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Why One Of The Most Popular Arguments Against Sunday Liquor Sales Is Bunk

A study of sales figures in Washington state concluded that being open on Sunday actually increased sales — far in excess of any additional staffing costs.

January 23, 2015

LRT

Dayton Doubles Down On Light Rail With Choice For Met Council Chair

By selecting Adam Duininck to lead the Met Council, Dayton has signaled that he not only supports light rail — he's willing to fight for it.

January 22, 2015

Adam Duininck Named New Chair Of The Metropolitan Council

January 16, 2015

Tom Sengupta

The Legend Of Schneider Drug's Tom Sengupta

Due to health and age, the 75-year-old Sengupta is looking for someone else to carry on the work at his iconic Prospect Park pharmacy, Schneider Drug. No one will be able to carry it on in the same way.

January 14, 2015

Empty Lots

Here's One Way To Reduce The Number Of Undeveloped Lots In Minneapolis

Land-value taxation would mean taxing land separately — and at a higher rate — than the buildings and other improvements that sit on top of that land.

January 12, 2015

Kurt Daudt

What The Parties' First Bills Tell Us About 2015 Legislative Session

There is some common ground between House and Senate leaders on rural Minnesota, but sharp differences on taxes and education

January 09, 2015

Mike Ciresi

Mike Ciresi Breaks Up With Himself

The legendary trial lawyer is leaving the firm he spent 44 years building. Why?

January 07, 2015

Nicollet House

Nicollet House Was Minneapolis' Social Center In The Late 1800s

Now several high-powered real-estate groups are vying to fill the Washington Avenue site with massive towers.

January 05, 2015

Southwest LRT

Did The Massive Federal Spending Bill Just Screw Up Funding For Southwest LRT?

In a word: maybe, thanks to a section in the recently-passed federal spending bill that has raised questions about the feds' share of the bill for the light rail project.

December 17, 2014

Nicollet Mall

From Wayfinding To The Art Walk: A Look At The Latest Designs For The $50M Remake Of Nicollet Mall

The latest design eliminates previously proposed stairways that would have connected a skyway to the mall, but adds other elements aimed at generating more street-level activity.

December 15, 2014

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