Recent News

Jan 30, 2006

News Proposed project aims to link three Downtown landmarks
News Tableaux: An artist cuts and pastes the familiar into fantasy
News Downtown art
News Tater love
News Care for lonely dogs
News Finding a calling post college

Jan 23, 2006

News Rolling through history
News City growing faster than expected
News 'Pacific Flats' could rise next to North Loop's Monte Carlo
News Neighborhood events
News Businees News
News Trends reshaping condo market
News Former Councilmember faces federal bribery charges
News Searching for home in the heartland
News Hearing on Fuji Ya site sale planned for February
News Loring Hill land use study begins with walking tour on Saturday
News From Bukowski to boutique: The old Fairmont Hotel becomes the Chambers
News Downtown Art
News Guests with a baby in tow
News Side Splitter
News New Orleans' Subdudes bring home here
News Stimson redevelopment project gets green light

Jan 16, 2006

News Group proposes Chinese-style garden
News New tenants moving into Life Sciences Corridor
News Ibaraki sister-city relationship focuses on biotech development
News Intermodal Station Study open house
News 'A' Mill towers denied
News Bosacker gets nod for City Coordinator post
News City's legislative agenda features perennial priorities
News Happy Campers
News Warehouse lofts pay tribute to city's past
News Downtown Art
News Winter Warmers
News At your service
News Old church, young people

Jan 09, 2006

News Bookman developer plans condos, townhouses near east end of riverfront
News New Council, new dynamics, new agenda
News More than just groceries: Downtown Lunds project moves forward
News Council revises condo conversion rules
News Competing for young talent
News Development for dummies
News Brownfield on Downtown's edge attracts commercial development
News Getting to know you: Redrawn 3rd Ward comes together
News Health and Human Services Committee takes on environmental issues
News Affordable apartments to rise amid luxury riverfront condos
News Downtown Art
News Romeo, Romeo, why art thou a poor shopper?
News New Downtown Life debut

Jan 02, 2006

News Johnson Lee: 'I came into office to serve people'
News Rybak resolves for '06
News Rybak names new chief of staff
News City Council green lights North Loop condos, overturning Planning Commission rejections
News Liquid library
News WCCO launches newscast from glass-walled studio
News Get your kicks on Route 6: Mayor's plan to bolster bus use
News Council passes mayor's $1.3 billion budget
News Thirty-nine-story tower approved in Loring Park
News Downtown Art
News Downtown Music
News Art Picks

Dec 19, 2005

News Doing my job
News Lunchtime Tourist
News Central Lutheran bells will ring out Christmas Eve
News New coordinator aims to end homelessness
News Hennepin County eases smoking ordinance; Minneapolis ban remains
News Business News
News Two finalists emerge in bids for city wireless contract
News Midtown Land Use Plan recommends higher density, reopening Nicollet at Lake Street
News Breaking the Wave? Park Board delays completing sale for riverfront condo
News Coalitions propose improvements to city permit processes
News Elliot Park kicks off annual giving campaign
News Music Picks
News Art Picks
News Downtown Music
News Cashing in on the post-Holiday slump
News Downtown Art

Dec 12, 2005

News Doing my job
News Lunchtime Tourist
News Fate of Stevens Square low-income building a mystery
News Making a list, checking it twice
News March to commemorate homeless who died in 2005
News Downtown Events
News What's Historic
News Government News
News Retiring Downtown Councilmember Paul Zerby reflects on his tenure
News Downtown Events
News Art Picks
News Music Picks
News Downtown Art
News By Anna Pratt
News Downtown Music

Dec 05, 2005

News Doing my job
News Lunchtime Tourist
News Leveling the playing field
News Downtown library closed until May
News East Bank gets new sidewalk, courtesy of developer
News Council to vote on $1.3 billion city budget
News Heart and soul food
News What will make a better Downtown in 2006?
News Rybak appoints Samatar to Library Board

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