Midtown Global Market
Hundreds of people are gathered at the Midtown Global Market on Lake Street in Minneapolis to celebrate Kwanzaa.
This is the season of baking. But if you want to leave it to the professionals, we’ve got one of the best in the nation, right here.
If you’re a foodie, or just someone who loves to eat, there’s a spot in Minneapolis you’ll want to check out.
It’s Thursday, and that means it’s time to start planning some fun. This weekend’s events are all about food, so grab your fork, knife and appetite.
There’s a celebration for the dead going on at Midtown Global Market.
The second annual Midtown Global Music Festival is takes place Saturday. The event features music from all around the world. Spokesperson Akhmiri Sekhr-Ra says there will be a variety of music.
It costs just $2.50 to grab some grub at one of the Twin Cities’ top 10 restaurants. At Midtown Global Market, the Latin/South American flavors of Sonora Grill have people lining up to taste the creations of Conrado Paredes and Alejandro Castillon.
A Latin dance class at Midtown Global Market is doing more than helping people get in shape. It’s reshaping the way people look at part of our community.
Having a birthday at the beginning of September means it easily flies under the radar. With the start of school and new schedules to be settled into, I never expect much in terms of birthday parties or celebrations.
Not everyone has someone to spend Valentine’s Day with. And among singles, some of us feel sort of liberated by that.