Lake Harriet has been a city park for more than a century, but these days, as tattooed and spandex-clad parents push their off-road-ready jogger strollers past, it's hard to imagine early Minneapolitans riding horses or bicycling in petticoats around the same paths. No matter how the city's populace changes, Lake Harriet's beauty—its cool breezes, lazily drifting sailboats, and shimmering reflections—will remain an... More >>>