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Review: Escape Lounge at Minneapolis – St. Paul International Airport (MSP)

The Escape Lounge at MSP has been receiving some attention recently as it is one of the three Escape Lounges to join the list of airport lounges you could access with an American Express Platinum Card. The Escape Lounge at MSP is also...Show More Summary

That’s The Last Time You Wing It

(Restaurant | Minneapolis, MN, USA) Restaurant | Minneapolis, MN, USA Categories: Right Tags: Restaurant Restaurant | Minneapolis, MN, USA(I’m in line at a Chinese fast-food restaurant and there will be a two minute wait until a fresh...Show More Summary

Ticket checker on the Minneapolis metro thinks he's an immigration cop

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2s-R4v8wiY A transit officer in Minneapolis, whose main job is to ask "Tickets, please!", was filmed May 14 wanting "Papers, please!". The video posted on Facebook on May 20 has over 1 million views.Show More Summary

Five Reasons to Attend FTU in Minneapolis

If you’ve never been to a Frequent Traveler University, consider attending the upcoming FTU in Minneapolis. I have been speaking at FTU events for several years now and would not do so if I did not believe in this fundamental premise:...Show More Summary

Twin/Tone Records Returns with a New Release from Suicide Commandos

As co-founder of the Twin/Tone label, Peter Jesperson helped put Minneapolis on the music map. Now he’s back with one of his seminal acts. The post Twin/Tone Records Returns with a New Release from Suicide Commandos appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Minn. Cops Have Field Day With Accidentally Donated Weed

A suburban Minneapolis police department has good news for the person who donated dozens of plastic baggies of marijuana along with their kid's old clothes: It's safe and sound and ready to be picked up at the station, reports the AP. The Maplewood Police Department posted a photo on Facebook...

Transit Cop Investigated After Quizzing Passenger On Immigration Status

This rail cop may have stepped over the line. Viral video of a Minneapolis transit officer asking a train passenger whether he “was here illegally” has prompted an internal affairs investigation. “It is not the practice of the MetroShow More Summary

Transit Cop Investigated After Quizzing Passenger On Immigration Status

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

This rail cop may have stepped over the line. Viral video of a Minneapolis transit officer asking a train passenger whether he “was here illegally” has prompted an internal affairs investigation. “It is not the practice of the MetroShow More Summary

Another look inside that parked car

(Scott Johnson) Week before last the Minneapolis police recently arrested brothers Abdullah and Majid Alrifahe sitting in a parked car in Minneapolis. Last week the Star Tribune reported briefly on it here. After checking with law enforcement...Show More Summary

Where to Eat Near the University of Minnesota Minneapolis Campus

In addition to being a beautiful, walkable campus, the University of Minnesota is surrounded by all kinds of places to grab a quick bite. Whether you are looking for interesting, new takes on Mexican street fare, authentic burn your mouth off Szechuan or the biggest brewery with the best food around, we've got you covered. Show More Summary

Taiwanese Hot Pot Chain Opens Near the U of M

Cook your own soup in Dinkytown. The San Jose based chain Tasty Pot, specializing in individual hot bubbling bowls with customizable soups, has opened its first Minneapolis location at 423 14th Avenue Southeast near the University of Minnesota campus. Show More Summary

As Minneapolis' Guthrie Theatre Diversifies, Smaller African-American Theatres Worry

"The Guthrie has become more inclusive than it’s ever been, with game-changing shows like “The Bluest Eye.” That goes into territory once claimed by, say, Penumbra, which still has the deepest expertise in doing African-American fare in the Twin Cities. Inclusiveness means that actors and artists can make a greater living even as it leaves […]

Used clothing store gets surprise donation of marijuana

A suburban Minneapolis police department has good news for the person who donated dozens of plastic baggies of marijuana along with their kid's old clothes: It's safe and sound and … Click to Continue »

You NEED to be in Minneapolis the weekend of June 9…

If you’re reading this blog, I can 100% guarantee that you read other travel related blogs. If you read other travel related blogs, its because that you want to learn more about travel, discounts, points, miles, tips, and tricks. It’s...Show More Summary

Video shows transit officer asking about immigration status

Minneapolis Metro Transit police are investigating an incident shown on video in which a transit officer asks a light-rail passenger about his immigration status. The agency announced it was investigating … Click to Continue »

United Sent Puppy on a 24 Hour Journey After Flying the Wrong Dog to Minneapolis

United Airlines hasn't just come under criticism for how it treats its human passengers, it's received recent attention for how it (mis)treats animals as well. The biggest story was that the airline reportedly locked the World’s Biggest...Show More Summary

LogicStream Raises $6M to Expand Clinical Process Measurement Platform

LogicStream, a Minneapolis, MN-based provider of Clinical Process improvement solutions has raised $6 million in Series B funding led by Noro-Moseley Partners with participation from existing investors. The company plans to use the latest round of funding to expand its technology platform, sales, and marketing teams. Show More Summary

The Full-Court Pressure Of The Somali-American Sportswoman

5 days agoSports : Deadspin

Most Twin Cities high school cross country and track teams have Somali students on the roster. Some of these prep runners have gone on to successful college and even professional running careers, like former Minneapolis South runner Hassan Mead, who represented the U.S. at the Rio Olympics. Read more...

Minnesota Public Radio Spotlights Bao Phi

At Minnesota Public Radio, listen to Marianne Combs’s interview with Minnesota writer and spoken word artist Bao Phi. Phi, whose family immigrated from Vietnam in the 1970s and settled in Minneapolis, writes about his experiences as a son and a father with the lingering memory of violence, “part of my life since forever,” he explains. […]

Where to Eat and Drink During Art-A-Whirl 2017

The 22nd Annual Art-A-Whirl presented by NEMAA (Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association) begins tomorrow and there's so much to see and do and eat. The event itself is an open studio tour that invites guests to check out art, connect with artists but has also become a destination for eating, drinking, and checking out live music. Show More Summary

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