Everywhere I go downtown people are glued to some kind of device. And very often they are walking and poking a screen at the same time. I don’t recommend it.
Archives for December 2011
The day after Christmas was a busy one for the St. Paul public library’s eBook program. The library set a new record for the most eBook downloads in one day – “nearly 200,” according to a library news release Wednesday.
The youth-produced photography exhibit is aimed at raising awareness and money to support those still affected by the May 22 tornado.
St. Paul author Roger Barr has compiled his holiday short stories in a book to benefit emergency food shelves.
Another sign that the economy is improving – the state’s pension funds had a positive year in 2010.
Zebra mussels are rapidly spreading on Lake Minnetonka, according to researchers.
What do you do when you can’t convince your community to visit a historic 1900-era potato farm? You bring the potato farm to them.That’s the idea behind the city of Brooklyn Park’s “traveling trunk” project.
A look behind the new housing numbers announced today by Central Corridor planners.
The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota says a casket and funeral supply company is making some questionable claims in door-to-door sales pitches to potential elderly customers in the metro area.
A long-delayed plan to bring a Lunds grocery and hundreds of new apartments to downtown St. Paul seems to have found its pulse.