Recent News

May 26, 2003

News 'Brick Man' stays tall over Downtown
News Biz Buzz
News A developer with unconventional plans
News Where It's At- LRT
News Final bus cuts, fare hikes announced
News Law may stop police from some immigration checks
News The Lunchtime Tourist
News Equal access to luggage bins is not the same as equal pay
News Could we at least see a soused beer model?
News When Downtown becomes home

May 19, 2003

News Loring's Berger Fountain will remain off
News Hennepin's new streetscape: common components, uncommon result
News Crime-prevention teams cut Downtown
News Teens realize model dream Downtown
News Biz Buzz
News Will public cameras make Downtown a 'SafeZone'?
News Where It's At: LRT
News Elegant night out to benefit homeless
News Guthrie glitch holds up city approvals
News Columnist to Downtown gals: quit wining!
News Learning from the bad and the ugly
News The Lunchtime Tourist

May 12, 2003

News Downtown's Franklin Bank seeks artists
News Through Scientology's doors
News New condos coming to Loring Park
News Biz Buzz
News Smells like Warehouse District spirit
News Depot rink closes until November
News National Night Off?
News Various Almanac Stories
News 'Thank you' never goes out of style
News A good night story
News Glory Days on Washington Avenue

May 05, 2003

News Postal food drive is Saturday
News A judge's story
News Later last call: Downtown watering holes may stay open until 2 a.m.
News Where It's At
News LRT floods business again
News Biz Buzz
News County combines bike, road maps
News The police should not spy on Downtown streets
News The Lunchtime Tourist

Apr 28, 2003

News City waives rules for Guthrie riverfront project
News Preservation week filled with Downtown tours
News Biz Buzz
News Events amid the stalls at the Armory?
News Cheap cheap, not cheep cheep
News The Lunchtime Tourist

Apr 21, 2003

News Olson makes police cuts, Downtown hit less
News Loring Park-Uptown bike bridge coming
News Bus Stop
News Biz Buzz
News Is police moonlighting a good deal for all?

Apr 14, 2003

News Downtown double talk
News Fairy tales can come true

Apr 07, 2003

News Biz Buzz
News A cause bigger than your commute
News Hamline sets Downtown location
News Minneapolis: not a ward of the state

Mar 31, 2003

News Worker incorrectly excited about Downtown promotion
News Pawlenty vetoes Minneapolis
News biz buzzzzzz
News Off Target: Senior Center struggles after donation pulled
News Public Works cuts hit Downtown
News biz buzz
News Desperate for state funding, Guthrie changes riverfront theater design again
News Golden Arches to replace stone arches
News Block E developer announces Block F
News Downtown amenities take hits in park cuts
News Downtown artists strategize to limit state budget cuts

Mar 24, 2003

News Police shoot assailant in North Loop
News City may cut 200 police jobs, but some SAFE teams saved
News Downtown sex criminal gets 40 years
News Loring Park principal honored

Mar 17, 2003

News Downtown Oscar party Sunday
News New Americans confront new budget cuts
News Is a trash burner as green as a wind turbine?
News Biz Buzz
News The quote cop
News Downtown school gets to keep teachers longer
News Library to reopen time capsule

Mar 03, 2003

News New cashier-free Metrodome ramp opens
News The East Bank entrepreneur tries to crush the ab-cruncher
News New cashier-free Metrodome ramp opens
News The East Bank entrepreneur tries to crush the ab-cruncher
News New cashier-free Metrodome ramp opens
News The East Bank entrepreneur tries to crush the ab-cruncher
News Gay Nineties upstairs closed for fire code violations
News Concrete bond
News Psychedelic Convention Center mural stirs controversy
News Downtown ad men raise hell to help homeless
News Eggs and toast at 3 a.m.
News Happening Downtown
News Vacation, American-style

Feb 24, 2003

News Downtown sex criminal hits other parts of the city
News The love between a scene and a man
News East Bank strip mall, office building could be redeveloped
News Pawlenty may delay Guthrie money until at least 2005
News biz buzz
News Legislators to hold Feb. 26 town meeting