Minneapolis bike trail

Minneapolis’ Biggest Walkout

400′ of Premium Riverfront, Very Spacious In the spirit of Minneapolis’ Biggest Fixer-Upper, I offer . . .  Minneapolis’ biggest walkout. That would be the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, facing the Mississippi River on the northwest side of downtown Minneapolis. At least, the north, walkout side of the building faces the river (photo at right);...
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“You might not be from Minneapolis if . .”

(Non-Local) Realtor Gaffes and Flubs You might be a redneck if you think Sherlock Holmes is a housing project down in Biloxi. –Jeff Foxworthy, comedian In the spirit of Jeff Foxworthy’s “you might be a redneck if  . . .” litany of jokes, I thought I’d offer my own Minneapolis-based Realtor version — mostly drawn from my...
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Minneapolis’ “Chunnel” (“Chunnel Lite?” How About “Tyke?”)

Light at the End of the Chunnel OK, so it’s only 775 feet long (vs. 31.4 miles), and runs under Target Field (not the English Channel), but did you know that Minneapolis has a Chunnel, too? Designed for bike riders rather than trains, the Twin Cities’ version connects the Cedar Lake Trail Extension (almost) to...
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Men’s Journal: Mpls. in Top 18 Coolest Towns

“Places Rated” Sweepstakes In acting, there are the Oscars, the Emmies, the Golden Globes, and the Screen Actors Guild awards — not to mention countless film festivals (Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, etc.) each awarding its own equivalent of statuettes and blue ribbons. So, too, there is now a cottage industry of publications that rank the “best” places....
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