Minneapolis eases liquor license restrictions, restaurants flock to opportunity offering craft cocktail experiences

When it comes to liquor, the City of Minneapolis chose to take a step back and do a little deregulating. As a step of confirmation, they offered the idea to the citizens through a city charter change; the public supported it overwhelmingly (72% yes). And now, in the first season that restaurants were offered the

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Amazon leasing space in vacant malls

From a garage 25-years ago to Bezos’s billions today; few companies have turned the world upside down like Amazon. Among the casualties, they’ve left or are leaving behind — vast tracks of under producing real estate we call malls. It’s that same economic disruption (and destruction) Amazon is capitalizing on to take its next step

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#GoodTalking Minot with Realtor and Vlogger Benten Peterson

What’s it take to build a professional brand in the social media age? For one Minot realtor, the answers lies in the embrace of new technology and providing a deeper picture of the person behind the work. Check out last week’s second hour of #GoodTalk Minot where we’re joined by Benten Peterson to talk all

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#GoodTalking Minot Beer & Teaching Science

Last week on the first hour of #GoodTalk Minot we were joined by Dr. Brian Schmidt. Brian’s an Associate Professor at Minot State and the Brewer at Souris River Brewing. What do these careers have in common and what’s the added value in drinking local beer? Find out in the conversation below.

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Ward County Commission Agenda, Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

The Ward County Commission will meet Tuesday morning, May 21st at 9:00 a.m. on the second flood of the Ward County Administration building to consider the following agenda. The online copy of the County Commission agenda can be found here. AGENDA FOR THE BOARD OF WARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Tuesday, May 21, 2019 9:00 a.m. –

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Minot City Council Agenda — May 20, 2019

Minot City Council will meet Monday, May 20 at 5:30 p.m. at Minot’s City Hall to consider the following agenda. All City Council meetings are open to the public and can be viewed via live stream through the City’s Youtube channel or Facebook page. 1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 2. ROLL CALL 3. PERSONAL APPEARANCES 4.

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Congratulations to That German Place!

For what small businesses bring to our community in the form of new products, flavors, and experiences — I’m not sure we celebrate them enough. And when they newly open, we have all the more reason. To that end, That German Place opened today; congratulations to owners Stephanie and Chad, an thanks for taking the

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Minneapolis’s unique approach to community engagement — bridge dining

When you’re about to rebuild an Interstate Highway through a community, how do you reach out to citizens to get their thoughts? In Minneapolis, the MNDOT’s approach: host dinner on a bridge overlooking the construction site. It’s an idea worth noting because if you’ve ever been to government attempt at community engagement (information and idea

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