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Development along the Upper River: What’s next for the Upper Harbor Terminal

This event is being held specifically for businesses near the river in North and Northeast Minneapolis. This is your opportunity to learn more about the development and how it may impact your business, as well as find out how to participate in the planning process as it unfolds.


Mississippi Minute Film Festival deadline

Films to be considered for the Mississippi Minute Film Festival are due by 5 p.m. CT on Friday, Sept. 15.


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It’s actually quite easy to enter the Mississippi Minute - It's not difficult at all to create and enter a film in the fourth annual Mississippi Minute Film Festival. You can take your smartphone, your GoPro, your digital SLR or your video camera and shoot a 60-second video in just 60 seconds, if you like. But ...
John Anfinson’s Vision for the River - John Anfinson’s role as superintendent of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area gives him a close look at the Mississippi River every day, specifically the 72-mile national park which runs through Minneapolis and the surrounding region. With the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers studying all three locks and dams in the Twin Cities, and a decision coming on federal ...
MRP supports Friends of the Lock and Dam - With the closure of the Upper St. Anthony Falls lock, questions have been swirling about the long-term future for the lock site, currently owned and operated by the Army Corps of Engineers. The site is at the exact center of a string of parks near the riverfront, including Gold Medal Park, Mill Ruins Park, and the planned Waterworks park. For ...