The Covid-19 pandemic has decimated the hospitality industry. For many companies, it’s become increasingly difficult to operate restaurants, hotels, golf courses, and event centers due to state-mandated restrictions on capacity.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made for some very slow school days. For some kids, the free time is dedicated to Fortnite and freak-outs with stressed parents. Others, like Ruby Green,
Every day starts the same: wake up, shower, get dressed. Then I commute to my local coffee shop, which happens to be a machine in my parents’ kitchen. This is
When the Covid-19 pandemic first hit in March, health providers and elected officials almost immediately scrambled to stock up on personal protective equipment (PPE). Faced with a nationwide shortage, a
Lowertown St Paul was abnormally quiet in June and July. The absence of the St. Paul Saints was palpable, with the team playing the first month of a shortened season
The coronavirus pandemic has hit the hospitality industry particularly hard, but apparently it hasn’t deterred plans for a new hotel on the Vikings’ upcoming multi-use development in Eagan. The 14-story
When social distancing restrictions were enacted back in March, many consumers began using credit and debit cards as their primary method of payment to avoid contracting the virus. With banks,
The 3M Open golf tournament kicks off today at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, but it’s going to feel very different this year without the 160,000 spectators and hordes of