Known throughout the Twin Cities for a distinctive pose he’s trying to trademark, Kris Lindahl Real Estate is now suing another real estate broker for striking a pose that’s too similar.
Auto fuel is not the only gas in short supply.
An immigrant community in the heart of the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood in Minneapolis is home to dozens of small businesses. More than two years since the start of the pandemic and the death of George Floyd, the boards are beginning to come down for most.
White Bear Lake has a new business that brings together both American and Asian influences in its drinks. But the real story is the shop’s immigrant owner, who embodies the American dream.
A popular bar abruptly announced its closing to employees who allege they were notified via email only after the doors were locked already. "He didn’t necessarily fire us as much as invite us to reapply for our jobs, and say it’s all our fault I guess,” one server said.
Kids of the 90’s this new ice cream shop is for you, and anyone else who enjoys a tasty scoop of ice cream. Dream Creamery is now open in Northeast Minneapolis. From the Travail team and led by Chef Nate Mickelson, the shop is getting just as much buzz for the ice cream as it is for the food on the menu, which includes burgers, lobster rolls, fries and cheese curds. The shop is open Wednesday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., and is located at 816 Lowry Ave NE.
A neighborhood eatery in Nordeast Minneapolis says it will be closing at month's end.
Caden Fritz was barely 16 years old when he decided to start his own construction business during the pandemic.
Bite Squad delivery drivers struggling to make ends meet through surging prices for gasoline will continue to get a little relief.
The annual James Beard Awards took place Monday, and similar to years past the Twin Cities was well represented - with one taking home Best New Restaurant even.
The game of cat-and-mouse between business owners, public officials and transportation advocates all lobbying for what they think is best for construction on a stretch of Hennepin Avenue in Uptown heads to a full city council vote next week.
Minneapolis-based chef Yia Vang has brought Hmong cuisine to Minnesota, but now hopes to reach a broader audience with an appearance on a Netflix reboot of Iron Chef.
A chance encounter has left both a homeless man and a construction company owner better off since they met.
As the business struggles to find workers, one community in Minneapolis is helping make sure their neighborhood restaurant can keep its doors open.
After Taco John’s filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against a local Mexican restaurant franchise named Taco Chon’s, the owner has rallied around community support to fight back.
After more than 100 years under the same name, Josephson’s Clothing is finally changing its name.
End of an era: A longtime favorite along the shores of Lake Nokomis has announced this summer will be its last season serving patrons. After this summer the MPRB will solicit new potential vendors.
After two down years due to travel restrictions and COVID-19 infections, tourism in Minnesota is expected to rebound this summer – good news for restaurant and resort owners.
A north Minneapolis park is set to undergo a $21 million dollar redevelopment, but at least one resident of the community surrounding it thinks the money could be better spent on business development.
Just six months after its grand opening, and five after re-opening again due to a fire, Slice Pizza in Northeast Minneapolis is expanding into its second location and trying to create a community space in the process.