When Chef Susan Dunlop and her partner in business and in life, Joan Schmitt, bought a former pizza place in St. Paul, they had to pick a name. “‘Joan’s In The Park’ sounds better than ‘Susan’s In The Park,'” Susan said.
Tom Fobbe calls himself the “neighborhood poet” and hopes his words will warm the hearts of many Minnesotans.
Target announced they’re planning a number of new locations for their new micro-sized TargetExpress stores, including one set for the Highland Park neighborhood in St. Paul. Target field-tested the smaller format store in Dinkytown, opening up a 20,000-square-foot store last summer.
Yoga class is a place to feel calm, cool. But at CorePower Yoga in Highland Park, the place you voted Best of Minnesota, it’s hot. “CorePower is different because we create an environment in which the yoga is fun,” Regional Manager Amanda Ford said.
Target unveiled its latest store concept in Minneapolis’ Dinkytown neighborhood Wednesday, and it’s the smallest one yet. TargetExpress, at the corner of SE 5th Street and SE 14th Avenue, is one-sixth the size of a traditional Target, about one-ninth the size of a SuperTarget. It’s focused on essentials that people nearby would want.
A report released Tuesday is giving us some new insight on home sales in the Twin Cities. It takes a look at how neighborhoods in Minneapolis and St. Paul seem to be recovering from the foreclosure crisis.
WCCO-TV kicked off another season of The Rally Friday night with a featured game between St. Croix Lutheran and DeLaSalle.
We’re less than two weeks away from the start of the regular season in high school football across the state. That means teams have gone from tryouts to solidifying rosters and getting ready for that all-important season opener. This year, the St. Paul City Conference appears to be Central’s for the taking.
Vince Flynn will be remembered around the world as the man who wrote enthralling political thrillers that millions of people couldn’t put down.
Spring is right around the corner and thoughts of backyard barbecues and all that goes with them are ever-present.
A member of a right-to-die group facing assisted-suicide charges in Minnesota has died after a long battle with prostate cancer.
A St. Paul family is mourning the death of 50-year-old Paul Summers, who went missing on July 8.
Clean-up continued Monday in the Highland Park neighborhood of St. Paul. A quick moving storm with strong winds brought down trees and power lines along several blocks.
The spring high school state tournaments started this week with badminton – a sport that’s got a growing urban base and one local topline player.
Winter is almost here, which means the end to most outdoor workouts and a move back indoors. Luckily, there’s a new type of stationary bicycle that feels more like outdoor biking.
Two young women, both named Susan, were in St. Paul on the same day in May, two years apart. The similarities prompted police to wonder if there was a serial killer targeting victims named Susan.
At St. Paul Highland Park, they found that was missing. Varsity hockey.
Mention the school, Cretin-Derham Hall, and a certain Minnesota Twins catcher seems to pop up almost immediately.
While Mr. Joe Mauer has obviously left a mark on the community and the surrounding neighborhood, there’s more to this St. Paul ‘hood than the fame of its former athletes (fellow Twins DH Paul Molitor also hails from Cretin).
Susan Petersen (left) and Susan Rheineck (right) were both found strangled to death in Highland Park in St. Paul two years apart — Peterson in 1983, Rheineck in 1985. Both cases are still unsolved.