On some long-vacant land behind their Central Corridor high school, a group of students and their supporters envision a multi-use greenspace.
Do you have any idea what the Facebook fan page and the Twitter feed really imply for your business? Social-media consultant Jennifer compares it to parenthood.
The debut of a market in Minneapolis’ Linden Hills underlines the exciting upsides, and a few downsides, of the farmers market boom.
In the final Talk-It Hennepin forum on the redevelopment of Hennepin Avenue, experts touched on some touchy subjects, like the purpose of public space.
They show up in unlikely places around town — scores of yoga practitioners practicing their poses and tossing charitable contributions into a kitty.
‘I think we do our honest best; we love what we do, we mean what we say, and you can perceive that when you attend a live show or listen to a record.’
“Design Thinking” isn’t just about planning an object and making an image of it. It’s a process that emphasizes engagement with real human issues.
The masterminds behind an ambitious little nonprofit called HUGE are taking the Twin Cities improv comedy scene to a new level.
Kate Nordstrum is teaming up with the SPCO to present a new series that explores the space between indie-experimental and concert-hall classical.
The education reformer told youth and educators in the service-learning movement, “You never know when you’ll be needed.”
T-shirts bearing the brand Forgotten are articles of faith as well as articles of clothing.
Hundreds of nerds recently gathered at the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus to help “good nonprofits with not-so-good websites.”
This microneighborhood has found more ways to connect, celebrate, and hang out together than any urbanologist would dare predict.
When the economic downturn derailed plans for a U of M North Minneapolis campus, university and civic visionaries created a unique alternative.
With a brand-new grant, BeNeighbors.org is adding Saint Paul neighborhoods to its ambitious goal of getting everybody talking.
This is the second season for Grow! Twin Cities, an urban agriculture project bringing together people sharing wisdom and resources.
Their Merriam Park house is as vibrant and unconventional as they are. But getting it built required convincing the neighborhood that they weren’t “the enemy.”
People here biked and walked 16 percent more in 2011 than in 2010, when Minneapolis was crowned “#1 Bike City” by Bicycling magazine.
With the right preparation, anyone can bike in winter.
Lars Leafblad was dubbed “the most networked man in the Twin Cities” by Minnesota Business magazine last year.