I won’t even speak of the unspeakable heat wave that has washed over the Twin Cities. Suffocating her citizens, buckling her asphalt, and causing generally bad-tempers on both sides of the Mississippi.
Franky Anderson, from the Tanek-designed store in downtown Minneapolis, brought some deliciousness to the folks at WCCO…
Tanek client and Bergstom owners, Cindi Kranz and Bob Zagaros, have made it even easier to bedazzle our fingers, necks and ears.
I was thumbing through a recent edition of Finance & Commerce (shut up, it’s totally true) and something caught my eye: An article (more of a list, really) about the restaurant-rush of 2011—a quote from Andrea Christenson, vice president with the local office of St. Louis-based Cassidy Turley sums it up perfectly, “I’ve never seen this much restaurant activity. It’s just crazy.”
My Grandpa Welter had to have a pacemaker implanted to regulate his ticker,
Rick shared something private with his readers: A nerdy hobby that involves trolling vintage Minnesota Historical Society archives. Nerdy? Maybe. Voyeuristic? Undoubtedly. But who am I to judge? I am in a serious relationship with 10,000 pounds of letterpress equipment.
Minneapolis loft-living is now dog-friendly : Tanek-designed, Herschel Lofts, is one of the many downtown condos that understand the puppy love.