From street theatre to fine art, ramen to injera, maple forests to grass that grows right up to the road, the north indeed extends much deeper than commonly known.This is a show about the nature and culture of Minneapolis/St. Paul. Dispelling the myths of 'Minnesota nice' for the urbane side of cities that the world, country, and even some Minnesotans haven’t experienced. In each episode we explore the food scene, the art scene, the sidewalk scene, meeting the people you’ve never known, standing right outside your door.
Follow@St3veRayand subscribe to theemail listto hear about eclectic happenings throughout Minneapolis and St. Paul. Within Minneapolis and St. Paul there are 84 neighborhoods. Unique enclaves scattered with shops, parks, museums, and Universities. Boundaries are blurry but when meandering from one to another, distinct identities emerge. On this show, we stroll through one of the 84 neighborhoods that, in its odd uniqueness, represents one of the many eclectic corners of MSP.
Minnesota Skyways: Are they worth it?
Follow@St3veRayand subscribe to theemail listto hear about eclectic happenings throughout Minneapolis and St. Paul. On today's show- the climate controlled hallways that elevate Minneapolis and St. Paul humans to the second floor. The value of these skyways is a contentious issue. Some say they kill street life and hurt small business.Others see the skyways as an asset for less mobile populations, and a comfortable way to get out of the office. But for this show,we’re going to set the debate aside and take a walk through these elevated hallways. With professional place maker,Max Musicant, we’ll explore how design affects people, how people shape the built environment, and how these spaces foster civic life. Music byEnjoy the Cat, andZack Baltich Interested in experimenting with public design? Try transforming your front yard into a place that makes your community come alive by grabbing the free front yard tool kit from theMusicant group.
Creatives, Artists, Owners in St. Paul
Follow @St3veRay and subscribe to the email list to hear about eclectic happenings throughout Minneapolis and St. Paul. On today's show: An old factory on the Minneapolis St. Paul border has forgone it’s 20th century widgets for much different wares. Today coffee roasts, beer brews, drills grind, and golf clubs putt. The building’s new tenants embody the potential of creative enterprise and inspire the artist in all of us. Music byEnjoy the Cat, theLimozine Group,Zack Baltich, and Chad (the Tipsy Kangaroo naughty puppet review keyboardist) Doyouthink MN is more than just an uninhabited chunk of land? Leave a review on iTunes and let us know. Featured in this show: Can Can Wonderland Vestibule Trailers True Stone Coffee roasters Naughty Puppet Review Creative Enterprise Zone
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