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  • Back home at U, Kenisha Bell has big sneakers to fill in Rachel Banham

    Kenisha Bell returns home to play for U

    startribune.com 09 Nov '16, 4am

    In the Gophers’ opener Saturday against Harvard, Kenisha Bell, the replacement at point guard for All-America Rachel Banham, will have cheering sections with family from Chicago and Minnesota for her U debut. Her mother, Aisha, had special T-shirts made with her daughter’s picture in ...

  • Extreme Sandbox in Hastings lets adults play with really big toys

    startribune.com 18 Jun '16, 1am

    Randy Stenger makes his living getting adults to play in the dirt like kids — with bigger toys. On 10 acres near Hastings, Stenger created Extreme Sandbox, where customers pay hundreds of dollars to push dirt around with construction equipment — like bulldozers, excavators and wheel l...

  • Movers and Shakers: Galleria marketing director Rachel Oelke - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Movers and Shakers: Galleria marketing director Rachel Oelke

    startribune.com 17 Jul '16, 10pm

    Rachel Oelke, marketing director, Galleria Shopping Center With “retail in her DNA,” Rachel Oelke is overseeing advertising, special events and branding as the new marketing director at Galleria Shopping Center in Edina. Oelke is working to translate the shopping experience at Galleri...

  • Mill District? Stadium District? East end of downtown looks for ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Mill District? Stadium District? East end of downtown looks for identity

    startribune.com 13 Mar '16, 1am

    The east end of downtown Minneapolis has a lot going on, but no one seems to know what to call it. This 100-block area is undergoing a flurry of development that’s quickly filling the space between the upscale Mill District and the lower-to-middle income Elliot Park. There’s a mammoth...

  • #MemorialDay: Eagle photo touches hearts - Standing Guard

    Memorial Day look back: Eagle photo touches hearts

    startribune.com 29 May '16, 12pm

    Talk to anyone in my business and they'll all say the same thing: No matter how long you write stories and put them in the newspaper, you are never really sure which ones are going to strike a nerve. What you think might be a Pulitzer-quality epic might draw only a nice call from Mom,...

  • Minnesota-inspired Boathouse to open in Shanghai Disney - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Minnesota-inspired Boathouse to open in Shanghai Disney

    startribune.com 09 Apr '16, 4am

    On June 16 when Disney opens the gates to Shanghai Disney, a $5.5 billion theme park in China’s largest city, it will have a Minnesota connection. Steve Schussler, the themed-restaurant developer who created Rainforest Cafe in Mall of America in 1994, will open the Boathouse in the Sh...

  • Minnesota commerce commissioner: Bitcoin buyers, beware - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Minnesota commerce commissioner: Bitcoin buyers, beware - StarTribune.com

    startribune.com 12 Dec '15, 11pm

    Six years after its introduction to the masses, Bitcoin, the decentralized currency known as “cash for the Internet,” is growing in popularity. Yet it still remains largely shrouded in mystery. From the identity of its mysterious inventor to the head-scratching complexities of how exa...

  • Salsa music, stories, dance highlight Caponi Art Park summer shows - Minneapolis Star Tribune

    Salsa music, stories, dance highlight Caponi Art Park summer shows - StarTribune.com

    startribune.com 13 Jun '15, 8am

    Amid the greenery and sculptures of Caponi Art Park, performers and audiences will gather for music, storytelling and dance. The 20th anniversary season of the Summer Performance Series begins Sunday and continues every other week through August at the park’s Theater in the Woods. “It...

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