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Minneapolis, Minnesota is located in Hennepin County. Zip codes in Minneapolis, MN include 55484, 55432, and 55420. The median home price in Minneapolis is $217,500 which is roughly $179/per square foot. More Minneapolis information.

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1 hr ago | Minnesota Monthly

Recipe: Make Spaetzle Like Russell Klein of Brasserie Zentral

Chef Russell Klein made his name with Meritage, a St. Paul temple to French-inflected cuisine. His Minneapolis venture, Brasserie Zentral, moves the action east into the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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2 hrs ago | Minnesota Monthly

Tiny Diner in Minneapolis

The heart of Powderhorn's Tiny Diner isn't inside its bitsy building, originally a 1950s gas station, but in its surrounding patio garden, rooftop beehives, and urban farm just down the street. This latest restaurant from the Kim Bartmann empire may be the city's most sustainable.

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2 hrs ago | Minnesota Monthly

Corner Table in Minneapolis

Kingfield gem Corner Table has reinvented itself once again, moving just a few blocks down Nicollet Avenue to La Chaya's former home. Printed wallpaper and wall-mounted silver platters add an element of whimsy to the fine-dining experience.

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2 hrs ago | Minnesota Monthly

Style Profile: Caliann Lum

"This is art!" Caliann Lum exclaims as she pulls a favorite evening bag out of her closet: a floral-patterned, crystal-encrusted Cach minaudire with a silver leather lining. It's one of many delights among a collection of colorful Henri Bendels and leather-and-satin Judith Leibers.

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3 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

Best-Selling Author to Speak at Verisae's Annual User Conference

Taking place September 21 - 24, 2014 in Minneapolis, MN, conference attendees will learn how new technology and facility management best practices can drive progressive improvements within their organizations. Aligning with the conference theme - the evolving technology of the Internet of Things - Robert Kriegel will discuss how to effectively be a change agent and how to break down barriers to technical change within an organization.

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8 hrs ago | City Pages

The Walker Art Center Celebrates 75 Years

For its 75th anniversary, the Walker Art Center is taking a look back, starting at its beginnings as the private collection of a millionaire lumber baron and traveling through decades of pushing boundaries. The upcoming "greatest hits" show, "Art at the Center: 75 Years of Walker Collections," opens with an expansive installation by Richard Haas.

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9 hrs ago | TwinCities

'Kumiko,' a movie about a myth about a myth called 'Fargo'

Undated courtesy photo of actress Rinko Kikuchi in a scene from "Kumiko The Treasure Hunter." Photo courtesy of artist 2014.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

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From the Medicine Service Line and Research Service Line , VA Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN ; Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis ; and Department of Medicine, Columbia University Medical Center, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY . Correspondence to Inder S. Anand, MD, DPhil , VA Medical Center, Cardiology 111-C, One Veterans Dr, Minneapolis, MN 55417.

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Russia Taday

'Anti-immigrant policies and Islamophobia push Muslims to join ISIS'

Islamophobia and the rise of right-wing parties push Muslims to the Islamic Caliphate where they could live unmolested and wouldn't be marked for wearing the hijab or treated badly, Mia Bloom from the Center for Terrorism and Security Studies told RT. US law enforcement is investigating a new phenomenon of women living in the US seeking to join the Islamic State, as President Barack Obama vows to cut off militant recruiting at home.

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Business Journal

Kraus-Anderson pulls HQ plan to work out compromise with Minneapolis

The mid-August version of Kraus-Anderson's headquarters design shows a four-story, 100,000-square-foot office building for Kraus-Anderson and two mixed-use buildings that could be developed on the rest of the site later Kraus-Anderson Cos. pulled the plan for its new Minneapolis headquarters from the city's planning commission agenda Monday, but expects to return with a reworked proposal in the next week.

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City Pages

Dognapper Strikes Outside St. Paul SuperAmerica

St. Paul police are asking for help finding Kika, a white poodle-Yorkie mix that was stolen outside a SuperAmerica at 970 W. University Ave. in St. Paul just after 5 p.m. Saturday. Paul Paulos, spokesperson for the St. Paul Police Department, tells us Kiko's owners tied her up to a trashcan outside the gas station before going inside.

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Mia Bloom, a professor at the centre for terrorism and security studies at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, said: "They are targeting these young girls in a very predatory way - the way child sex abusers target young children." Some of the girls, according to a report in The Times, are lured through social media and al-Shamikha, a glossy magazine dubbed the "Jihad Cosmo".

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TwinCities

St. Anthony Park foundation celebrates 15 years

Homeowners from St. Anthony Park's homier residential streets to the north consider the restaurant and taproom a fitting addition to the area, which has sometimes struggled to balance the needs of residents and industry. The St. Anthony Park Community Foundation's 15th anniversary celebration marks a coming of age of sorts for both the organization -- the first and only one of its kind in the metro -- and a number of related planning efforts.

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WWTC-AM Eagan

DOJ extremism fight could take cue from Minnesota

When young men from Minneapolis began traveling to Somalia seven years ago to join a terror group in the midst of a civil war, investigators trying to stop the recruiting went straight to the city's large Somali community to build trust and gain understanding. The nationwide effort to stop a new wave of Westerners being recruited, this time for Islamic State militant groups in Syria and Iraq, could take some cues from Minnesota.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Twin Cities Daily Planet

Jessie Hausman: Eastside Meals on Wheels hosts second annual 'Mission Nutrition'

Join Eastside Meals on Wheels for its second annual Mission Nutrition Dining Edition. If you enjoy a bite at a participating restaurant on Thursday, September 18th, a portion of what you spend helps provide warm nutritious meals for older adults in Northeast & Southeast Minneapolis, and St. Anthony Village.

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TwinCities

St. Paul archbishop, heal the damage, St. Thomas theologians urge

More than half the tenured faculty members of the University of St. Thomas theology department have sent an open letter to Archbishop John Nienstedt insisting the "pastoral state of the archdiocese is not sustainable" without significant changes. "The people of God rightly expect bishops to be good stewards of the Lord's household," said the letter, sent to Nienstedt on Friday and distributed publicly Monday.

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Finance and Commerce

CPM plans more apartments near Lake Calhoun, Uptown

CPM Cos. has proposed a six-story, 45-unit apartment building on the southwest corner of Lagoon Avenue and Irving Avenue in Minneapolis.

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Minnesota Lawyer

Up & Coming: Molly Jean Given

In her first seven years practicing law, Molly Given has gained a reputation for being a "go-to associate" at the Minneapolis law firm of Bowman and Brooke LLP, according to her colleagues. At the national product defense firm handling primarily life sciences cases, "Molly already functions consistently at a partner level and handles all aspects of litigation," Alana Bassin, Bowman and Brooke co-managing partner, said in nominating Given as an Up and Coming Attorney.

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City Pages

Vellee Deli to Open Permanent Location in Downtown Minneapolis

Last week, Joyce Truong and Will Xiong, owners of Vellee Deli, put up a cryptic video letting their ravenous fans know about some big news: Downtown's premier Asian-Mexican fusion truck will soon be getting its own brick-and-mortar location. The new spot is set to open sometime this winter, but its exact location is still under wraps.

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WWTC-AM Eagan

Arson Suspected At Three Homes Including Viking's Executive

Authorities are investigating three cases of suspected arson in Minneapolis, including one that involves a high ranking Minnesota Vikings executive. Fire officials say two of the suspicious fires happened on Humboldt Avenue North and 22nd Avenue South.

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