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A decade after Megan Tamte opened her first Hot Mama store at 50th & France, the company is converting its brand to Evereve.
July 14, 2014
Through a pilot program, home-improvement retail giant Home Depot has begun selling MakerBot 3D printers and scanners at a dozen of its stores.
Three of the Rainbow stores that were part of the recent deal involving Roundy’s and Supervalu have already been converted to Cub Foods-branded stores.
July 10, 2014
Minneapolis businesses are squaring up and hoping to hit an economic home run this weekend during MLB All-Star Game festivities. The city is expecting about 160,000 visitors to flood the streets...
Quick, where’s your high school yearbook? On a bookshelf, in a box in the basement, or in your mom’s attic? In the future, high school students may answer that question by saying their...
Meet Minneapolis and PR firm Spong convened a group of social media professionals, who will help recommend restaurants and other destinations to All-Star Game tourists.
It’s days before MLB All-Star Game events kick off, and Target Field and the city of Minneapolis are making their final preparations. “This is a multimillion dollar puzzle that a lot of...
July 08, 2014
Under the program, veterans traveling to Minnesota can access free hotel nights through the Hilton HHonors program.
The Graves 601 is now called Loews Minneapolis Hotel and is planning a $7 million renovation; it also filled the former Bradstreet Craftshouse space with a new concept called Cask Cookhouse.
July 07, 2014
Target is preparing to open its smallest store ever later this month. MPR News reports the 20,000 square foot prototype will open on July 27 in Dinkytown, near the University of Minnesota. Called &...
July 05, 2014
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