Clockwise from top: Downtown Minneapolis, Downtown, TCF Bank Stadium, the Guthrie Theater, Minnehaha Falls, and First Avenue and 7th St Entry nightclub
No other place mixes affordability, opportunity, and wealth so well. What’s its secret?
DON'T TELL EVERYONE, ATLANTIC! IT'S A SECRET FOR A REASON!
Tour the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul in this video feature! Footage courtesy of Meet Minneapolis. Footage ©Explore Minnesota Tourism Photo/Video.
The history of Minneapolis parks is a lot more interesting than you might think!
Minneapolis is the largest city by population in the U.S. state of Minnesota, and the county seat of Hennepin County.
Whether a fan or emotionally tied to Minneapolis or not, these postcards and historical photos are a fascinating peek into a glittering history.
One of the most famous landmarks in Minneapolis is the Mary Tyler Moore statue, erected in the same spot as the famous shot of Mary tossing her hat into the air during the opening credits for 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show'.
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is a feature of the Walker Art Center, and the Spoon & Cherry is perhaps one of the most recognizable landmarks of Minneapolis.
Stunning pictures of the collapse of this major eight lane bridge during the evening rush hour. In spite of the catastrophic failure of the bridge during evening rush hour, only 13 people were killed and 145 injured.
The 2007 collapse of the I-35 Mississippi River bridge in Minneapolis killed 13 people and injured 145. The failure of the eight-lane, 1960s-era steel truss arch bridge was blamed on a design flaw that meant that a failure of a single structural element would bring down the entire bridge.
The collapse of the I-35W bridge in Minneapolis in 2007 killed 13 people and focused attention on the state of bridges across the nation.
The collapse of the i-35 Bridge wasn't just a local and national disaster; it also started a national conversation about our crumbling infrastructure, which was timely (if perhaps overdue) considering the relatively raw tragedy of New Orleans + Hurricane Katrina.