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Nov 25, 2015

Art Beat To find Midtown, take a left at Lake Wobegon
News Local climate march planned on eve of Paris climate talks
Parks Park commissioners take step to demolish Fuji-Ya building

Nov 24, 2015

Schools Students walk out in support of Black Lives Matter
News County Attorney gets extension on protest shooting charges

Nov 23, 2015

News Ellison hears from small biz owners on citywide sick leave
Biz Buzzes Lakes & Legends opens in Loring Park
Letter to the editor SWLRT tree protesters don't make sense

Nov 20, 2015

Biz Buzzes The Aviary offers fitness — two feet off the ground
Stadium Met Council OKs Vikings stadium pedestrian bridge

Nov 19, 2015

Biz Buzzes MartinPatrick3 opens lounge expansion
Biz Buzzes Gophermods is now open in IDS Center
News NAACP holds rally, vigil for Jamar Clark
Development Graves plans Marriott hotel, luxury apartments in Downtown East
Schools Three superintendent finalists named
City Hall Update City leaders asked to show sympathy in wake of shooting death of Jamar Clark by police
Stadium Vikings unveil Legacy Ship plans for stadium

Nov 18, 2015

Letter to the editor Community solar great option for Minneapolis residents
City Hall Update Council committee approves appointments to city's Workplace Regulations Partnership
News Hennepin Theatre Trust unveils "WeDo" cultural district
Features Travel back in time with ‘Downtown: Minneapolis in the 1970s’
Parks Park supt. wants $14 million a year under referendum

Nov 17, 2015

Biz Buzzes Nimbus Theatre plans to relocate after impasse with landlord
Art Beat Sparky, this is your life
Green Digest County’s commitment to biking earns silver
Features Minneapolis Craft Market showcases local artisans
News Holiday spending expected to remain high, survey says
Voices Climate Minnesota provides the seeds of change for climate action
Neighborhood Spotlight Elliot Park's social Finnovator
Get Out Guide A new Made Here, winter markets, crafts and more

Nov 16, 2015

Development HCMC breaks ground on $220 million expansion
News Feds will investigate fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark

Nov 13, 2015

News City leaders unveil new strategies targeting violent crime
Biz Buzzes Woodchuck plans move to Ry-Krisp building, tree planting campaign

Nov 12, 2015

News CTUL report spotlights severity of challenges facing low-wage workers
Audio Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to appear on improv show

Nov 11, 2015

News Downtown Council releases Holidazzle schedule
Biz Buzzes Lucid will open its destination taproom this winter
Features Little Norway House has big plans
Voices Remembering our veterans
Features Ballpark area attracts more brewers
News The fight for $15

Nov 10, 2015

City Hall Update Proposal would shrink city’s impound lot
News Hennepin welcomes another high-profile mural
City Hall Update City resolution issues call to action on rail safety
Schools Six are named Minneapolis superintendent semifinalists

Nov 09, 2015

City Hall Update Hodges' Cradle to K Cabinet launches project tackling word gap
Biz Buzzes Soap Factory will be 'going dark' this winter
City Hall Update Policy requires neighborhood groups to make progress on spending NRP dollars
Food Carb heaven
Neighborhood Spotlight An ideal downtown day for Sen. Al Franken
Biz Buzzes The Bachelor Farmer prepares to open new cafe
Letter to the editor Kenilworth tree protesters are misguided

Nov 06, 2015

Voices A-Loft to Remember
Ask Dr. Rachel Tips for commuter couples
City Hall Update City awarded federal grant to reduce violence at Little Earth in S. Mpls
Biz Buzzes The Music Box Theater is up for sale
Biz Buzzes Able Seedhouse and Brewery is now open

Nov 05, 2015

Schools Lawsuit claims state allows segregated schools
Parks Park Board considers relocating wood processing to Northeast Minneapolis
Get Out Guide A 'Beautiful' musical, winter markets and more
News Maiden Minnesota highlights women entrepreneurs

Nov 04, 2015

Biz Buzzes Flirt Boutique is now open in the Colonial Warehouse building
Schools New class action suit targets school segregation
Parks Park Board superintendent recommends 2016 budget
Stadium US Bank Stadium won't host 2020 College Football Playoff championship
Biz Buzzes Winter markets moved to Solar Arts by Chowgirls
Neighborhood Spotlight An Elliot Park enthusiast
Biz Buzzes Givens Violins relocates amid development
City Hall Update City taking applications for Workplace Regulations Partnership

Nov 03, 2015

News Pillsbury sign lights up the riverfront once again
Letter to the editor Frey is taking a balanced approach on Working Families Agenda
Voices State Capitol renovation a rare opportunity to update art
News Tributes for Flip

Nov 02, 2015

Biz Buzzes Local Crate brings local food to the door
Development 10-story Stone Arch Hotel planned for Downtown East
News A community changemaker
Features Taking energy efficiency to another level

Oct 30, 2015

City Hall Update Council scrutinizes City Coordinator’s proposed budget
Voices Let's keep looking at solutions for scheduling challenges
Art Beat A hippie dream of the Information Age

Oct 29, 2015

City Hall Update City Attorney’s Office pushing for stronger party bus regulations
News Report: 42 percent of city's workers lack paid sick time
Biz Buzzes Shag Sushi is out, Rojo is in

Oct 28, 2015

Biz Buzzes Able Seedhouse and Brewery sets opening date
Development 50-story tower planned to replace TCF Bank Building

Oct 27, 2015

City Hall Update Eleven affordable housing projects recommended for city funding
SW LRT Update Southwest light rail protest to highlight loss of trees
News A home away from home
Features St. Mark’s kicks off 44th annual concert series
Voices Tips from an urban dog walker
Voices Open Streets are inspiring changes to the streetscape

Oct 26, 2015

City Hall Update Council dives into public safety budgets
News Going after “enemy no.1” for honey bees
Development New plans surface for Sex World building
News Mobile payment system for parking meters now citywide
News Rybak writing memoir, ‘Pothole Confidential’
Video Checking out the buzz at the Marquette Hotel
News Twins announce enhancements to Target Field's center field
News Community mourns death of Flip Saunders