The Uptake recently covered a panel at William Mitchell Law School in St. Paul, featuring the Justices and Judges who were part of the historic recount and election contest talk about their role. Found at YouTube from UpTakeVideo.
In case you missed them:
Fireworks At Taste Of Minnesota On Harriet Island In St. Paul
Remember this? Now the Maryland Avenue bridge that crosses I-35E is crumbling, with chunks measuring two feet wide by one foot thick hitting cars. A MinnDOT spokesman says it’s no big deal: “This is not totally unheard of for something like this to happen,” the Strib quotes him saying.
Your tax cuts at work.
Okay, this is a new thing I’m going to do in conjunction with my Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants & Entertainment Hotspots map. I will occasionally write up a little blurb on places in the Twin Cities that I like for one reason or another and then link to these posts from my Twin Cities mashup. We’ll see if it drives traffic deeper into my blog. Without further ado, then…
My eldest sister is the best! I absolutely love Tavern On Grand and she knows it because I took her there when she visited from Vermont for her annual trek through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. She remembered and sent me a gift certificage from Tavern On Grand for Christmas. Sweet!
Whenever I have friends or family in from out of town, I take them there for the Walleye dinner. It’s about seventeen, eighteen bucks for a two-fillet dinner but it’s worth every penny. Uhhhhhhhh, so good. They’ve got plenty
of seating but a small bar, so if you’re going there to hang at the bar and take
in a baseball game, good luck.
Not only do they have the best Walleye
ever, but they serve Summit
Beer as well. They have wi-fi access, but it’s restricted. ASIDE: You
might want to mention something to them about that ;-).
Check out more cool places around the metro at my Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants & Entertainment Hotspots map.
I’ve started a Twin Cities bars, restaurants, entertainment and just places I like Google mashup. Click on the balloons for each location to get a popup text box with more information. There are also links below the map you can use to the same effect. I’ll try and add a location a day. You can always get to it by clicking the Twin
Cities Hotspots Map link on the sidebar on the right.