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The gigantic Twin Cities campus of the University of Minnesota spawned two student-friendly business districts: Stadium Village, where chain eateries alternate with authentic Chinese places and a couple of venerable bars; and Dinkytown, where Bob Dylan got his start in a long-gone café called the Ten O'clock Scholar, and which still maintains a countercultural vibe, thanks to coffee houses, Asian restaurants, a pair of classic campus-style used-and-rare bookstores, and the Varsity, a movie-theater-turned-ultrahip-rock-venue. The once-dowdy Marcy-Holmes district, which borders the Northeast neighborhood, has been remade in the last decade into a mecca for creative retail and new restaurants.
Fast and Frequent: New A Line Gets You Where You're Going Between Minnehaha and St. Paul
Tuesday, June 07, 2016
Metro Transit's first aBRT, the A Line, provides fast, frequent, all-day service in one of the region’s busiest transportation corridors for MSP'ers.
MSP's Theater Community Then and Now: From the Old Log to the Legacy Amendment
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
We introduce the first in a two-part series about how MSP became the second-largest theater region after New York, as well as mobile, inventive and idiosyncratic.
March Arts and Culture: States of Being
Tuesday, March 08, 2016
This month's arts and culture branches out to include a new brew from the women-owned Urban Growler. That's not only the reason St. Paul is the place to be. Right: St. Patrick's Day.
February Arts and Culture: Feasts for the Mind and the Mouth
Tuesday, February 02, 2016
A Hmong pop-up dinner, electrifying art exhibition, architecture tour of an already iconic brewery and the opportunity to laugh out loud with the nation's funniest Native American author are on our to-do list for arts and culture in February.
Make the Switch from Car to Bike Commute This Winter: Here's How
Tuesday, December 08, 2015
Imagine a day in a bike commuter’s boots. How does he or she prepare before walking out the door? How do they stay comfortable behind Arctic fronts and snow curtains — even the dreaded polar vortex. Here's how.
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Little Mekong Night Market Expands to Include Artwalk and Kids Activities
Little Mekong Night Market
, a project of the Asian Economic Development Association (AEDA) in St. Paul, just keeps gaining momentum. This year, the summer festival (Saturday and Sunday, July 23 and 24) takes place at the proposed Little Mekong ...
Affordable Housing Goals Ahead of Schedule Along the Green Line
A Public-Private MSP Coalition Teams Up For Smart Local Transit
Alatus releases drawings for Mpls' second-tallest residential tower
Dance, law and beer grow on the Green Line
"Architecture of well-being" on University new St. Paul gateway
SPRC's 4th annual Placemaking Residency focuses on healthy cities
"Inspired at Blu" brings student design to downtown Mpls
Twin Cities architecture firms receive AIA Honor Awards
Greening the Green Line with POPS
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Glaros Undertakes "Humans of Minneapolis" Project with Parks Foundation
Even if you’ve never been to the Big Apple, you’ve probably heard of
Humans of New York
— the wildly successful, ongoing photo essay that’s touched more than 20 countries and earned millions of social shares.
New York City ...
Winter Cycling Congress kicks local bike culture into high gear
U of M entrepreneurs launch Lionheart Cider
Hidrate: New tech ensures proper hydration
Strategies for making MSP a tech and innovation hub
College of Design students craft tap handles for micro-breweries
Prohibition Kombucha: Hippie elixir to haute mixer
Creative City Roadmap welcomes arts insights
WAM recreating iconic photo with Green Line train
Dino bike rack, Hmong fashion: Knight Arts Challenge winners
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U of M team wins DOE challenge
a group of 14 undergraduate and grad students at the University of Minnesota with diverse majors (including building science, sustainable design, construction management and business), was the Grand Award Winner of The ...
MSP top metro for innovatively solving urban issues
Saint Paul artist Chris Larson selected for 2013 Whitney Biennial
Two local restaurants make Open Table's top 100 list of restaurants for last year
Source: Open Table
Indiana newspaper highlights University of Minnesota "meat lab" program
Source: The Republic
Bell Museum's Alaska’s Wildlife Refuge exhibit noted in Washington Post
Source: Washington Post, Associated Press
LA Times: Owl City a long way from first gig in Dinkytown
Source: LA Times
U of M researchers closer to making renewable petroleum
Source: Journal of Biological Chemistry
'This Old House': Prospect Park is best neighborhood for old houses
Source: Star Tribune
U of M student group installing wind turbines for Nicaraguan village
Source: The Minnesota Daily
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