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Whether we’re hosting an on-air personality in an afternoon of snowtubing and ice skating, highlighting signature food and drink items from our upcoming meeting planner events or helping to spread the news about the can’t miss Chalkfest event of the year, our MNW team is dedicated to sharing the latest news from Minneapolis Northwest. Check out the highlights below! Looking for more news, information or have a great story idea? Contact Public Relations & Communications Manager Natalie Conrad at Natalie@mplsnw.com.
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By Pafoua Yang HAS THE GEORGE FLOYD DEATH AND PROTESTS THAT FOLLOWED PROMPTED GREATER FOCUS ON THE HOLIDAY OF JUNETEENTH? Perhaps so. Juneteenth is the name given to June 19, a day…Read More
By Bergen Flom, Tiffany Lukk, Dru Berry, Evie Odden Being a part of a community means supporting the community–and not just on social media. Redirecting our economic resources is one…Read More
Paddle Share is a self-serve kayak program that lets participants rent a boat for several hours and paddle to a destination downriver. Its fifth season in operation brings new routes and a…Read More
Goska Colbert, assistant manager of GoodThings in Maple Grove, couldn’t hold her excitement when asked about reopening the doors to customers. Stores like GoodThings allowed to reopen for…Read More
Nature’s Classroom: Monday-Friday, at 10 a.m. If you’re fascinated by the great outdoors, then you won’t want to miss Nature’s Classroom. Get ready to learn about our native critters, how to…Read More
Dawn Olson-Wallerus never imagined she’d bake custom cakes professionally, but a change in employment and sudden interest in baking eventually led her to open her own storefront Feb. 3,…Read More
Every once in a while, a food craving comes along that someone will do anything to satisfy. In the case of Lynda Sigwanz, that meant making a 25-minute drive from Andover to Brooklyn…Read More
The growing lifestyle movement of hygge is all about coziness, comfort, and contentment, and there are many great ways to put this tradition into practice in Minneapolis Northwest, which…Read More
Tiny Footprint Coffee in Minneapolis Northwest, which consists of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, and Maple Grove, is one of the many places to participate in the coziness of hygge, the…Read More
How’d you end up in hospitality and what brings you to the meeting and events world today? Ashlee: Yeah, well I got my start about 15 years ago in hospitality and hotels where I met my…Read More
Minnesota is uninhabitable in winter. At least, that's how the legend of the St. Paul Winter Carnival begins. As the story goes, a group of reporters from out east visited St. Paul in the…Read More
Where can you enjoy a sambusa while watching a Sudanese dance troupe, watch street artists create larger than life 3-D masterpieces with chalk, and sip local brews on an immaculate golf…Read More