Take a look at the electricity portion – 28%!
Archives for April 2011
Abdifatah Abdinur, formerly of Rochester, has returned to his native Somalia to help his country’s weak government.
Christensen’s documentary is a penetrating look at the jockeying around the state’s largest public works gambit ever.
It’s a great day to be a bride, even if you aren’t in London.
Existing tree canopy cover makes up only a slightly higher percentage in St. Paul than in Minneapolis, according to a University of Minnesota study.
Minneapolis has had seven homicides so far this year – fewer than half as many at this time last year. Most have been committed in the Third Precinct, an area south of downtown.
Minneapolis isn’t alone in being somewhat reluctant to expand its urban menagerie. Other cities have fought efforts to allow goats and chickens, but urban animal advocates have fought back, superhero-style.
Minnesota-based businesses and organizations are jumping on the royal wedding publicity bandwagon, trying their best to get a piece of the web traffic uptick, social media blitz and, yes, the eyes of customers who have caught “royal wedding fever.”
More than four months after a fire destroyed the Nook in St. Paul, owners are scrambling to finish the remodel. The beloved burger joint could reopen in a week.
Fannie Mae staff will run interference for folks with their lenders, which can be a big help if banks fail to return calls