Minneapolis and St. Paul led population growth for the 7-county metro region in 2011 according to Met Council.
Archives for July 2012
Think about it not just as a nice place to take a relaxing stroll but also as a haven, a home for plants that are threatened elsewhere.
Neighbors chose images for the mural like a blue dog, a woman in a yoga pose and a big, pink flamingo.
While speculation continues over whether Mitt Romney will choose former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty as his running mate, another longtime Minnesotan appears likely to clinch a vice-presidential nomination.
Housing and welfare rights organizer Cheri Honkala joined the ticket of Green Party presidential hopeful Jill Stein this week. The Green Party’s national convention begins today in Baltimore, where Stein is expected to win the nomination.
Enjoy a beer, save a lake
The St. Paul community-planning group will transition into a nonprofit developer focusing on industrial buildings.
Travel and time and trains.
If you want to check out a copy of the novel Fifty Shades of Grey from a Hennepin County library this summer, get in line. The erotic best-seller is the county’s most requested book right now.
We strapped on floatation vests the other night and joined National Park Service seasonal ranger Bob Downs for a ride on the river.
The Met Council’s $1.2 million marketing push promotes rare finds along the Green Line.