That big natural carpet is actually a green roof that sits over the underground parking garage.
Archives for July 2011
Falcon Heights becomes the latest suburb to establish a domestic partner registry for unmarried partners.
On July 20, Xcel Energy supplied 9.537 megawatts of power during peak demand, a record.
Customers boarded Metro Transit buses and trains 39.6 million times in the first six months of 2011, the group reported on Wednesday. That’s a 3.2 percent increase over the same period last year.
Local Somalis and allies raise $53,000 to help famine victims in the Horn of Africa.
The free event on Saturday will recognize the thousands of volunteers who’ve helped clean up north Minneapolis after the tornado.
What should Muslim Americans do if they suspect someone of harboring extreme views, but have no evidence to prove they are dangerous?
Joanna Kakissis actually grew up in North and South Dakota. But she started her journalism career in Minneapolis at the U’s Minnesota Daily — that scourge of the East Bank’s Murphy Hall when the paper was still in the basement. She got her B.A. at the U.
Gay and lesbian service members remember a fallen comrade.
The Sierra Club’s Northstar chapter has signed on with a group that includes St. Paul DFL State Rep. Alice Hausman, an influential voice, who last week said a smaller bridge is smarter.