One Minneapolis state senator suggested that the county board might be able to “adjust” the sales tax used to fund the baseball park to help pay for a football stadium.
The Twin Cities is smarter than Denver. PLUS: Gingrich has a crush on Pawlenty, cougars are afoot in Eagan, and the NY Times is fascinated with paint on the Metrodome field.
Bob Miller, head of the Neighborhood Revitalization Program, plans to challenge Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak for the DFL nomination, says Chris Steller of the Minnesota Independent.
When a Minneapolis high school makes it onto one of those top-school lists put out by a glossy national magazine, it’s got to be Southwest, right?
William Hessian, a Minneapolis artist, is challenging his favorite city to find his artwork. On Friday, Oct. 17, the challenge for Minnesotans will be to find one of 35 miniature artworks, hidden in plain sight, in the public parks in Minneapolis.
Election time is nearing, and we may miss important issues buried within the cacophony of the presidential election. Issues that affect you and me, locally, in Minneapolis — where we live.
Facing a $13 million budget hole, Minneapolis school leaders are exploring a new moneymaker: charging families for all-day kindergarten programs, using a sliding fee scale.FROM TWIN CITIES DAILY PLANET
“Shopping for more shopping” as a means to revitalize downtown Minneapolis won’t work. Exhibit A: Block E. Exhibit B: all the disappearing downtown retail cited last week in Steve Berg’s MinnPost story.
There is a way, though.
By Ron Way | Monday, Nov.