RIP Surly, hello Spirit Halloween.
/r/MinneapolisMinneapolis skyline in cities skylines update
/r/MinneapolisOctober 8th, 2020 Stone Arch Bridge. Crazy to look at how balmy it is and how amazing this historic angle is on our beautiful city.
/r/MinneapolisBirding is my favorite pandemic hobby. Pick a lake, visit it most evenings, and you will meet a new bird (Northern Shoveler, Lake Harriet)
/r/MinneapolisRoad Rage (90th & Penn in Bloomington)
/r/MinneapolisIf you need a reminder, here are the drop off sites in Minneapolis and St. Paul!
/r/MinneapolisSpirit Halloween strikes again!
/r/MinneapolisKu Klux Klan "float" at U of M homecoming approximately 1923. (Photo removed from Historic Minneapolis FB because "it may cause an argument.")
/r/MinneapolisIf your F150 was recently stolen I have some bad news for you :(
/r/MinneapolisUsing Cities Skyline to Design a Highway Cap Project Idea
/r/MinneapolisMissing Cat Uptown Area
/r/MinneapolisUpdate of the Minneapolis recreation in cities skylines , this is the skyline as of now
/r/MinneapolisI'm just about done with the mask requests from my last post. Checking to see if there is anyone else in this sub that can use a free face mask with nose bridge and ear savers. I started in March, and all supplies have been donated by Reddit users, and I can cover the $4 shipping too if needed!
/r/MinneapolisDowntown Minneapolis 1940's
/r/MinneapolisTIL About Apache Plaza (One of the first indoor malls in America, located in St Anthony Village, MN)
/r/MinneapolisEarly Voting hours today (10/27) 8am - 5:30pm. Location info in comments.
/r/Minneapolis"The Wandering Flint" car, parked outside the Flint Motor Co. dealership, 1201 Hennepin Ave., 1925.
/r/MinneapolisNational Biscuit Company building, 250 3rd Ave. N., 1940.
/r/MinneapolisShur-Nuff Inc., 322 1st Ave. N., 1952.
/r/MinneapolisThe Leamington Hotel, 10th St. S. & 3rd Ave. S., 1937.
/r/MinneapolisThe Guaranty Loan building, 308 2nd Ave. S., 1900.
/r/MinneapolisRadio City Theater, 36 9th St. S., 1944.
/r/MinneapolisLooking across Aldrich Ave. S. from W. 29th St., 1957.
/r/MinneapolisI never thought I would be so happy to see his face return to the intersection
/r/MinneapolisLyn/Lake, thank you!
/r/MinneapolisThis is my first meme.
/r/MinneapolisStep 1) Bulldoze local landmark. Step 2) Drive local independent store out of business that was first in nation to sell your products. Step 3) Close your store and leave town
/r/MinneapolisCitizen App never disappoints
/r/MinneapolisStarted a recreation of Minneapolis in a city builder game called cities skylines, credits to the creator of the map