Recent News

Sep 03, 2002

News Ramping up for Downtown golf
News Not just a chip off the old cop
News Crime prevention group seek volunteers
News Primary election roundup: Gray loses in State Auditor primary
News In the workplace, are you a flaming F or a flaming T?
News The lunchtime tourist
News Needless enforcement

Aug 27, 2002

News On 9/11, peacemakers condemn war in "self-reflective" Loring Park event
News Wesley United Methodist celebrates its firsts at 150th birthday party
News Speaking out
News Loeb and behold
News Clubbing

Aug 20, 2002

News Council committee sets ball rolling on super agency
News Tour the sights, sounds and smells of Seven Bridges, an international bazaar
News Biz Buzz
News To let: Apartments in Loring Park open soon
News For Sale: Weed Park Condos?
News Lunchtime Tourist
News Garage sales Downtown
News The office "bio-break": for men, a bull ring; for women, a careful ritual

Aug 13, 2002

News Felix & Felix
News Group wants to rename City Hall LRT stop for slain officer
News Park Board plans headquarters renovation hearing
News Amid multiple Downtown shelters, homeless confront multiple problems
News DFL rejects Roche challenge
News NRP Policy Board candidacy filings begin
News Espresso Royale not rushing off
News Waiting to inhabit
News Shopping for beers?
News Recipes you can whip up in your office
News The Lunchtime Tourist

Aug 06, 2002

News Downtown Senate candidate complains Dibble is two-timing DFL
News They pray to change the world
News Downtown-area whitewater park hearing is Aug. 14
News Downtown golf center will offer driving in the sky

Jul 30, 2002

News Police admit impotence in face of rising skateboarding complaints
News Downtown tower enforces smoking ban outside as well as in
News Downtown anti-war rally Saturday
News The Lunchtime Tourist
News Aquatennial moments
News Clubbing
News Toe cleavage is a no-no in some Downtown workplaces

Jul 23, 2002

News Biz Buzz
News Miffed about misdemeanors

Jul 16, 2002

News Clogged pedestrian arteries
News Pay more, get less
News Gaviidae, City Center team up to help needy kids
News <B>New Downtown library layout firms up</B>
News Pay more, get less
News Hooked on the street
News Central Library closes Friday for relocation
News Biz Buzz
News Miffed about misdemeanors
News Robberies and assaults up slightly

Jul 09, 2002

News City Council quickly reverses Downtown development moratorium
News Pay more, get less
News Council may force Aquatennial to cop to its own policing costs
News Clogged pedestrian arteries
News Meter rules may change for Downtown disabled
News Civic engagement
News The lunchtime tourist

Jul 02, 2002

News Financially, city benefits if Guthrie stays parked
News Downtown LRT track installation begins
News Neighborhood board supports Downtown development moratorium
News No pseudo-stucco for De La Salle
News A tower of economic strength
News Some Downtowners not relieved by Block E public restrooms
News Ex-Massachusetts legislator forces DFL primary in Downtown Senate district
News A necessary cleaning out
News A reopened patio at Sapor, and locally grown veggies return to Downtown dining
News Clubbing
News The lunchtime tourist

Jun 25, 2002

News Bikers may get bus-lane privileges
News Fountain Blues
News Council puts Downtown development on hold
News Planks a lot: Mill Ruins wood road too costly
News Sabo grabs $1 million for Mill City Museum
News A feast of fests

Jun 18, 2002

News Greens endorse candidates for Downtown House, Congress seats
News A hundred-plus years of hardware
News Planetarium survives, will be built closerto the sky
News Block E Hard Rock gets committee nod
News The McKinsey report: what it means for Downtown and the city
News GOP endorses Sumner for District 59 Senate; Rouen for 60A House
News In the wake of Downtown demonstration, city bike ordinance repealed
News The most crucial video game in town
News Orpheum Theater to get terra cotta facelift
News The lunchtime tourist
News I want to raise our taxes
News The lunchtime tourist

Jun 11, 2002

News DMNA elects new board member
News Classier sidewalk cafes?
News Putting down a Gift Horse
News Rain but no roofers? No problem for Pantages.
News Busting bus-lane offenders
News Downtown Voices

Jun 04, 2002

News Residents and the red-light district
News $2-million Loring Greenway facelift will begin this summer
News Minneapolis DFL endorses four school board candidates
News Hennepin beautification project advances