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  1. 1. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.ComNote to Venues and Event PlannersI’m very happy to publicize your riverfront events and activities, but do need your help to gather theevent information and then keep it as thorough and correct as possible. This is a volunteer effort,so I have limited time to play sleuth to find events or to check back to make sure that details haven’tchanged. As a result, I largely rely on information that folks send me. Please send your listings andany updates or corrections to mplsrivercurrent@gmail.com, so that the information in theRiverCurrent is the best it can be.My “editorial policy” is to include events and activities that happen along the river in Minneapolis(i.e., within the first couple of blocks back from the river’s edge) and informational events thathappen elsewhere that have topics related to the river (e.g., water quality, historic preservation,tourism). I also occasionally will include information about riverfront commercial ventures (e.g.,stores, restaurants) if they have something unique going on or are new to the riverfront. I want toremind readers of the wonderful variety of businesses we have along the riverfront, but can’tinclude listings about every sale or promotion.In order to keep the RiverCurrent from becoming too long, I only list events once. Most eventsare listed about 10 – 17 days in advance of the event date (unless I don’t find out about them untilthe last moment). Those that might fill up or require tickets I list earlier (usually about six weeksahead). If there’s a specific “issue” in which you’d like me to include the listing, please let me know.Ongoing activities are listed once a month.The RiverCurrent is generally distributed on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, so I need anysubmissions by Wednesday mid-day for inclusion that week. Feel free to send informationearlier if it’s available, as I’ll put it in queue for inclusion at the appropriate time. And, since this is avolunteer effort, I may occasionally need to revise the distribution schedule and can’t promise thatlistings sent in just before the deadline will always make it in. The RiverCurrent is important to me,but I do occasionally have a life that intrudes!It’s easiest for me if you just send plain text, as it often takes quite a while to pull information out ofa nicely formatted flyer format (especially if it’s a .pdf). The closer the submission is to the format Iuse in the RiverCurrent, the more grateful I will be! To keep the newsletter size reasonable andavoid spreading viruses, I don’t include photos or attachments, so I’d prefer if you didn’t sendthose. Thanks!Note to ReadersAs noted above, I try to keep the information in the Current as thorough and correct as possible,but can’t guarantee that event details won’t have changed since I got the information. Therefore, itnever hurts to check web sites or other resources to make sure that nothing has changed beforeyou head out…*****Events and Activities*****Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell MovieSaturday, October 22, 4 and 6 pmGuthrie Theater, 818 Second Street South, Dowling Studiohttp://www.startribune.com/entertainment/movies/131899743.html
  2. 2. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.ComFree tickets are available at 612-377-2224 or 1-877-44STAGE.Mill City Museum Programs and Events704 Second Street SouthFor more information about Mill City Museum events call 612-341-7555, or visithttp://www.millcitymuseum.orgGuest Chef: "Trout Caviar" with author Brett LaidlawSaturday, October 29, 12:30 and 2 pmJoin Brett Laidlaw, author of “Trout Caviar: Recipes from a Northern Forager,” for a series ofdemonstrations in the Mill City Museum Baking Lab. From flavorful artisanal cheeses to the year-round farmers markets to the first wild ramps of spring, options for eating well in Minnesota andWisconsin abound. Brett Laidlaw has taken advantage of these local treasures for decades, andhis book shares tips and recipes to help you embrace the gifts our northern climate provides.Following each demonstration, “Trout Caviar” will be available for purchase and Mr. Laidlaw will beavailable to sign copies. Brett Laidlaw writes the blog Trout Caviar and is the author of the novels"Blue Bel Air" and "Three Nights in the Heart of the Earth." He divides his time between St. Pauland a rural Wisconsin cabin. Program is included with museum admission of $10 adults, $8seniors and college students, $5 children ages 6-17; free for MHS members. (Note: fees will go upby $1 starting December 1, 2011.)Washburn A Mill TourSaturday, November 5, 1 pmTake an in-depth look at the historic Washburn A Mill complex and the award-winning Mill CityMuseum building on this guided tour. A museum interpreter will take visitors into the building’smany nooks and crannies, highlighting the lives of the men and women who worked there, how thebuilding functioned during its peak flour milling years and the many changes to the building overtime. Also covered will be how the mill ruin was converted to a museum and office building.Although many parts of the A mill can be explored on a self-guided basis during a regular museumvisit, this is the only opportunity for a guided tour through the entire museum building, and the onlychance to see some of its non-public spaces. The tour includes admission to the museum galleryas well as the Flour Tower show. Fee: $14 adults, $12 seniors and college students, $10 childrenages 6-17 and MHS members. Tour includes museum admission. Reservations recommended;call 612-341-7555 or register online.Mpls Photo CenterMpls Photo Center, 2400 North Second StreetFor information on classes and other events: http://www.mplsphotocenter.com/Michael Crouser Artist TalkWednesday, November 2, 7 – 9 pmMaking photographs, or any other kind of art, is a means of personal expression. It is a way ofexpressing yourself, a way of speaking. So, in the evolution of this communication, we becomemore and more articulate as we explore different ways of working, and discover which methodsand manners feel the most like our own voice. For information: https://www.photographyatthecenter.org/class/michael-crouser-artist-talk-25.html.John Schott: Panoramic ConsciousnessThursday, November 3, 7 – 9 pmCarlton College Cinema and Media Studies professor John Schott discusses the reinvigoration ofpanorama photography in the digital era and briefly reviews panorama history. Centrally, itexplores psychological and imagistic features which impel us toward panorama production. For
  3. 3. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.Cominformation: https://www.photographyatthecenter.org/class/john-schott-psnoramic-consiousness-29.html.Sample of Performances at MacPhail Center for Music501 Second Street SouthFor more information about events (including student performances) and classes:http://www.macphail.org or 612-321-0100.Reflections on Rachmaninoff Concerto #2 from the Perspective of Cuban Jazz PianistNachito HerreraWednesday, November 2, 7:30 pmAntonello HallA workshop with Cuban Jazz pianist and MacPhail instructor Nachito Herrera on his perspective ofRachmaninoffs Concerto #2. Herrera performed Rachmaninoff’s Concerto # 2 with the HavanaSymphony Orchestra at age 12, studied with Cuban masters Rubén González, Jorge GomezLabraña and Frank Fernández and served as lead pianist, arranger, and musical director forCubanismo. He will be joined by Manny Laureano, principal trumpet with the Minnesota Orchestra,and MacPhail faculty member Susan Genaw. Admission $5; free for MacPhail and MinnesotaYouth Symphony students.The Parker Quartet -- Impressions: Debussy, Kirchner and BeethovenThursday, November 3, 7:30 pmGrammy Award-winning Parker Quartet, in partnership with The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra,will perform two chamber music series this season in downtown Saint Paul and downtownMinneapolis. Hailed by The New York Times as “something extraordinary,” the Parker Quartet hasrapidly distinguished itself as one of the preeminent ensembles of its generation. During the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons, the Parker Quartet was the first-ever Quartet-in-Residence at theSPCO, and during the 2009-10 season, the quartet was also the first-ever Artist-in-Residence withMinnesota Public Radio (MPR) and American Public Media (APM). The SPCO is thrilled topartner with the Parker Quartet once again to bring their exceptional artistry to the Twin Citiescommunity. Tickets are only $30 for a 3-concert series. Tickets to individual concerts are $10 andcan be purchased at http://www.thespco.org/concerts-tickets/parker-quartet-in-partnership-with-the-saint-paul-chamber-orchestra or by calling MacPhail’s Ticket Office at 651-291-1144.Free Family Music Series presents New Orleans Jazz featuring the Jack Brass BandSaturday, November 5,10 and 11 amAntonello HallVenture away from the cold metropolis and find yourself in the heart of New Orleans with the JackBrass Band. Visit the art and instrument explore area and make your own instrument. Free.Samples of Classes and Activities at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts1011 Washington Avenue South, 612-215-2520, http://www.mnbookarts.orgHours: Monday 10 am -- 5 pm, Tuesday 10 am -- 9 pm, Wednesday-Saturday 10 am -- 5 pm,Sunday 12 noon – 4 pmClass details, instructor biographies, registration details and online registration are all available athttp://www.mnbookarts.org/classes/classes.html. You may also register for a class by calling 612-215-2520.Polyester Plate Lithography with Erin MaurelliThree Thursdays: November 3, 10, 17; 6 -- 9pmPolyester plate lithography is an inexpensive and non-toxic printmaking technique in which plates
  4. 4. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.Comcan be made directly on a photocopier. In this class, we’ll explore the ins and outs of this excitingprocess, using MCBA’s small etching press to pull an edition of prints from polyester plates. Allskill levels welcome. $135 ($120 members) + $30 supply fee. To register:http://www.mnbookarts.org/workshops/adult.html.MCBA / Jerome Book Arts Mentorship Series IIIExhibit open November 4, 2011 – January 29, 2012Opening reception: Friday, November 4, 6 – 8 pmMCBA Star Tribune Foundation GalleryThe Book Arts Mentorship Series introduces the book arts to emerging artists whose primarymedium is in another artistic discipline, from writing to pottery, photography to filmmaking,composing to choreography. These artists get intensive education on the traditional crafts ofbookmaking -- including letterpress printing, hand papermaking, hand bookbinding, alternativeprintmaking techniques and more -- and incorporate these new explorations into their "native"artistic discipline to create new work. This extremely unique cross-discipline artist mentorshipprogram is funded through the Jerome Foundation and facilitated by Minnesota Center for BookArts. This exhibition is the culmination of a year-long study of new artistic disciplines and one-on-one work with master artist mentors. Series III participants are: poet Meryl DePasquale; sculptorand textile artist Caroline Keefe; photographer Ben Lansky; video artist Amanda Lovelee;choreographer, playwright and director Rachel Perlmeter; and photographer and printmaker KeithTaylor. Free and open to the public.Kroening Interpretive Center Programs (Three Rivers Park District)North Mississippi Regional ParkFor information: 763-694-7693; for map and driving instructions: http://www.minneapolisparks.org/default.asp?PageID=4&parkid=430. For programs that require reservations, call 763-559-6700 or register on-line: www.ThreeRiversParkDistrict.org.Nature’s Chemistry: Poison and PigmentsSaturday, November 5, 1 – 3 pmExplore chemistry in nature. Conduct experiments to discover why plants use poisons andpigments to survive and how animals cope to find their food. Make a bookmark using plantpigments. Reservations required by November 2; reference activity #416901-13. $5. Ages: 6+.Free Family Fundays: Mammals in WinterSunday, November 6, 1 – 3 pm, ongoingDiscover how animals cope in winter. Find out where they sleep and what they eat. Examineanimal pelts. Free; for all ages.Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership Great River Outing: Old Highland to Old Man RiverSaturday, November 5, 1:30 -- 3 pmLeaving from North Commons Recreation Center (1801 James Avenue North). You may also jointhe outing at the pocket park just west of the Plymouth Avenue bridge (map)It’s time to get out and learn how you can impact the revitalization of the Mississippi riverfront inMinneapolis! The 2011 ‘Great River Outings and events series, sponsored by MinneapolisRiverfront Partnership, offers unique walking tours, diverse forums based on Mississippi riverissues and entries into exclusive spaces that neighbor the River. On this outing, walk to theMississippi River from the heart of the Old Highland neighborhood, right after their annual meetingand potluck. Sponsored in partnership with the Old Highland Neighborhood Organization. At eachGreat River Outing event, guides with experience in fields like ecology, history, community planningand preservation will tell the ‘stories behind the story’ and give participants a greater
  5. 5. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.Comunderstanding of how the community can facilitate and support coordinated revitalization of theMississippi riverfront in Minneapolis. Tours and events will be held regardless of inclementweather. Participants are strongly urged to pre- register online; however, when space allows wewill accept last minute additions at the tour starting points. Pre-registration and more information isavailable at http://www.minneapolisriverfrontpartnership.org/Sample of Activities and Classes at The Loft1011 Washington Avenue SouthFor information about The Loft’s wide variety of classes and other activities: http://www.loft.org. Thewinter/spring class catalog is online. Classes for adults and youth are listed. Teaching artist biosare also on the website. Online creative writing classes for winter also are available for adults.Classes cover many genres and involve beginning to experienced writers. Online classes areperfect for students who travel or want the flexibility of the online schedule. Interaction takes placeamong classmates and the teaching artist through online chats—in real time and asynchronously.Students may register for classes on the Loft’s website, www.loft.org, or by calling the educationfolks at 612-379-8999.McKnight Judge Reading: Pam HoustonFriday, November 5, 7 pmPam Houston reads from her work in a reading and reception celebrating the winners of the 2011McKnight Artist Fellowships for Writers, Loft Awards in Creative Prose, which Pam judged.Honored at the reading will be winners John Colburn, Jessica Roeder, Ethan Rutherford andDominic Saucedo. Also honored will be Heather Bouwman, winner of the Loft Award in ChildrensLiterature, selected by Arthur Levine. Pam Houston is the author of the short story collectionsCowboys Are My Weakness, which won the 1993 Western States Book Award, and Waltzing theCat, which won the Willa Award for Contemporary Fiction. Her novel, Sighthound, was publishedby W.W. Norton as was a collection of essays, A Little More About Me. Houston has edited acollection of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for Ecco Press called Women on Hunting. Her newnovel, Contents May Have Shifted, will be published by W.W. Norton in early 2012. She is thedirector of Creative Writing at U.C. Davis and divides her time between California and Colorado,where she lives at 9,000 feet above sea level near the headwaters of the Rio Grande. LiteraryPunchcard eligible.Novel-Writing ConferenceSaturday and Sunday, November 5 and 6The conference features Pam Houston as keynote speaker and covers four tracks of interest tonovel-writers: Getting Started, The Writing Craft, Genre Fiction and Publication. Sessions aretaught by writers and editors in the know. Breakout sessions, panel discussions and plenty of timeto network are built into this conference. The Loft’s website houses the schedule and impressivelist of writers and editors teaching conference sessions.*****Planning Ahead*****A Wine Affair: Fall in California Wine CountryThursday, November 10, 6 – 9 pmSt. Anthony Main Event Centre, 419 SE Main StreetPlease join the folks at the St. Anthony Main Event Centre as they visit some of the most renownedwine regions in California - Napa Valley, Lodi and Sonoma – for this six-course meal and winetasting. Chef Benjamin McCallum has created another menu masterpiece to compliment each of
  6. 6. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.Comthe fascinating wines selected for this months A Wine Affair. The environment is relaxed; you eatat your own pace and move onto the next course when you are ready. There are three chefstations, each serving a first and second course. Coffee and desserts are included with your ticketprice. There are always more wines and martini specials available at the bar. Make a full night of itwith your friends or your sweetheart. Tickets are only $60 each. Order your Tickets onlinewww.awineaffair.net or by calling (612) 874-0880.*****Participation, Input and Stewardship Opportunities*****Mississippi River Trail Community Engagement MeetingTuesday, November 1, 3:30 – 5:30 pmBonestroo/Stantec Inc., 2335 West Highway 36, St. Paul, DirectionsLearn how your community’s businesses and residents can participate in and benefit fromimprovements coming to the Mississippi River Trail (MRT) bicycle route. The Mississippi RiverTrail (MRT) is an exciting bicycle route that follows America’s premier river, from its headwaters inItasca State Park to the Gulf of Mexico, offering a unique north-south transect of the United Statesto adventurous bicyclists. Although the majority of the MRT is routed on relatively low-use roadsand road shoulders, imbedded throughout are significant off-road trail opportunities to delightalmost any bicyclist. The goals of this meeting are to: Provide a progress update and lay out plans for future MRT improvements within Minnesota; Demonstrate ways to realize the MRT’s potential to attract new visitors and generate local economic activity; Assess community support for a series of “MRT Discovery Rides” in the Spring (2012) for each of the six segments of the river; Invite additional considerations for local bicyclists and long-distance travelers, and; Describe attributes and consider/identify/select the six Hub Cities, additional Host Cities and two Gateway Cities.Business owners, convention and visitors bureaus (CVBs) and tourism industry representatives,chamber of commerce members, local public officials, community leaders, public health providers,bicycle advocates, Great River Road devotees and just about anyone curious about this great newtourism attraction happening “right here in River City!” are invited. Six cities will directly benefitfrom consultation with tourism marketing expert Steve Markuson (former Director of Explore MNTourism) and planning assistance from the Minnesota Bicycle Alliance to make each communitymore “bicycle friendly.” Limited funding is also available for six MRT Discovery Rides in the springof 2012. Finally, funding to erect permanent community information kiosks that feature the MRTand other local points of interest has been secured for the six MRT Hub Cities. More MississippiRiver Trail bikeway information: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/bike/mrt.html.*****Informational Updates*****Zen Box Izakaya is Open602 Washington Avenue SouthThe Zen Box Izakaya restaurant will be a place to enjoy delicious food, as well as a gathering placein the Mill District neighborhood. It’s located in the Mill District City Apartments and described byits owners as offering “Japanese Comfort Food.” For information: 612-332-3936 orhttp://www.zenboxizakaya.com.
  7. 7. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.Com*****Reminder of Ongoing Activities*****Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam ToursThursdays through Mondays, 9:30 am – 6 pm (or as posted at the lock and dam)Upper St. Anthony Falls lock and dam, 1 Portland Avenue SouthThe Visitor Center at Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock and Dam, operated by the U.S. Army Corps ofEngineers, St. Paul District, offers tours of their facility. The tour information will consist of thehistory of Upper St. Anthony Falls, navigation on the Mississippi and the operation of the lockstructure. Tours will take place in the visitor center, and a visitor safety and security briefing will beprovided to each group before they enter the facility. A maximum of 30 people allowed for eachtour. Free.Music at Red Stag Supper ClubWednesdays and Thursdays at 10 pm; Sundays at 9 pmRed Stag Supper Club, 509 First Avenue NEThe Red Stag Supperclub offers live music three nights a week. For more information on theirvarious special food and libation offerings and a music schedule, visithttp://www.redstagsupperclub.com.Mighty Mississippi Discovery BackpacksCheck out a free, fun Mighty Mississippi Discovery Backpack at three Metro river parks. Thebackpacks include everything needed to explore the park and the Mississippi River includingactivity cards, binoculars, magnifying lenses, bird calls, easy-to-use nature guides and more!Discovery Backpacks are great for families, friends and individuals. Scouts and other groups cancheck out the special “Group Pack” which includes additional activities and supplies to help groupsof 10-20 people have fun and learn while exploring along the Mississippi River. Check-out a MightyMississippi Discovery Backpack at the North Mississippi Regional Park (763-694-7693),Mississippi River Visitor Center of the National Park Service (651-293-0200) at the ScienceMuseum of Minnesota and Fort Snelling State Park (612-725-2724). Call any check-out site formore information. The Discovery Backpacks were made possible through a grant from theMcKnight Foundation and the Mississippi River Fund. The packs are developed by the MississippiNational River and Recreation Area of the National Park Service and offered in cooperation withpartner sites. Visit http://www.nps.gov/miss to learn more about the Mississippi National River andRecreation Area.Minneapolis Queen and Paradise Lady Public Cruises (note: I didn’t have a chance to seeif their season is over or not)Departing from Boom Island Park, 700 Sibley Street NEwww.TwinCitiesCruises.com, 952-474-8058Sunday Brunch and Lock CruiseSundays, 11 am – 1 pmExperience a "lock through" of the Upper St. Anthony Lock aboard the Paradise Lady, marvel atthe view of the upper Falls, while taking in the beauty of the Minneapolis skyline and the historicbeauty of the majestic Mississippi River to the new 35W bridge. Adults-$30, children ages 2 - 12are $25.50. Advanced reservations required by 3 p.m. Friday prior to cruise.Happy Hour, Pizza and Lock CruiseWednesday and Thursday evenings, 6 – 8 pm
  8. 8. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.ComTake a narrated cruise on the Mississippi River through downtown Minneapolis, locking throughthe Upper St. Anthony Falls Lock while enjoying the beautiful Minneapolis skyline, views of the new35W bridge, along with happy hour drink prices with a full cash bar available and complimentarypizza served. Adults-$25.50, children 2 – 12 are $9.50. Advanced reservations required by 3 p.m.day of cruise.Friday Evening Dinner and CruisesFridays, beginning in May, 6:30 – 9 pmExperience a "lock through" of the Upper St. Anthony Lock, marvel at the view of the upper Falls,while taking in the beauty of the Minneapolis skyline and the historic beauty of the majesticMississippi River to the new 35W bridge. Adults $45.50, children ages 2 - 12 are $30.50.Advanced reservations required by 3 p.m. day prior to cruise.Guthrie Theater Self-Guided Audio ToursGuthrie Theater, 818 Second Street SouthNarrated by Joe Dowling and several familiar Guthrie actors, this fascinating 40-minute audioexperience takes visitors on a tour of the theater’s public spaces. Learn more about the Guthrie’shistory and the unique architectural elements of the Jean Nouvel-designed building. Headsetrentals are available at the Box Office from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. for $5 per person. (Sunday rentals endat 6 p.m.)Guthrie Theater Virtual TourThe Guthrie Theater now offers an online virtual tour, offering a new way to explore the acclaimedMinneapolis cultural destination designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel. Openedin 2006 along the banks of the Mississippi River, the 285,000-square-foot theater center is open tothe public daily at 8 a.m., and has served as an anchor in the rebirth of Minneapolis’ historic MillDistrict, while attracting visitors from around the globe. Created by Minnesota-based CircaVista,the new interactive journey lets visitors explore five floors of public spaces, offering a great previewof the sweeping panoramic views enjoyed from the Guthrie’s signature Endless Bridge, as well asa look inside each of the three performance spaces. To take the virtual tour, visitwww.guthrietheater.org/virtualtour.*****Informational Resources*****Mississippi National River and Recreation AreaThe stretch of riverfront through the Twin Cities is a unit of the National Park Service – theMississippi National River and Recreation Area. To learn more about the Mississippi River’sNational Park, visit http://www.nps.gov/missGreat River Road Explorers GuideMost of the Great River Road Explorers Guide for Minnesota is now available on-line and can bedownloaded in PDF format - just go to http://www.mnmississippiriver.com/mnmississippiriver.comguide.cfm.River-Friendly Landscaping Tips and ResourcesAs rain barrels, composting, native plants, raingardens and other eco-friendly landscapingpractices have grown in popularity, so have the number of websites offering information on them. Infact, there are now so many online resources it can be difficult to wade through them all to find whatyou need, when you need it. This is where the new Friends of the Mississippi River “Landscape for
  9. 9. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.Comthe river” webpage comes in. This resource offers selective listings of the most-requested localand practical resources, in as brief a fashion as possible. Read more »Heritage News -- SeptemberHeritage News is a monthly e-newsletter published by the National Park Service to deliver timelyinformation on topics including grant opportunities, new laws or policies, events and activities ofinterest to the national heritage community. Read the online version of Heritage News athttp://heritagenews.cr.npsv/index/Index.cfm*****Riverfront News Articles*****Grain Belt Proposalshttp://www.tcdailyplanet.net/news/2011/10/12/new-event-center-and-housing-coming-ne-minneapolishttp://www.bizjournals.com/twincities/morning_roundup/2011/10/four-proposals-vie-for-grain-belt.htmlLowry Avenue Bridgehttp://kstp.com/article/stories/S2325712.shtmlhttp://finance-commerce.com/2011/10/girders-lifted-into-place-for-lowry-avenue-bridge/http://www.startribune.com/local/minneapolis/132109308.htmlGuthrie’s H.M.S Pinafore on PBShttp://www.startribune.com/entertainment/stageandarts/131613348.htmlMill City Farmer’s Market Bread Festival Winners (third item in this piece)http://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/taste/131611323.htmlMinneapolis Parks Foundationhttp://www.startribune.com/local/blogs/131877778.htmlWeisman Expansionhttp://intransit.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/14/more-of-a-gehry-designed-museum-in-minneapolis/Paradise Cruises Rescues Canoeistshttp://www.myfoxtwincities.com/dpp/news/Canoers-Rescued-from-St.-Anothony-Falls-oct-16-2011University Bikewayhttp://www.mndaily.com/2011/10/18/bikeway-path-2012-construction-startMarketing Business FRWD Moving to 120 First Avenue Northhttp://finance-commerce.com/2011/10/frwd-leases-long-vacant-north-loop-space/University Plaza Design, East End of Washington Bridgehttp://www.marketwatch.com/story/art-technology-and-ecology-collaborate-for-innovative-public-plaza-design-2011-10-17
  10. 10. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.ComWashington Post Visits Riverfronthttp://www.thelinemedia.com/inthenews/washpost101911.aspx?utm_source=VerticalResponse&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=Washington+Post+describes+the+delights+of+visiting+Minneapolis&utm_content=%7bEmail_Address}&utm_campaign=On+Two+WheelsBiking in Minneapolis Videohttp://vimeo.com/29468556