Recent News

Mar 21, 2005

News The monument man
News Loring Park neighborhood elects officers
News Downtown-area ward forum is March 29
News City scuttles 911 merger with county
News Business news
News Even smoking ban PR campaigns fuel controversy
News Neighborhood supports 1016 Marquette condos
News What's broken?
News Nicollet Island/East Bank annual meeting is March 28
News At 'A' Mill project, height may depend on amenities
News Holly's picks
News Anna's picks
News Fun with electricity
News Spring into fashion

Mar 14, 2005

News Paris in the wintertime
News BB gun assaults hit Elliot Park
News Us vs. Them: Why Minneapolis is taking a licking at the State Capitol
News Old meets new: Art worlds collide at Gallery Atitlan
News What's broken
News Contract or no contract for a Downtown Whole Foods?
News County stiffens Downtown warrant and probation enforcement
News Business news
News Fare-thee-well to $350,000 Nicollet Mall fountain flop
News New East Bank condo project unveiled
News Escape cuts deal on mystery liquor-license violations
News Elliot Park NRP brainstorming continues in March
News Downtown parks seat lures second candidate
News People have floated many ideas for Nicollet Island over the years. Most sunk.

Mar 07, 2005

News What's broken?
News Doing my job
News Stone Arch lighting project advances
News Expunge yourself
News Loring Park annual meeting is March 14
News Skyway Senior Center programs thrive while funding dives
News A shiny conversion with a graffiti goodbye
News Government Center begins weapons screening next Monday
News Business news
News Car-sharing program picks Loring ramp
News Anna's picks
News Holly's picks
News Downtown art
News By Tammy Sproule Kaplan
News Forget fancy-schmancy digs and duds
News Downtown music

Feb 28, 2005

News What's Broken: Left Broken
News Lunchtime tourist
News DeLaSalle field meeting is Tuesday
News Wieland announces for Nicollet Island/East Bank Council seat
News Business news
News McManus: City safe, but needs 150 more cops
News DFL sets precinct sites
News Smoke damage? City gets 85K to study ban effects
News New Central Library teen center gets money and moniker
News Rybak, McLaughlin square off in precaucus debate
News Holly's picks
News Anna's picks
News Common condo lingo
News Downtown music
News Relics of Downtown
News Is it still a good time to buy and where?
News Downtown Art
News The surprisingly strong pull of urban living
News City, Downtown housing stock shows big quality jump

Feb 21, 2005

News Doing my Job
News Business News
News Dr. Lobotomy
News On a wing and a beer, they race through Downtown
News Legislators add Planetarium funding
News Hunting the rubber glove robber
News Crime fines mean less restorative justice
News Downtown parks commissioner Mason will leave Park Board
News Mill Ruins Park gets more amenities
News Holly Picks
News Anna's Picks
News Downtown music
News Early Spring in retail-land makes for good winter deals
News Downtown Art

Feb 14, 2005

News Lunchtime Tourist
News What's Broken
News BOMA: the property owners' agenda
News Staying put Downtown - for three generations
News The biggest downtown owner you never heard of
News Some Downtown library materials become less available
News REITS: How little guys get their piece of Downtown
News Elliot Park seeks advice on spending money
News Condo craze hits crazed party street
News Property taxes less of a worry for Downtown commercial landowners
News Business News
News Council votes to pursue half-cent city sales-tax hike
News Q&A with Andrea Christensen
News Steele Park improvements meeting is Tuesday
News Anna's Picks
News Holly's Picks
News Downtown Art
News Kick back and enjoy the vino
News The no-loungers lounge
News Downtown Music

Feb 07, 2005

News Lunchtime Tourist
News Doing my job
News Puccini, on a diet