Recent News

Aug 06, 2007

News Lessons on eating local
News Shutting it down: I-94 to be closed this weekend
News Council committee gives DeLaSalle athletic field another go-ahead
News Initial costs of bridge collapse reported
News Bridge 9 closes again
News Happy trails: Cedar Lake reopened
News Two more victims identified
News Circa Gallery finds a new home
News Legislators holding public hearing on new I-35W bridge

Jul 23, 2007

News A Chef for the Neighborhood
News Fueling a debate on mileage
News The Buzz: The Hunter in winter
News Civic Beat: Ramping down
News In the red again
News Neighborhood notebook: DeLaSalle to appeal ruling
News New visions for the Metrodome
News Getting engaged
News The ploughman's lunch
News Insights from Boston
News Jimmy brings the drama
News Arts: Towing mom and dad
News MPD grows in size, shortfall
News Polo replacement is set: J.B. Hudson Jewelers
News Relief group to donate 800 backpacks for homeless youth
News On the Fringes
News Turn and face the change: City awards grants to help fight global warming
News Condemnation hearings end with sides $50 million apart
News River banks to be upgraded
News Ready, set, stop
News Conversation piece: Pulitizer Prize-winning author coming to the Guthrie
News Voter registration drive for public housing residents
News All's fair in art and Loring Park
News Canceled due to weather: Thursday's Mill City Farmers Market
News Archive: I-35W bridge collapses
News Archive: Update on the I-35W bridge collapse
News Statement to Congress by U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison
News Council to declare state of emergency: Talks on future without bridge to begin this week
News Girl on school bus: "There was just this big drop"
News Horrific sight at bridge disaster
News Update on Twins game and groundbreaking ceremony
News Interfaith prayer service on Sunday
News Hofstede holds meeting to discuss alternative transportation modes
News City Council declares state of emergency
News Free bus rides to help commuters cope
News Eyewitnesses to bridge collapse sought
News City traffic advisory
News Commuting update
News Scalpers are now "ticket brokers"
News Stone Arch Bridge reopened

Jul 16, 2007

News Unchain my food
News Curtain falls on Loring Playhouse
News Stepping into the future workplace
News The buzz: Bellydancing and manicures converge
News Civic beat: Using grants to go green
News Park notebook: High-maintenance trees
News Neighborhood notebook: Waiting for the market
News Rock and read
News Music: I am Soundgarden
News Arts: The best days of summer have arrived
News Offbeat shopping
News So you got a traffic ticket: Now what?
News Please blink while reading this
News iDance at the e-Shubert
News Shinders shuts down
News Planning Commission rejects DeLaSalle plan
News Kevin Garnett Should Stop the Rumor Mill
News Redevelopment plans for TCF Bank Building on hold
News Comprehensive Plan for parks under review
News Performance space to be built at Bryant Square Park
News Free concert of classical Indian music at library
News Crime alert: North Loop sees increase in car break-ins
News Working nights: I-35W down to one lane
News City Council will vote on sale of parking ramps
News Resurrections on the Mall
News Ramping down: Council sells parking lots
News The Buzz: The Hunter in Winter

Jul 09, 2007

News Battle at the Sexton
News A new road map to ease Downtown congestion
News What's in the air?
News The buzz: Seven heaven coming
News Homeless shelters see increase in numbers of people seeking beds
News Neighborhood notebook: Selling spaces
News Park Board Comprehensive Plan up for review
News Civic beat: PRISM funding increased
News Signature drinks on Washington
News Rock and roll K.O.
News Urban Cuisine: The new hot
News A look ahead at this week's City Council meetings
News Vanessa Hayden: Gone, but not forgotten
News It depends on what the meaning of "stadium" is
News Making fun of Republicans? Not 'Tonight.'
News 'Momentum': Modern movements in Minnesota
News Using grants to go green
News Zine scene
News Conventional approach: Going for the Green
News A noisy weekend at the ballpark site
News Legal wrangling over ballpark land sale continues

Jul 02, 2007

News The Buzz: Girls just want to have fun
News Fresh (and often half) baked films
News In the fast lane: City could benefit from major federal transit grant