May 22, 2013 by James
The Parks and Recreation Department of Minneapolis recently announced that it will be offering its unique classes on bees and beekeeping this summer. The Department has used flyer printing to create a flyer announcing when and where the various classes will be held and what the [Read more]
April 17, 2013 by James
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival for 2013 began last Thursday and will run through most of the rest of April at the St. Anthony Main Theater.
The opening film for the festival was [Read more]
March 18, 2013 by Sarah
A report recently released by Bike Walk Twin Cities (BWTC) has shown in increase in biking by 56% in Minneapolis since 2007, when the Twin Cities received $28m in federal funds so that the use of bikes for transportation could be increased in [Read more]
March 8, 2013 by James
Tonight in Minneapolis, at the Institute of Production and Recording and Kieran’s Irish Pub, the preliminary bouts of the Sixth Annual Women of the World Poetry Slam are going to be held.
Entrants to the event are [Read more]
February 12, 2013 by Sarah
Last week, Minneapolis Mayor R. T. Rybak unveiled his plans for the city over the next seven years at the Downtown Council’s annual meeting. Rybak’s main goal of doubling downtown’s population by 2020 is to be supported by [Read more]
February 9, 2013 by Mark
Although it has been empty for eight years, there are now multiple plans to buy the old Northrop school on the south side of Minneapolis.
The historical building was originally built in 1923 when the [Read more]
January 20, 2013 by Mark
Those business leaders who are trying to foster network connections in Minneapolis and the surrounding areas have a lot to celebrate. Over four hundred business leaders will be meeting next month for the [Read more]
January 17, 2013 by Mark
For those Minneapolis Women wanting to take 2013 by storm, a networking opportunity is coming up that cannot be missed.
On Thursday, February 28, WIN (Women in Networking) will host its [Read more]
December 7, 2012 by Sarah
In an effort to improve communication with residents when snow events are declared, the city of Minneapolis has revealed a new messaging system.
New electronic signs installed on [Read more]
December 2, 2012 by Mark
The U.S. Federal Government, through the National Endowment for the Arts, has awarded grants totaling $877,500 to the State of Minnesota. The funding is to be divided among 28 organizations dedicated to [Read more]