Streets.mn event: rapid transit ride from Minneapolis to Burnsville!
A playful, self-guided tour of Little Free Libraries organized by the Macalester-Groveland Community Council in St. Paul aims to spark curiosity, adventure and explorative learning. The 14-stop tour — complete with interactive games — ends June 4.
Today is the last day to join in the virtual open house for the Hennepin Ave South reconstruction. You can provide comments until January 28, 2022.
Short and quick: Come join Hennepin For People for a Mass Ride on Saturday September 18th, meeting at 4pm at Smith Triangle Park (by Temple Israel at 24th and Hennepin). There will be a decorating station if you want to make your ride flashier for the ride, the group will make one or two laps […]
It’s been way too long since we had a streets.mn picnic! You’re invited to Minnehaha Park (Wabun Picnic Area E, under the big oaks) on Saturday 9/11 for a picnic. Come to discuss the matters of the day: the election, public space, COVID, climate change, the end of parking minimums, new housing and development around […]
Well it’s been way way too long since we had a streets.mn Happy Hour hangout. Let’s get together at Venn Brewing, conveniently located at the junction of the Blue Line and the A Line, in the heart of the new-housing-rich 48th and Minnehaha area of Minneapolis. You throw a rock these days, you’ll hit a […]
Minneapolis has oft been accused of not having done enough to preserve its historic structures, particularly in reference to the loss of the Gateway District, and especially when contrasted with successful efforts to save ornamentally clad buildings in Saint Paul. The jeers have endured decades of evolution or devolution in the Twin Cities, depending upon […]
Have you ever driven, ridden or walked around in Duluth and noticed how Interstate 35 cuts through the city almost impenetrably? Perhaps you have noticed the sheer scale of the freeway and overpasses and their seeming lack of relation to the context of the human-scaled surroundings? Maybe you wish there were more natural spaces, softer […]
During the pandemic, tourism has to adapt and change to fit the times. That’s why a while back streets.mn used Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater to visit Minneapolis, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and other late 90s skater meccas. If you missed it when it happened, check out the Twitch stream here. Thanks to Phil Schwartz for being […]
Mark your calendars to join the streets.mn crew at our upcoming Virtual Happy Hour on Tuesday, March 2nd (7-8:30 pm) with our Special Guest, State Representative Fue Lee of Minnesota’s House District 59A! We’ll be live on Zoom – read on for logon info. Our focus for the evening will be the Upper Harbor Terminal […]