Moving in Minnesota? A Few Good Movers Has You Covered

One of the most stressful undertakings in life is moving. You could state a case that it’s the most stressful. As if the purchase of a new home isn’t hectic enough with all the paperwork you have to sign and getting everything inline, moving takes the cake. Getting your things ready to pack. Finding boxes. […]

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Dog-Friendly Restaurants in the Twin Cities

The latest rave to hit our society is dog-friendly restaurants. We love our dogs so much we can’t stand to eat without them. We apparently love to have them beg in public as well. Since this is the new thing, there are 45 dog-friendly restaurants in the Twin Cities.By dog friendly that means they welcome […]

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The 3 Best Haunted Houses in the Twin Cities

When it comes to Halloween, haunted houses are the places to be in the Twin Cities area. Here are our picks for the scariest of attractions that offer the greatest amount of frightening fun.   Molitor’s Haunted Acres If you don’t mind a short drive from St. Paul, head to the eeriest piece of property […]

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History of Downtown Minneapolis, St. Paul

One of the great aspects of life is history. It teaches and shows us how we got to where we are today. From people and events to places, it brings to people what so many lack: perspective. For those in the Twin Cities, when you walk around the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul, have […]

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Famous People from the Twin Cities

The Minneapolis-St. Paul is blessed with a number of famous personalities that have brought a huge amount of pride to not only the cities, but the entire state of Minnesota. Here are a few of the biggest names that the Twin Cities have produced: Prince A music icon, sex symbol, and fashionista all wrapped into […]

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Top 3 Famous Churches in the Twin Cities

According to Sperling’s Best Places, folks in the Twin Cities are a religious bunch – relative to the rest of the United States that is. The average percentage of religious people in a given U.S. city is 48.78%, while Minneapolis and St. Paul are 54.34% and 50.38% respectively. The most popular religion in both cities, […]

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Most Popular House Styles in the Twin Cities

If you’re in the middle of a house hunt in the Twin Cities, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. In addition to the many financial issues you’ll have to contend with, there’s also the fundamental question of house style. Given the variety of house styles out there, we put together a short primer to help you […]

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Special Minneapolis Christmas Traditions

You may have missed the tree lighting ceremony in Shoreview or Edina but that doesn’t mean you can’t take part in other Twin Cities Christmas traditions. From the holiday lights in the park in Lake Phalen to Loring Park’s special Holidazzle Village, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in St. Paul and Minneapolis. What tradition […]

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Rules for Keeping Backyard Chickens in Minneapolis and St. Paul

The cost of an omelette is going up this summer, thanks to an outbreak of avian flu that has devastated chicken flocks across the Midwest. Minnesota has been hit especially hard. The state lost nearly a third of its egg-laying flock, about 3.6 million birds in total, according to the Star-Tribune. That has driven up […]

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Here’s How to Swim in Minneapolis’ New Chemical-Free Public Pool

At the end of next month, the City of Minneapolis plans to open a public pool in Webber Park, which will not use any chemical additives. It’s believed to be the first of its kind in the country, and best of all, it costs nothing to get in. It’s been quite the challenge to build […]

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