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  1. Minneapolis-St. Paul is 'densifying.' So what does that mean?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | City Pages

    If so, you probably noticed the Twin Cities recent appearance in the latest urban growth rankings via the New York Times' Upshot blog . According to the US census analysis, the Minneapolis metro area ranks No.

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  2. Sympathy for the landlords of Minneapolis, where gentrification is inevitableRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | City Pages

    I have written to the editor about this type of biased, partially-researched hit pieces Cory likes to write to get attention by casting shade. In this case, accusing an elected official of having no interest in her constituents by innuendo.

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  3. Report: Teenager shot by Crystal cops had toy gun, history of mental illnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | City Pages

    The black man shot by police in the Minneapolis suburb of Crystal on Wednesday morning survived, despite the flurry of shots aimed at him. Khaleel Thompson, 18, is in critical condition and needs several surgeries, including one to remove a bullet from his brain, Thompson's mother told the Star Tribune Thursday .

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  4. Whittier residents revolt over massive rent hike and -- surprise! -- may have wonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | City Pages

    Laura Gonzalez's rent has been $950. CPM now wants $1,600 - plus another $500 deposit because Gonzalez has a dog.

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  5. Memorial Day weekend must-haves: Things to read, wear, and buyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 25 | City Pages

    What are your Memorial Day plans? Are you going up North to a cabin? Or hanging around the Twin Cities for a weekend of lazing around, BBQing, and maybe sitting on the beach ? A new summer white outfit. If you're of the traditional sort and only bust out white clothes after Labor Day, go on and treat yourself to a new piece of clothing in the summery shade.

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  6. 30K volunteers wanted for massive food-packing to relieve Somalia in famineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 24 | City Pages

    "There's no food, no water, no grass, no nothing. So people are basically deciding which kid should live and which kid should die."

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  7. Miss the Macy's Skyroom salad bar? Try the Hell's Kitchen Power Salad BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 23 | City Pages

    Since the closing of the downtown Macy's, and thus their Skyroom salad bar there's been a crater-sized absence in the downtown Minneapolis lunch scene. Though they don't claim to check all the boxes that the Skyroom did, Hell's Kitchen has courageously stepped in to fill part of that crater.

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  8. Tonight's Queer Voices showcases queer Muslim artists thriving in the Twin CitiesRead the original story

    Tuesday May 23 | City Pages

    Nur Jibran grew up in Afghanistan under two military invasions, first from the Russians and then the United States. So much of his early experience was around survival in times of violence and trauma.

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  9. Heggies Pizza introducing new flavors by star chef Doug FlickerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 22 | City Pages

    Heggies, the beloved bar pie of Minnesota, the late-night sponge for all your overindulgences, the drippy, cheesy messiah of grease, is getting a fine-dining touch. The Milaca, Minnesota-based brand has partnered up with local star chef Doug Flicker to craft some new flavors for its lineup.

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  10. Alleged drunk motorist makes wrong turn, drives into Lake CalhounRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 22 | City Pages

    Late Sunday night, a passerby observed someone slumped over in the driver's seat of an SUV in a parking lot along the eastern edge of Lake Calhoun. Authorities were contacted.

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  11. New skate park envisioned for downtown MinneapolisRead the original story

    Monday May 22 | City Pages

    No one lives where the highway meets Target Field's parking garages, under the skyway at North 2nd Avenue and North 4th Street. Few businesses bring foot traffic.

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  12. Up-Down screens an old Nintendo movie (be thankful it's not 'Super...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 22 | City Pages

    This week in free things to do we have a trash-fueled art show, a campy '80s movie, and a free fest outside U.S. Bank Stadium. Come take a look.

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  13. Minnesota's iconic Gluek Beer is coming back as a lifestyle brandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 19 | City Pages

    Maybe you grew up seeing its timeless script adjacent to the scoreboard at the Metrodome. Maybe you remember seeing a pinstriped cone-topped bottle in your dad's hand at a family cookout.

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  14. Vintage, eco-fashion, and bubbly: Shop these deals during Art-A-Whirl weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | City Pages

    It's Art-a-Whirl time once again. The annual weekend of art, music, beer, and parties in beautiful northeast Minneapolis is upon us.

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  15. Art-A-Whirl weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 18 | City Pages

    What it's about: The grandmother of all art crawls hits northeast Minneapolis this week, with open studios, gallery exhibitions, live music, arts activities for kids, and a lot of people watching. A couple of highlights: Syria 1999 at Flashlight Vinyl This show features photographs of Syria taken in 1990 by photographer John Swanson.

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  16. Celebrate majestic facial hair at Beard-A-Whirl: A-List May 17-23Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | City Pages

    This week's A-List features Art-A-Whirl happenings, indoor and outdoor festivals, hip-hop performances, goth fun, and cosplay. Come take a look.

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  17. The Hard Life on Lake Street: Inside Minneapolis' sex-work hubRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | City Pages

    It was the middle of the night when police called to say the alarm system had gone off at Mi Boleto Travel. Farias drove to 31st Street and Bloomington Avenue - just a block off Lake Street - at 2 a.m. to check on his business.

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  18. This week's 26 best concerts: May 17-23Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | City Pages

    The 1975 Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Wednesday 5.17 Frankly, the 1975 are better, more interesting musicians than listeners might expect mega-popular bands in 2017 to contain, which is even more surprising given their boy-band image. The Manchester four-piece are comparable to '80s pop groups like Duran Duran and the Human League, but they're also stylistically adventurous - prone, for instance, to gooey shoegaze excursions most young My Bloody Valentine worshipers would be hard-pressed to top.

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  19. Blackout showcases talented black performersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | City Pages

    A few years ago, Kory LaQuess Pullam had a moment of inspiration while improvising a scene during a class at HUGE Impov Theater. He was playing a matriarch to a family beset by hard times.

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  20. Celebrate majestic facial hair at Beard-A-Whirl: A-List May17-23Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 16 | City Pages

    This week's A-List features Art-A-Whirl happenings, indoor and outdoor festivals, hip-hop performances, goth fun, and cosplay. Come take a look.

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