduces craft brats and burgers
Crux Collaborative and the power of rebranding
One Day on Earth gathers Twin Cities stories
Truhealth MD: a delicious "therapeutic intervention"
Zero-waste Bread and Pickle latest of Kim Bartmann's new restaurant endeavors
Minneapolis marks 1,000th low-interest loan to small business
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Matt's Bar makes Thrillist
Isn't it "fun" when outsiders decide which of our heralded eating establishments are "most iconic?" Still, we can't argue with
's selection of Matt's Bar for Minnesota, especially because of the Jucy Lucy. ...
Pat's Tap, Pig & Fiddle receive national fame
Time names Jucy Lucy one of nation's "most influential" burgers
'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives' spotlights Pizzeria Lola
Source: Diners. Drive-Ins, and Dives
Minneapolis Institute of Arts first in U.S. to exhibit centuries-old Venetian paintings
Source: Minnesota Public Radio
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