This week in DeRusha Eats, Jason headed across the Mississippi River to the Lowertown area of St. Paul to a café that has baked its way into the heart of the neighborhood. While Buttered Tin is known for its sweet treats, it also has an award-winning sandwich.
On a cold day in December, folks in St. Paul have a reason to think about the boys of summer. And their new field. They unveiled the latest plans for the Saints new ballpark in Lowertown.
A realty website says a St. Paul neighborhood is America’s top hipster zip code. And that’s a good thing. Lowertown topped RealtyTrac’s list. The site says hipsters mean trendy restaurants, bars and other amenities, and probably rising property values and rental rates.
The city of St. Paul is seeking artists to deck out the stadium and fulfill an ordinance that requires one percent of certain project costs to go for public art. In this case, the grant pool is $170,000 and there’s a Monday deadline for artists to make their pitches.
In what they are calling the “first-ever guitar-centric fest,” McNally Smith College of Music will be hosting the Lowertown Guitar Festival on Aug. 10. The festival’s goal is simple: celebrate one of America’s most beloved instruments – the guitar – and the musicians who play it.
Do you have plans from 8:58 p.m. Saturday to 5:26 a.m. Sunday? Thousands of Minnesotans will be heading to St. Paul’s Lowertown for the Northern Spark Art Festival. What’s up with the 8:58 start time and 5:26 a.m. end time? It’s an all-night festival. That’s the exact sunset and sunrise time according the the Farmer’s Almanac.
It’s opening a week later than usual, but rain, snow or shine, the show will go on for the St. Paul Farmer’s Market in Lowertown.
Friday marked the start of the fourth year in which Target Field brought Twins fans to the Warehouse District in downtown Minneapolis.
In his State of the City address, Mayor Chris Coleman said he wanted to figure out a way to bring more young adults east of the Mississippi. He says young professionals are the city’s future.
The City of St. Paul announced Tuesday it has finalized a contract with Ryan Companies to build the stadium that will be the new home of the St. Paul Saints.
The City of St. Paul announced Thursday it has selected Ryan Companies, Inc., to design and build the new ballpark for the St. Paul Saints that will be located in the city’s Lowertowan area.
Step into the grand old neoclassical building in St. Paul’s Lowertown and you’re immediately taken back to a time when coal-puffing locomotives carried passengers from the Twin Cities to points far and wide.
A makeover for St. Paul’s Lowertown is in the plans for the city next year.
Outdoor dining in St. Paul could be expanding and buying a home there may become more affordable, if Mayor Chris Coleman’s proposals get the green light.
The St. Paul City Council is moving forward with plans for a new ballpark for the St. Paul Saints.