Recent News

Jun 04, 2007

News Council committee approves aggressive approach to panhandlers
News The price is wrong: Affordable housing project dropped
News Pieces of the MOSAIC
News Big wheels keep on turning
News Last toast for Totino's

May 28, 2007

News A mover and shaker on dog parks
News Keeping an eye on the parks
News An urban design extraordinaire
News Catering to cats: New pet-sitting
News Council proposal would strengthen restrictions on panhandling in certain areas of city
News Neighborhood Notebook
News Problem-solving courts: a search for better outcomes
News A historic building
News Music: Jazz-Goth gal
News Arts: Helvetica
News The cheese season
News Come together in Stevens Square
News Aiming at Target
News Pumping pain
News Even when Garnett succeeds, he hurts the Timberwolves
News City officials to hold informational meetings about wireless network
News Stag party
News United Properties might buy Ford Centre
News Updated edition: Is Gov. Pawlenty high on Minneapolis?
News The buzz: the odor purple

May 25, 2007

News City Council will have veto power over Schieks management hires

May 21, 2007

News A gold standard for parks
News Condo buyers eager for completion of Downtown developments
News City Council set to take up proposed circus animal ban next month
News The buzz: Chevys goes stale
News East Bank Mills launches sales effort
News Neighborhood news: Ballpark construction begins
News Minneapolis City Charter undergoing revisions
News Fashion with an edge
News Skyline living
News Music: A difficult simplicity
News Arts: Inside out
News High hopes for Downtown housing
News Train fever
News Barking for joy
News Gallery opens: dreams come true
News A challenge to men
News Construction under way at ballpark site
News Newly approved Loring Park condos to be taller than they appear
News Beckham's goal: bring 'football' to Minneapolis
News The 85 percent solution
News City Council committee meeting: rated X?
News Aiming at Target
News A more aggressive approach to aggressive panhandling
News City to have unusual hold on strip club management

May 14, 2007

News A flurry of foreclosures
News More angst on Nicollet Island
News A wage debate
News New deli opening
News Neighborhood Notes
News Neighborhood notebook
News Council Acts
News Picture perfect
News Lunchtime Tourist
News Music: Sons of a preacher man
News Arts: Forever green
News Have it your way
News A closer look at Minnesota Lynx Coach Don Zierden
News Welcome to the new
News Bottom's up: Willie's Wine Bar closes
News Nochee strikes out, but owner plans comeback
News Dimming of Elliot Park bid for lighting?
News Glitter of green
News Stadium traffic and construction update
News Gallery opens: dreams come true
News Barking for joy
News The buzz: Summer-long flea market

May 07, 2007

News Music picks
News Where art thou Romeo?
News Winds of change
News Downtown art
News Historic bank reborn as Westin hotel
News Sales halt for condo project near Guthrie
News A makeover for mill ruins
News Hennepin lands another major restaurant
News Civic beat
News Neighborhood notebook
News Downtown Voices: Minnesota Lynx 2007: Young and athletic, but does that bring more wins?
News Downtown Voices: A second chance to keep libraries open
News Have it your way
News Welcome to the new
News City Council actions: Friday, May 11
News Neighborhood notes

Apr 30, 2007

News Loring terminations underscore park's problems
News Distraught over son's disappearance, mom says Downtown 'dangerous'
News Ten years, 81 parades: a Holidazzle cheerleader's story
News Minneapolis leaders' election reaction: worry
News 2002 bus cuts barely nick Downtown; 2003's could draw blood
News Why doesn't Downtown vote?
News Boo! hoo: Teener's to leave Downtown
News Court demolishes historic district ?? and a possible Downtown grocery store?
News Court demolishes historic district ?? and a possible Downtown grocery store?
News 'I need contact with people'
News 'I need contact with people'
News When did 'no' become a four-letter word? Or, how we can't say the simplest things in the workplace