Twin Cities business leaders and employees gathered at an event at the Carlson School of Management Tuesday to discuss gender identity and expression in the workplace.
Dubbed the O’Shaughnessy Distillery, the proposed two-level development will produce whiskey and a variety of other spirits for distribution. Plans for the 20,000 square foot building also feature indoor and outdoor tasting venues, complete with a cocktail lounge and bar. Project developer Wall Companies aims to open the business, located at 600 Malcolm Ave. SE., by next spring.
Sencha Tea Bar, located on 825 Washington Ave. SE., will close by the end of May. Owner Brian Friese decided not to renew the location’s annual lease after he learned about the potential for redevelopment in the area from property owners.
Members of different student government bodies and the task force charged with reviewing the names of four University of Minnesota buildings gathered Wednesday evening.
A federal program that incentivizes developers to invest in poorer communities has spurred concerns about gentrification in Cedar-Riverside.
A recent update to a Marcy-Holmes project that seeks to develop Dinkytown reveals residents desire a stronger connection to the community.
A U.S. district judge is allowing part of conservative speaker Ben Shapiro’s freedom of speech lawsuit against the University of Minnesota to proceed.
A Dinkytown restaurant known for its savory, meaty pies will represent the state in an international food competition for the first time.
Health care providers gathered Thursday as part of an effort to bridge the cultural gap between themselves and patients in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
Community members shared laughter and shed tears over the weekend while paying tribute to a West Bank rhythm and blues icon.