Minnesota Plans Comeback From Tourism Losses Caused By COVIDTourism is one of the industries most affected by the pandemic, as less people traveled and explored big cities. The Twin Cities were not immune to this loss.
Minnesota Groups Unite To Oppose Recreational Marijuana LegalizationSeveral businesses, trade groups and social organizations announced the formation of a coalition on Monday opposing legalization of recreational marijuana in Minnesota as the measure's supporters signal another push for the issue ahead of the start of the legislative session next week.
Uptown’s Williams Pub & Peanut Bars Closes Indefinitely After ShootingA sign on William's Pub and Peanut Bar on Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis' Uptown neighborhood said it will temporarily close for an indefinite period of time as they "take a much needed break."
'We Can’t Live In A Cave The Rest Of Our Lives’: Restaurants, Attorney Speak Out About Lawsuit Against City Of MinneapolisThe plaintiffs listed on the suit include Smack Shack, Sneaky Pete's, Jimmy John's, Bunkers Music Bar & Grill, The Gay 90's, Wild Greg's Saloon, and Urban Forage.
'We Had No Idea': Why Most St. Paul Diners Won’t Need To Prove COVID Vaccination StatusChange is on the menu for many Twin Cities restaurants, with requirements starting Wednesday for customers to either have a vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test. However, a little-known rule is adding to confusion for spots in St. Paul.
Vaccine Or Testing Mandate At Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants Takes Effect WednesdayStarting Wednesday, you'll need to show a proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to get into a restaurant or bar in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Minnesota AG Ellison Sues Illinois-Based Companies Over Failing To Deliver COVID Test ResultsThe state of Minnesota is suing two Illinois-based companies for allegedly collecting COVID-19 test samples from Minnesotans but failing to either deliver the results on time or providing false ones.
'It's Just A Different Place': The Uncertain Future Of Downtown Minneapolis"Used to seeing people walking around before the pandemic, Now with the pandemic, it’s just a different place," Jason Mill said.
2022 Minnesota State Fair: Higher Ticket Prices, Shorter HoursFairgoers will pay more to spend less time at the Minnesota State Fair this year.
'It’s Disappointing': Town Hall Brewery Temporarily Closes Amid COVID Surge, MandatesTown Hall Brewery in Minneapolis will be temporarily shutting its doors to staff and customers for at least the next two weeks, beginning Sunday.
'Do Good': Minnesota-Based Didomi Combats Water Crisis With Water BottlesA couple of young men who were born in Africa and raised in St. Paul are changing the world.
How Minnesota Manufacturers Have Weathered Supply Chain DisruptionsGlobal supply chain issues may have finally hit its peak. Disruptions and inflation hit several sectors hard, and it’s still having an impact.
Suburban Restaurants Brace For Changes, New Customers Due To Twin Cities COVID Rules“People tend to resist restrictions, rules if they don't feel they're necessary. So we may see some migration out here,” said Lindey's Grant Lindemer.
'Just Didn't Work Out This Time': Mucci's Minneapolis Location Is Closing For GoodThe Mucci's location in Minneapolis, beloved for its fried chicken "Camilla" pizza, is closing for good later this month.
Reopened Redmon's Popcorn Gets Another Surprise From ColbertWednesday night, Colbert unveiled a billboard in Times Square for Redmon's.