A group in south Minneapolis is trying to bring a grocery to 37th and Chicago.
A beer-making trio aims to launch a brewery in St. Paul, and has even named their business after it.
Partly due to neighborhood-level planting initiatives, the number of rain gardens in Minneapolis jumped 65 percent between 2009 and 2011.
An interactive food truck, a charity flash mob, and even a mobile app for “culturally curious” Minnesotans are among the top picks.
The owner of the popular Lake Calhoun restaurant Tin Fish says he agrees with a compromise on a new lease with the Minneapolis Park Board.
The City Council has approved an ordinance allowing compost heaps nearly twice the size previously permitted.
Basketball muse Jeremy Lin inspires a haiku-writing contest at United Noodles.
“Taking Steps Together,” a program at HCMC helps families trying to fight obesity.
Eating more vegetables, and less meat, is a popular New Year’s resolution, and vegetarian dining options in the Twin Cities are available.
St. Paul author Roger Barr has compiled his holiday short stories in a book to benefit emergency food shelves.