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Sunday Summary – August 14, 2016

This week on streets.mn, writers look at recent events (US Bank Stadium’s opening event), upcoming discussions (downzoning in the Wedge), and community engagement by the community; these posts continue conversations on streets.mn and we welcome your posts to keep the discussion going. Around the Twin Cities Sam Newberg went to the Chelsea v. AC Milan […]

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Sunday Summary – March 6, 2016

We’re still thinking about our 2nd Annual Writers’ Workshop and eagerly awaiting good stuff from new writers (two new writers’ posts are summarized below). Janelle Nivens’ post, A Spring-Like Walk to a streets.mn Writers’ Workshop, captures both the journey to the workshop on the University of Minnesota’s West Bank Campus, and one person’s perspective on what […]

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More Livable Streets at Snelling Midway

I want express my excitement surrounding the site plan for the Snelling-Midway Redevelopment. The density, return of the street grid, and mixed-use will be an asset to St. Paul for years to come. However, I need to express some concerns about the right-of-way widths at the proposed development. As shown above, the proposed rights-of-way for internal […]

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Sunday Summary – January 17, 2016

Another cold, cold Sunday in Minnesota this week which is perfect for staying inside a bit longer to catch up on all the content on streets.mn this week before covering all exposed skin and going out for a walk or a ski or a skate (yes, we’re tough here). Walking, bikes and getting outside The […]

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Four Necessities for the MLS Bus Barn Site

Professional sports stadiums in the United States, as controversial as their funding mechanisms have become, have historically been transformative elements to their surrounding environment. They can induce a once fertile stretch of farm field to become clad with hot oil-fused asphalt for personal vehicles to lay, or can spawn dense, mixed-use communities which urbanists obsess about during their repeated […]

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Lowertown’s Parking Problem is Lowertown’s Walking Opportunity

In Saint Paul, parking remains one of life’s great mysteries. The longer I live here, the less I seem to understand the things people say about parking and walking. Logic seems to twist and transform like hallucinated dragons. For example, last month’s spate of articles on the “Saint Paul parking problem” were full of interesting […]

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Sunday Summary – April 26, 2015

This week’s posts cover a lot of territory – some posts continue discussion on subjects which started in other local media, a few more keep expanding on-going conversations on streets.mn and some new stuff. Here’s the week carefully curated for your consideration (and comments or follow-up contribution). Hot topic: Ugly buildings and urban design On Ugly […]

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Sunday Summary – March 22, 2015

Don’t just sit there – participate! You Too Can Write for streets.mn! by checking our updated writer’s page or, to learn quite a lot about topics and our sense of humor before submitting anything, Here’s Your streets.m(ad)n(ess) Bracket and you can play in the streets.m(ad)n(ess) Round 1 – Play-in Games until 8 pm today. But first, read the week’s […]

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Should Minneapolis Build an Urban Soccer Stadium?

Professional soccer is coming to Minneapolis, probably. Sports Illustrated reported last week that Minnesota United is likely the next addition to Major League Soccer. This is exciting news for many. For others, it begs the question: Do we need another stadium? I’ll leave the politics to Alex Schieferdecker. Instead, I wanted to ask the question: […]

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