Fredrick-Miller Spring… free spring water for more than 100 years

Our family remembers filling jugs of water at the Fredrick-Miller Spring to fill our aquarium when we lived in Eden Prairie over 20 years ago. After meeting family at Staring...
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Wheelock Parkway… an enigmatic throughway in St Paul

As a young adult from “small city” North Dakota, Minneapolis/St Paul was a fascinating, exotic place. My wife and I often explored the fascinations of the “Cities”, like landmarks, parkways...
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Macalaster-Groveland… one of St. Paul’s most coveted neighborhoods

Macalaster-Groveland has long been a favorite St. Paul neighborhood. It is bordered by stately Summit Avenue on the north and Randolph Avenue bordering Highland Park neighborhood on the south, sandwiched...
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Rice Park… St. Paul’s European Town Square

Rice Park is one of the oldest, if not the oldest park in St. Paul, and I have long thought of Rice Park as the heart of St. Paul. Before...
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St. Paul’s Ford Site… people could starting moving into new homes in 3 years

St. Paul announced the biggest redevelopment in St. Paul history this week when they announced the approval of the Ryan Companies plan to reshape the former Ford truck manufacturing site...
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Historic Hiking… the old Cedar Avenue bridge at Long Meadow Lake

Historic hiking is enjoying a fine walk and recognizing the history of the place at the same time. A great experience! I was driving across the newish Cedar Avenue Bridge...
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Longfellow Gardens… part zoo, part amusement park by Minnehaha Falls

Have you ever wondered about the yellow house on the hill across Minnehaha and Hiawatha Avenues from Minnehaha Falls?  It is Longfellow House, the former home of the man who...
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Four Churches on One City Block… a Guinness World Record only in NE Minneapolis

Nestled in the residential bowels of Northeast Minneapolis on a sleepy little park side block, four churches stand. Minneapolis Northeast is well known for many things. Its breweries, churches and...
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