It’s been an article of faith that the Green Line will become a magnet for local entrepreneurs. Here are three ventures that were lured to the line by light rail’s promise.
The nonprofit installs low-cost or free gardens, and supports the efforts with classes that cover growing topics, cooking, food preservation and community engagement.
The university’s Minneapolis campus is home to a program that has incubated and helped fund some of the Twin Cities’ most prominent tech startups.
High tech in Minneapolis is still more or less drowning in testosterone, but some strong local initiatives are pointing the way toward more opportunities.
WomenVenture helps women’s startups get off the ground with a potent mix of feminist spirit, microlending and business incubation.
The education innovators behind this charter school are hoping to create a 21st-century fusion of classroom and digital space.
The historic Minneapolis building, once given over entirely to commodities like wheat and rye, is turning into one of the major hubs for high-tech in the Twin Cities.
The debut of a market in Minneapolis’ Linden Hills underlines the exciting upsides, and a few downsides, of the farmers market boom.
Quality is the element driving the change toward superior coffee and the promotion of barista skill.