For the past two summers, a Loch Ness Monster look-alike popped its head about the water at Lake Harriet and Lake of the Isles. The creature, a sculpture from artist Cameron Gainer that is nicknamed Minne, is now back for the season at Lake Brownie off of Cedar Lake Parkway and also sending out updates on twitter.
[Strib] Rochester Mayo, helped by seventh-grade girl Ingrid Neel, who is playing boys’ tennis this season, knocked off defending Class 2A champion Eden Prairie in the quarterfinals this morning at the U of M Baseline Tennis Center.
Minneapolis City Council Member Meg Tuthill caused a storm of controversy when she laid out new late-night noise restrictions for her Uptown district. Yesterday both bar owners and residents voiced their opinions on the proposed ordinance at City Hall; Tom Horgen at the STrib went to the meeting and recaps the events, including Tuthill’s resolve to despite opposition from neighborhood bars.
Well, that’s unfortunate: Target had to remove the beach ball decorations from the concrete barriers in front of their stores because of concern about potential injuries.
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