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The Best of The Line: Our Top 10 Stories

With mixed emotions, The Line presents its best-of article, reflecting on seven years of publishing in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
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Can Can Wonderland: Amusements Galore in MN's First Arts-Based Public Benefit Corp

What do a tornado, a Ferris wheel, and your grandma’s basement all have in common? At Can Can Wonderland’s quirky and whimsical mini golf course, these are all themes to different golf holes. The best part? The holes are all designed and created by local ...
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Geno's Brings Italian Sandwiches to Northeast

 A trip to New York inspired the new Geno’s Italian-style sandwich shop at the corner of Hennepin and 4th St. SE in Minneapolis. Opening in a former Subway, the limited-seating restaurant features a fast-casual Italian menu in a diner environment. “Owner ...
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Palace Theatre set to energize downtown St. Paul

A century ago, the Palace Theatre opened in downtown St. Paul as a vaudeville house. Over the past 40 years, it has sat vacant, slowly slipping into a state of disrepair. Soon that is all about to change. The 100-year-old theater is set to reopen as a rock club with a ...
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Creed Interactive sets up shop in Lowertown

As St. Paul’s Lowertown neighborhood continues growing by leaps and bounds, the local tech community is taking note and moving in—including Creed Interactive, an interactive web design shop specializing in creative services and web solutions. The company ...
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Barrel Theory Brings Small-Batch Craft Beer to Lowertown

Barrel Theory Beer Company, a new taproom and brewery, will be coming to Lowertown in early 2017. Founded by three friends (two are former Surly employees), the brewery will emphasize a small-business atmosphere where the beer is fresh and the owners are onsite helping ...
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SEAB Empowers St. Paul Students to Bridge Cultural Divides

In schools, it’s common for there to be a divide between the administration and the student body that’s hard to bridge. Local schools are trying to reach out, shown by the Minneapolis Board of Education’s decision to give a student representative a ...
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New Rules merges for- and non-profit missions to serve North Minneapolis artisans and community

An organization’s name needs to reflect its mission. New Rules does exactly that. The North Minneapolis for-profit/non-profit hybrid merges community event center, coworking office space, retail and, eventually, a café. At its core, the multi-prong concept ...
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CobornsDelivers revamps website, targets MSP shoppers

The Internet’s effect on the brick-and-mortar economy gets more pronounced each year. With new restaurant delivery services flocking to the Twin Cities and Amazon continuing to grow, the way that consumers shop for their food is also changing. With a redesigned ...
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Modesty on the Move: Asiya Innovates Sports Hijabs For Girls

Businesses begin with an idea, but also a motive. At Asiya, the idea is to provide sports hijabs that are culturally appropriate, yet comfortable and flexible enough to stay in place while young Muslim girls play sports. The motive is to encourage confidence and ...
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Saint Anthony Park

A village within the city, Saint Anthony Park feels a bit like New England: hilly, with curving streets, a jewel-box Carnegie public library built in 1917, and a retail center that boasts three of the city's most tasteful and popular establishments: Micawber's Books, the Finnish Bistro bakery-cafe, and Muffuletta, which describes itself as a "chef-driven bistro." The expansive campus of Luther Seminary (it's Lutheran) adds a note of studious reverence to the area.