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14 September 2017

Everything You Need to Do on Your Next Trip to Minneapolis

By | 2017-09-14T17:13:59+00:00 14 September 2017|Categories: Meeting News, Travel|

Minneapolis has quietly emerged as the Midwest’s culture capital, blending top-notch museums, eye-catching public art, and a unique string of performing arts spaces. You won’t be at a loss for what to do in Minneapolis as you navigate the city’s most […]

12 July 2017

A Million and One Good Things About Downtown Minneapolis

By | 2017-07-12T22:22:14+00:00 12 July 2017|Categories: Meeting News|

by Clara James
www.tripsavvy.com

The city of Minneapolis, established in 1856, originally grew up around sawmills processing the forests’ abundant timber, then by flour mills powered by St. Anthony Falls on the Mississippi River. But by the middle of the 20th century, other industries had overtaken milling, and the west bank of […]

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23 February 2017

Minneapolis: How to See America’s Coldest Major City Without Stepping Foot Outside

By | 2017-02-23T22:23:00+00:00 23 February 2017|Categories: Travel|

by Travel+Leisure

Minneapolis is home to one of the largest continuous skyway systems in the world, which is convenient considering it’s also one of the coldest major cities in the United States in winter months. Skyways are enclosed walkways usually located one or two stories above street level. The original […]

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30 January 2017

Minneapolis: Worth a visit, just for the food

By | 2017-02-01T19:43:18+00:00 30 January 2017|Categories: Travel|Tags: , , , |

by Aaron Lavinsky
Minneapolis Star Tribune

At the Bachelor Farmer, a restaurant in the trendy Warehouse District just south of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, chef Paul Berglund draws on Minnesota’s natural produce, the region’s Nordic heritage and the Italian cuisine he loves to cook. The alchemy works. Last year, Berglund won “Best […]

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8 December 2016

Chow Down at Some of Prince’s Favorite Minneapolis Eats

By | 2016-12-08T15:12:08+00:00 8 December 2016|Categories: Travel|Tags: |

by Alev Aktar
New York Post

Prince’s beloved Minneapolis was called “the next great food city” by Saveur magazine last year. Turns out his hometown actually lives up to its new culinary reputation. The artist’s fans should start by grabbing breakfast or lunch at Peoples Organic, a chain of natural fare restaurants […]

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Help Advance Research at the SETAC North America Annual Meeting

By | 2016-12-08T13:35:26+00:00 8 December 2016|Categories: Meeting News|

SETAC is seeking experts in a range of environmental toxicology and chemistry fields willing to aid in the advancement of research and to share their knowledge at the SETAC North America 38th Annual Meeting, which will be held from 12–16 November in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Researchers and scientists are encouraged to submit […]

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36 Hours in Minneapolis

By | 2016-12-08T15:22:41+00:00 6 December 2016|Categories: Travel|Tags: |

Urban edginess, cultural authenticity, not to mention spiced meatballs in lingonberry sauce: the perfect formula for a weekend away.

Minneapolis, a city of lakes, has it all — an industrial past that […]

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