Recent News

Jun 04, 2002

News Native tour guide
News $2-million Loring Greenway facelift will begin this summer
News Native tour guide
News Hennepin beautification project advances
News Native tour guide
News Minneapolis DFL endorses four school board candidates
News Residents and the red-light district
News Looking gift statues in the mouth

May 28, 2002

News Biz Buzz
News Frederick Hart at Jean Stephen Galleries:
News 3rd Avenue may become "Avenue of the Landscape Arts"
News Anatomy of a (alleged) plant theft
News Skyscrapers of immigrants
News After Downtown bomb scare, police say "clean up after your parties"
News Stone Arch Lofts mold problem could cost $1 million to fix

May 21, 2002

News MCTC president leaves on eve of Downtown campus merger
News Skyways give Downtown an economic bounce
News Bizz Buzz
News City commission shrinks Reserve development
News Rapid Park owner still hopes for Downtown ballpark
News 3rd Avenue may become avenue of the landscape arts
News "Bone" voyage
News Loring stabbing highlights gaps in Park Board criminal background checks
News "Bone" voyage
News Council approves Hennepin Avenue beautification
News City pitches in for more bike racks
News The high (parking) price of development
News Council approves Hennepin Avenue beautification
News City commission shrinks Reserve development
News The high (parking) price of development
News City opens more of Downtown to theaters
News Putting the brakes on Downtown skateboarding
News City pitches in for more bike racks
News City Heritage Preservation Commission sponsors walking tours
News Ambassadors stage Saturday blood drive, festival
News Bizz Buzz
News Skyways give Downtown an economic bounce
News Living in-between

May 14, 2002

News Bizz Buzz
News The skyways turn 40
News On second thought: Block E theaters will have state-of-the-art technology for people with disabilities
News The color of money
News Council rep owly over potential Block E Hooters
News <B>Mark your calender</B>
News Lunchtime Tourist: The Bandbox Diner
News Karaoke and cocky
News Cheap thrills

May 07, 2002

News Free skin cancer screenings
News Israeli war protester to speak
News Combating toxic childhoods
News County bike trail map available
News Full employment
News Downtown polluted site public hearing
News A new eatery for the Snoodles site
News Grocery near Downtown will close
News Countdown to the Mary Richards statue hype
News Standing too tall? Developers say neighbors were told about condo building height
News Learn about Downtown living
News Quest for safety
News Jazzing up the workplace
News Downtown trolley tours resume
News Women Who Cook! sing to benefit pregnancy prevention
News Downtown manhole covers
News New coffeeshop opens south of Downtown

Apr 30, 2002

News Green space or green zits?
News The farmers return to Downtown
News Restaurant wars: Too many national chains Downtown?
News At Home With Strangers
News Picked to Click
News City Hall concert celebrates American Indian Month
News Traffic Zone: Open House for Open Eyes
News Pillsbury &quot;A&quot; Mill

Apr 23, 2002

News GMCVA bags Lions, boosts bookings
News Downtown blocks do ward switcheroo
News A Downtown mentoring program helps young women teach young girls to overcome their surroundings
News I once was Ms. Skyway
News New Warehouse District condo project announced
News Kooky theater, with a cast of 13
News Spring has sprung, and so has squirrelliness
News East Downtown Council annual luncheon Thursday
News The Father and Child solution
News &quot;Blast!&quot; collects instruments for local schools at free event
News <B>Picked to Click</B>
News Olive Garden franchise to open in La Cucaracha space
News Brasserie Zinc offers dinner and a movie

Apr 16, 2002

News Ann Bancroft awards honor Downtown mentoring group
News When you dial 911, he picks up the phone
News TV-toters pitch Amex Montreal.
News Bohemian bye-bye?
News DMNA board urges multiple councilmembers Downtown
News Clean it yourself
News Public library backers offer free courses with professors
News The musician who invited me over for tea and singing
News Olympic Restaurant adds Loring Park location
News Downtown growth plans discussed Thursday in those sections of Downtown.
News Passport coffee opens in Northstar Building
News Remembering Nellie
News Top Cuban diplomat speaks on Friday
News Downtown theater company raises eating-disorder awareness
News <B>Urban wildlife spreads to New French space</B>