The mayor talks affordable housing, public safety, and learning to code.
ALSO: Artability Art Show & Sale in Lowertown; Club Book: Brian Freeman; Joep Beving at the Cedar; and more.
ALSO: TU Dance 15th Anniversary Fall Concert at the Ordway; Hailu Mergia at the Cedar; and more.
ALSO: MacPhail announces 2018-19 Spotlight Series; Diva Cage Match 2.0 at Uppercut Boxing Gym; and more.
Everything you need to know about dockless bike programs across the Twin Cities metro.
ALSO: Schubert Club to present Joshua Bell; Adam Gopnik at the Parkway; Cantus’ “Alone Together”; and more.
ALSO: “Living in the Age of Airplanes” at the Science Museum; two Minnesota publishers, three National Book Award finalists; and more.
ALSO: Fall pottery sales in Harris and Sunrise; Accordo at Icehouse; The Singers at Macalester; and more.
ALSO: David Murray Trio at Vieux Carré; Minnesota Opera’s “La Rondine” to open this weekend; and more.
ALSO: Pen Pals with Timothy Egan in Hopkins; A Celebration of and by T. Mychael Rambo coming up at the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Cyrus Chestnut Trio at Vieux Carré; The Theater of Public Policy’s Civil Fest 2018; Bob Woodward coming to State Theatre; Dan Buettner lecture; and more.
A $15 hourly minimum wage for St. Paul is almost certain to pass, based on the Council and mayor’s position. But we don’t yet know the specifics or how fast it’s going to happen.
ALSO: The 2018 MN Theater Awards need help; Nancy Harms at Crooners; and more.
ALSO: American Pottery Festival at Northern Clay Center; Salon des Refusés on a Stick at the Northrop King Building; and more.
Carter has proposed a range of new initiatives — from a broad plan to increase affordable housing to legal services for immigrants to salary raises for cops.
While praising what he termed the “greatest city in the world,” Carter also noted that it is “a place of deep inequity.”
With election day approaching, the five leading candidates sought to close the deal with voters by emphasizing their divergent views on development, transit and policing.
On Thursday, an advisory committee took the step recommending a route and a mode of transit for the project. But there are many, many more decisions to come.
RCV isn’t going anywhere. Is that a good thing?
As usual, millennials are (partly) to blame.