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Art Car Parade Around Lake Harriett
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.
Urban Farm to Urban Table: Growing and Sourcing Hyper-Local Food in the Twin Cities
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
The Twin Cities is emerging as a hotbed of innovative agricultural activity. An ambitious group of producers and retailers aims to redefine what it means to be local, and give retaurants and consumers more control over what they eat and drink.
Design Tech: Why MSP is a Hotbed of Manufacturing and Fabrication Innovation
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
The Twin Cities metro is a hotbed of manufacturers and fabricators innovating and growing their businesses to provide easier, faster, less expensive solutions for design and construction challenges.
Studio/E: Exploring the Meaning and Mindset of Entrepreneurship
Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Navigation and exploration are at the heart of Studio/E, a Twin Cities-based entrepreneurial experience. In collaboration with the James J. Hill Library and Babson College, Studio/E brings 24 participants together for four days of exploration into the meaning and the mindset of entrepreneurship.
Moveable Feasts: MSP's Food Truck Boom Inspires Appetites, Community, Culinary Startups
Wednesday, June 04, 2014
What turns a pint at the local microbrewery into a feast? Transforms ho-hum lunch hours into culinary adventures? Generates curbside communities? Tests an entrepreneur's appetite for a new business? Twin Cities food trucks!
Solar Twin Cities: Where Urban Farming, Social Justice, Green Tech and Sustainable Living Meet
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
A sneak peek at the solar initiatives of a Twin Cities homeowner, nonprofit and entrepreneurial restaurant/farm featured during the EcoMetro Sustainable Living Tour on May 31 sponsored by the Minnesota Renewable Energy Society.
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