It’s not much, but for fans who have been waiting with bated breath for the reunited Replacements to release a new album, it’s more than enough to make Monday exciting: “the Replacements say they’ll likely make an album at some point in the future,” writes Rolling Stone‘s Jon Dolan in a profile of the band that features the first proper interview Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson have given since getting back together last year.
Beautiful day at Bryn Mawr Park for the Washburn Games which benefits children’s mental health needs!
Minneapolis, Minnesota by Aaron Matthews
Children standing in front of a Jewish store, Sixth and Lyndale (1908)
Minneapolis Business Trade Cards
Over 300 Minneapolis business trade cards from the Hennepin County Library Special Collections are now available to view in the Minnesota Digital Library. The bulk of the collection dates from the late 19th century and early 20th century and includes a range of businesses, from clothing stores to flour mills.
We Know A Good Thing When We See It
Bakers in 1894 sure did know a good thing when they saw it. Gold Medal Flour was so popular, in fact, that the mills were putting out 13,500 barrels per day!
Night time on the Heritage Trail.
This is probably THE most photographed spot/scene in Minneapolis.