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Red Pens Set to Release “Good Luck Charm” on Oct 26, 2010 in MNSpeakThe Red Pens, last year’s Picked to Click winners, are releasing a new album Limitations on Nov 2nd.  Here’s a preview posted by Josh from Reviler.  To accompany the release, the band has their release show at the 7th Street Entry on No...



Morning Link Round-Up on Oct 26, 2010 in MNSpeakMinnpost: another Dem endorsed by Arne Carlson TC Biz Journal: MN angel investor tax credit also benefits businesses outside the state @cterhark: Roger Waters dines with David Gilmore at Bar la Grassa!? ScreamWeaver: a pretty sweet Prince skateboard...



Latino Restaurant on Lake Street Cancels Emmer Campaign Event on Oct 26, 2010 in MNSpeakBoth the Minnesota Independent and TC Daily Planet are reporting today that the owner of Las Mojarras on Lake Street in Midtown canceled an Emmer event at the restaurant after learning it was campaign rally.  (The ‘penny thrower’ Robert...



St. Paul Makes National Geographic’s Green Guide on Oct 26, 2010 in MNSpeak, environmentNational Geographic’s Green Guide listed the Top 25 Green Cities in the U.S. based on environmental data and surveys of cities with a population of 100,000 or more, and placed St Paul in the number 4 spot. What makes St Paul so green? A quarter...



Mpls Central Library Host Jay-Z Telecast on Oct 26, 2010 in MNSpeakThis is a pretty cool event: the Minneapolis Central Library will be one of the locations hosting the telecast of Cornel West’s interview with Jay-Z on November 15th.  Jay is making the rounds for his new book of lyrics Decoded, and Minneapoli...



First Avenune Bike Lanes and Parking: Time to Reconsider? on Oct 26, 2010 in MNSpeakThe bike lane and parking meter situation along First Avenue in Minneapolis has never sat very well with many pedestrians and drivers and has been a new source of confusion for an already complicated downtown traffic grid.  With yesterday’s ne...