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The Seven Habits of Highly Mediocre People
Why accountability counts.
Coming Soon to a Theater Near You: Education Reform
Parents are being encouraged to push for better outcomes.
John Noseworthy on The Mayo Plan
Low Risk, High Reward for Minnesota
More Than Ore
Not just an engine of Midwestern heavy manufacturing, the Duluth-Superior port is a gateway to global markets.
Armed Monsters in Minnesota
Monitoring gun sales is a common-sense step that won’t curtail liberty.
New Leadership at the Bush Foundation
Jennifer Ford Reedy on the role of government, the utility of metrics, and the value of optimism.
Will Railroad, Gov’t Dispute Derail Southwest LRT?
The Twin Cities & Western Railroad and public officials are engaged in a stare-down that calls into question the future of the area’s biggest transit project, the Southwest Corridor light-rail line.
MN's Independent Doctors Are in Critical Condition
Why are the practices that offer the most personal care finding it so hard to compete?
MN's Women Executives Are In Good Company
At a time when talented women executives can choose where they want to work, sisterhood is powerful.
9 Tips "Fore" Better Golf
Try a new tack to get your game on track this spring.
Ad Agency Solve Reinvents the Weight Loss Ad
Commercials feature three real-life “before” people talking to their “after.”
Arts Picks: In the Time of the Butterflies
At Mixed Blood Theatre
Arts Picks: Khmer Arts Ensemble
At the State Theatre
Competitive Edge: Arhaus Moves into Gabberts’ Home Turf
In the Galleria, a furniture row.
Cutting-Edge Communications In Business Telecom
What’s new in business telecom? A better question would be, what isn’t?
Dining Review: Union
A stunning next act from the folks who brought you Crave.
Hustler Hollywood Has No Staying Power
Barely a year after inflaming much of Lowry Hill, Hustler Hollywood fizzles.
Jet Edge’s Water Jets Cut Melons, Metal, and More
Jet Edge builds machines that shoot thin, computer-guided water jets that move about 6,000 miles an hour.
Preparing for Retirement, Decade by Decade
Making age-appropriate arrangements.
Schell’s Beer: Craft, or Crafty?
Schell’s, Minnesota’s oldest beer maker, fights for the right to be called “craft” beer.
The Best Opportunities for Networking in April
The best opportunities for networking this month.
The Long Hours Of The Law
Annual billable hours at local law firms.
Tips For The Best Backyard Entertaining
Why settle for dinner at a five-star restaurant when you can impress your clients and other VIP guests with an evening under the stars in your own backyard?
Top Tickets: Alice in Wonderland
At Children’s Theatre Company
Top Tickets: MSP International Film Festival
At St. Anthony Main Theatres
TV Show Hometime Reaches 700 Episodes
700 episodes and still renovating for television.
Union Depot's Open, But Trains Remain A Long Way Off
According to the building’s owner, the complexity of connecting the depot’s tracks to the freight railroads that surround the complex accounts for the delay.
It’s getting easier to bring your own device to business conferencing.
General Blood Aims to Standardize Pricing in the Blood Business
The company also looks to even out distribution.
Is There Proof Food Trucks Are Hurting Skyway Restaurants?
We asked to see the numbers.
At Galleria, a Changing of the Gilt
There are new owners, leadership, and an enhanced luxury emphasis at Galleria.
Giving 2013: An Annual Focus on Corporate and Individual Philanthropy
Organizations combine efforts in new ways to tackle major problems.
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