Photo: Thirteen of ClubsPowderhorn Park: A neighborhood meeting and a peace vigil are planned. People of good will have worked hard to make Powderhorn Park a safe oasis for families and a hub for the arts and recreation, but it seems like there's always someone ready to try and drag the neigh ... More >>
The old Sears complex isn't filling up with new tenants, but there's more than enough rancor to go around
Since when has tumbling off a 120-foot grain silo been a form of modern dance?
Ten years, $200 million, and one heck of a political headache: Minneapolisís grand plan for neighborhood revitalization enters the home stretch.
As the Tongues Wag, and Think Thin
A Minneapolis neighborhood wants to put homes back on skinny urban properties. But will the city cooperate?
Harris has had a harder time getting things done during the last 10 years than he suggests. His biggest claim to fame in the last decade, for instance, is his failure to redevelop Block E in downtown Minneapolis.