Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's 40th Anniversary
Photographs by Steve Henke, Stephanie Colgan, and Katherine Harris
40 & Loving It!
YEP, IT'S A BIG BIRTHDAY. And after a certain number, most of us would prefer to just treat it like any other day. So that’s just what we did! For 40 years, Mpls.St.Paul Magazine has been giving these towns the best we’ve got. And this month is no different. We asked our rock star team of editors—and a few special guests—to pull together 40 lists of 40 ways we celebrate our communities: the events, people, places, institutions, highs (and a few lows) that link us all together around what we love about calling the Twin Cities home.
» 12 ICONIC BLONDES
» BEST TRESSED: 6 GREAT DO'S
Mayor of Minneapolis Newscasters wish they had hair as thick and effortless as the mayor's.
Lead singer of Poliça
Her short cut is the perfect balance of sweet and rockin’.
His mop is fashionably, effortlessly shaggy.
Realtor with LaVelle Group
Here's hoping he never tames that afro.
WCCO TV reporter
Her impeccably highlighted waves were meant for TV.
Macy's fashion expert
Every day looks like a fresh blow-out with those silky blond locks.
» CRAZY 8: PEOPLE WITH STYLE
A guy who likes sports, yet isn’t afraid to mix patterns. (He could take the other Joe shopping!)
She kills in the courtroom in sleek designer looks and pulls out the caftans and vintage pieces on weekends.
Brian Graham Salon
In a sweater and tie, jeans and sneakers, he’s the vision of casually polished.
Director of mplsart, curator and designer
A true fashion chameleon, in exaggerated shoulders one day and refined lace and pearls the next.
Macy's district merchant
T-shirt or tuxedo, no one wears it better.
The definition of elegantly irreverent.
Burberry digital advisor
Oh, to be young and look so effortlessly cool.
Wife of former U.S. Rep. Jim Ramstad
The belle of the ball, with edge.
» MINNESOTANS WE ENVY: FOUR PEOPLE WHO MAKE US GREEN
We’re jealous of her big, maybe too big, brain and that perfect, maybe too perfect, enunciation.
THE DAYTON BOYS
Their daddy is governor, they’re inheriting millions, and then they open the coolest Scandinavian underground bar in the Warehouse District.
He has a sick house on Lake of the Isles and travels around the world asking questions for National Geographic.
He hasn’t had a hit movie in years, but he’s still way better looking than the rest of us. Way better.
» 10 PEOPLE WE HOPE NEVER LEAVE
• The Pohlad Brothers
• Tom Hoch
• Kaywin Feldman
• Olga Viso
• Lowell Picket
• Dave King
• Steven Brown
• Ralph Burnet
• Joe Mauer
• Julie Nelson
» 5 PEOPLE WE MISS
• Peter Krause
• Dan Wilson
• Laura Osnes
• Vincent Kartheiser
» SEVEN POWER COUPLES
Nancy and John Lindahl
Major supporters of the University of Minnesota, Children’s Cancer Research Fund, and other causes.
Nina Hale and Dylan Hicks
Emperors of cool —she’s a search engine marketing guru running her own firm; he’s a respected musician and novelist.
Brothers Eric Dayton and Andrew Dayton
Own The Bachelor Farmer, Marvel Bar, and retail store Askov Finlayson (oh yeah, and they have a few political ties).
Amelia Santaniello And Frank Vascellaro
The top anchors at top-rated WCCO TV lend their star power to many major fundraisers.
Sylvia and Sam Kaplan
Longtime DFL backers. Sam is U.S. ambassador to Morocco.
Doctors Barbara Bowers and Doug Olson
The go-to specialists in their respective fields, medical oncology and radiation oncology.
Linda and Dave Mona
Public relations, retail, interior design, sportscasting,
golf, boosters, fundraising —what don’t they do?
» 10 WHO PUT US ON THE MAP
. . . AND 5 WE WISH HADN'T
» 6 PEOPLE WITH MORE MONEY THAN YOU'LL EVER HAVE
$3.3 billion net worth, CEO of Cargill Inc.
$2.5 billion net worth, founder of Carlson Cos., runs the Carlson family foundation
MARILYN CARLSON NELSON
$2.5 billion net worth, former CEO of Carlson Cos. until 2008
$2 billion net worth, founded Best Buy
STANLEY S. HUBBARD
78, St. Paul
$2 billion net worth, CEO of Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc.
$1.8 billion net worth, former senator, owns the Timberwolves
Arts, Entertainment, and Popular Culture
» 10 FAVORITE (HOMETOWN!) FIRST AVE. STARS
» 7 MOVIES WITH LOCAL TIES THAT MAKE US PROUD
» 8 MINNESOTA TV MOMENTS
• 1970: Mary Tyler Moore throws her hat in the air on Nicollet Mall.
• 1974: Little House on the Prairie airs, with a landscape that looks nothing like Minnesota.
• 1975: Blake School writing partners Al Franken and Tom Davis are hired for Saturday Night Live.
• 1978: Loni Anderson plays receptionist Jennifer Marlowe in WKRP in Cincinnati.
• 1994: Friends debuts with the theme song “I’ll Be There for You” by Minneapolis band The Rembrandts.
• 1995: Kevin Sorbo plays the title role in Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
» 10 WEIRDEST WALKER EXHIBITS
• 2009: The Quick and the Dead
• 2003: Past Things and Present: Jasper Johns since 1983
• 2002: Things Not Necessarily Meant to Be Viewed as Art
• 1997: Joseph Beuys Multiples
• 1994: Duchamp's Leg
• 1994: In the Spirit of Fluxus
• 1989: Vanishing Presence
• 1983: Ash Can to Abstract Expressionism: Selections from the Permanent Collection
• 1982: Happy Birthday John Cage: Selections from the Permanent Collection
• 1973: Ettore Sottsass/Superstudio: Mindscapes
» 10 FAMOUS MCAD ALUMS
• Paul Shambroom Photographer extraordinaire
• Kinji Akagawa Conceptual artist, sculptor, and beloved MCAD prof for nearly 40 years
• Peter Seitz Started MCAD’s graphic design department
• Lisa Nankivil Her paintings/prints are shown internationally
• Mary GrandPré Illustrator for the Harry Potter books
• Clara Elsene Peck (1883–1968) Famed magazine and children’s book illustrator
• Esther Bubley (1921–1998) Groundbreaking magazine photographer
• Wanda Gág (1893–1946) Illustrator of the children’s classic Millions of Cats
• Adolph Dehn (1895–1968) Influential lithographer and caricaturist for The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and Vogue
• F. Keogh Gleason (1906–1982) Academy Award–winning MGM set designer for 40 years
Arts, Entertainment, and Popular Culture
» MALL OF AMERICA MAGNETISM: 10 TOP CELEB DRAWS
» STAGES PRINCE HAS GRACED
• Capri Theatre
• First Avenue & 7th Street Entry
• Glam Slam
• Macy's 8th Floor Auditorium
• Met Center
• Mill City Music Festival
• Northrop Auditorium
• Orpheum Theatre
• Paisley Park
• Saint Paul Civic Center
• Target Center
• Xcel Energy Center
» 5 REALITY SHOWS WE'D LIKE TO SEE
Jason DeRusha Bad Question could reveal something horrible bubbling under that shiny, happy surface.
Landon Schoenefeld C’mon already. Colonel Mustard deserves to take his toque to Top Chef.
Frank Vascellaro and Amelia Santaniello Forget John and Kate Plus 8. Frank and Amelia at 8 would give us one more hour with the couple we already love to watch at 5, 6, and 10.
Sid Hartman On the next episode of The Hartmans, cranky Sid offers Chad Twitter advice!
Amy Koch The disgraced former Senate majority leader returns to the Capitol in Lobby Dearest.
» 10 FAMOUS AUTHORS YOU MIGHT BUMP INTO AT A LOCAL BOOKSTORE
• John Jodzio
• Patricia Hampl
• Todd Boss
• LaVyrle Spencer
• Judith Guest
• Tim O’Brien
• Robert Bly
• Louise Erdrich
• Neil Gaiman
• Garrison Keillor
Arts, Entertainment, and Popular Culture
8 MOMENTS WHEN WE ALL THINK,
» "OMG, WHY DO I LIVE HERE?"
» 10 REASONS TWIN CITIANS CALL IN SICK
» 4 OF BURT'S BESTSSee if you can identify these illustrations from longtime columnist Burt Cohen.
MATCH 'EM UP:
» 12 THINGS WE HOPE WILL NEVER CHANGE
• Murray’s Silver Butter Knife Steak
• Nye’s Polonaise Room
• Foshay Tower
• St. Paul Winter Carnival
• The Basilica of St. Mary
• The Chain of Lakes
• First Ave.
• Spoonbridge and Cherry
• Matt’s Jucy Lucy
• Don Shelby’s attitude
• Frank Vascellaro’s hair
• The Lexington
» COVERS THAT MAKE US LAUGH
The "debate" continues.
Yes, that's a pile
So, were we suggesting our readers
Was a cruise around Loring Park on that list?
What art director thought this was a
good brunch image?
Burt's Bests Answers: 1:B, 2:C, 3:D, 4:A
Sports, News, and Weather
» MARK ROSEN'S 10 MOST MEMORABLE SPORTS MOMENTS
• 1973: Fran Tarkenton leads the Vikings to a 27-10 upset of the Dallas Cowboys, in Dallas, to win the NFC Championship.
• 1975: Dallas beats the Vikings in the playoffs at Met Stadium on a long pass from Roger Staubach to Drew Pearson, coining the phrase “Hail Mary pass.”
• 1980: Team USA wins the men’s hockey gold medal at the Lake Placid Olympics. Half the roster—and coach Herb Brooks—is from Minnesota.
• 1987: The Twins win their first World Series title in Game 7 against the St. Louis Cardinals.
• 1991: Kirby Puckett hits his legendary home run in Game 6 of the World Series.
• 1991: Jack Morris pitches 10 shutout innings in Game 7 of the World Series. The Twins beat Atlanta 1-0.
• 1998: TheVikings go 15-1 with one of the most prolific offenses in NFL history—only to lose in overtime to Atlanta in the NFC title game.
• 2006: Kirby Puckett—the most popular player in Minnesota sports history—dies suddenly in Arizona.
• 2009: Brett Favre shocks the NFL, and the Green Bay Packers, by signing with the Vikings. He leads the team to the NFC title game.
• 2010: Favre throws an interception late in regulation after a “12 men on the field” penalty. Vikings fans are crushed. New Orleans wins.
» 10 SPORTS INJURIES THAT BROKE OUR HEARTS
• Twins center fielder Kirby Puckett wakes up before his 13th season without vision in his right eye.
• Sam Cassell’s back spasms hold him out of games 5 and 6 of the 2004 Western Conference Finals, hampering the Timberwolves.
• Ricky Rubio tears his ACL 41 games into his rookie season with the Timberwolves.
• Vikings running back Adrian Peterson tears his ACL 15 games into a 7- year, $100 million contract.
• Bill Masterton dies as a result of being checked in a North Stars game.
• Justin Morneau’s concussion derails a 2010 MVP campaign and puts his Twins career in doubt.
• Joe Mauer’s “bilateral leg weakness” and “flu-like symptoms” ruin the first season of an 8-year, $184 million extension with the Twins.
• Timberwolves top scorer Al Jefferson tears his ACL in February of 2009, destroying his future in Minnesota.
• Marian Gaborik’s “lower body injury” disrupts contract talks with the Minnesota Wild.
• Gophers football coach Jerry Kill suffers “heat-related seizure” on the sidelines in a game against New Mexico State.
» RICK KUPCHELLA'S 11 MOST MOMENTOUS NEWS STORIES
• November 11, 1975: The Edmund Fitzgerald sinks in Lake Superior.
• 1979: The album Prince goes platinum, and the Minneapolis Sound is born.
• February 22, 1980: The Miracle on Ice occurs when the U.S. Olympic hockey team, coached by Herb Brooks, beats the Soviet team.
• October 25, 1987: The Minnesota Twins win the World Series.
• October 22, 1989: Eleven-year-old Jacob Wetterling is abducted and presumed dead.
• October 27, 1991: The Twins win the World Series again.
• November 4, 1998: Jesse “The Body” Ventura elected governor.
• 1999: Academic fraud is uncovered on the University of Minnesota men’s basketball program; coach Clem Haskins is fired.
• October 25, 2002: U.S. Senator Paul Wellstone (D-MN) dies in a plane crash.
• March 21, 2005: A gunman kills nine and injures seven in two shootings on the Red Lake Reservation.
• August 1, 2007: The 35W bridge in downtown Minneapolis collapses.
» PAUL DOUGLAS'S TOP 7 WEATHER STORIES
1986: Brooklyn Park Tornado In a national first, KARE-11’s helicopter pilot follows a tornado live during a newscast. The ghostly white funnel hits Brooklyn Park, leaving behind a couple of injuries and valuable footage for scientists to study.
1988: The Drought and Heat Wave of ’88 The worst drought since the 1930s was marked by 44 days above 90 degrees in the Cities, lake water levels down three to six feet, and a nightmarish growing season for farmers.
1991: Halloween Superstorm A whopper with 28.4 inches of snow over three days, this unprecedented storm set a rash of records for most snow and earliest subzero cold.
1998: Hail and High Water A mild winter gave way to severe hailstorms during spring and summer, causing $2 billion in hail-related damage in Minnesota.
2009: Freak Downtown Tornado A fast-moving front spun up a weak tornado over Uptown, one that lifted near the Minneapolis Convention Center, leaving a swath of damage.
2011: Minneapolis Tornado An EF1-EF2 tornado touched down in St. Louis Park and tracked across North Minneapolis before pushing into Fridley, Mounds View, and Blaine. On the ground for more than six miles, the half-mile-wide tornado claimed at least one life and left behind a scar of severely damaged homes and businesses.
2011-2012: Year Without a Winter Only 22 inches of snow fell this winter in spite of a moderate La Niña pattern, which usually brings colder, snowier weather to the Twin Cities. Instead, we had the fourth-warmest winter on record. Mid-March 80-degree temps shattered records that have been on the books for more than a century.
» THE GOOD, THE BAD, (& THE UGLY): 10 PREDICTIONS FOR THE NEXT 40 YEARS
• President Amy Klobuchar
• Winter Carnival beach volleyball contest
• NBA champs the Timberwolves
• Hennepin Avenue cultural corridor
• Light-rail on every old streetcar line
• The demolition of Block E
• A World Series at Target Field
• Flying carp in the Mississippi
• Breaking 100 more weather “records”
• The 2040 Vikings stadium debate
» 7 POWER DINING SPOTS
Certain meals are less about what you’re eating than where you’re seated and whom you’re breaking bread with. Call it see-and-be-seen or see-and-not-be-seen, this is the Twin Cities power dining scene.
GOOD DAY CAFE Perpetually crowded, this I-394 barn of a restaurant serves an unassuming menu of updated breakfast classics and pancake-house staples to professionals and professional eaters throughout the west metro. It’s a particular favorite of athletes and the personalities from the nearby Clear Channel radio hub.
MANNY'S STEAK HOUSE Not everyone knows Manny’s serves breakfast, yet it successfully melds the Manny’s power ambience with luxury versions of breakfast staples. It’s popular with visiting celebs and downtown corporate high-fliers. Head to one of the checkered-tablecloth booths by the bar.
BLVD The lunchtime buzz west of 169 is at Dean Vlahos’s tile-walled, R&B- booming commissary. Michel at the bar makes everyone feel like a regular, while the Lake Minnetonka crowd migrates here during the workday to sit on the patio and count the hours till they’re back on the water.
OCEANAIRE The expense-account crowd in search of what’s next has already migrated to the new Oceanaire at Sixth and Nicollet. The sexy room is attracting a surfeit of female power players dining on a slightly downscaled version of the restaurant’s dinner standards.
THE ST. PAUL GRILL Downtown St. Paul’s legendary bar and grill dominates the city’s power scene. City and county pols, lobbyists and clients, and Capitol power players congregate here for classic steakhouse fare. The bar is the highlight, its collection of scotches and veteran bartenders beloved east of the Mississippi.
SALUT The three-chardonnay lunch remains in full force at 50th and France. Salut is popular with real estate players, retirees, the indolent self-employed, and Edina’s glitterati, who pick the proteins from the salad and leave the rest.
» AM TO PM: SEVEN PLACES FOR YOUR DAY OF EATING
Start at Victory 44 with a drippy, messy eggwich spread with garlicky aioli and stacked with a fat pork sausage, alongside crispy addictive bacon fries.
Stop at Rustica Bakery for a hand-pulled latte made with Dogwood coffee (and perhaps an airy gougere au jambon).
Ask for grand moules frites at Meritage. Follow it with a round at the raw bar including stone crab claws, a rack of raw oysters, littleneck clams, and a bloody mary.
Order an Of the Older Fashioned with the Old Weller Antique bourbon, Muscovado syrup, and Bittercube Trinity bitters at Eat Street Social.
It's the kitchen bar at Tilia for silky potted meats, beer cheese soup, pasta with smoked cauliflower and bagna cuada, braised beef cheeks with chestnut polenta, and charred figs.
Give in to the cavalcade of nitro-cholcoate and tableside ice cream experiments at Travail. The dessert tasting is both a religious experience and a bargain at $15.
LATE-NIGHT PIT STOP
Savor the fried magic of The Anchor's fish 'n chips (plus a Helicopter burger if you're quite peckish).
» ANDREW ZIMMERN'S BIZARRE MN FOODS
• Lutefisk at Ingebretsen’s
• Bitter bamboo soup at the Hmong Farmers Market food court
• Pickled pigfoot and scrambled brown egg with truffle at Piccolo
• Szechuan spicy pork intestine at Szechuan Spice
• Organ grinder sandwich at Travail
• Wild boar head cheese at Butcher & the Boar
• Beef tendon with peppercorn at Tea House Chinese Restaurants
• Pickled pork ear at Little Szechuan
• Original Twins Dog at Target Field
• Blood sulze at Kramarczuk’s
» 5 PLACES CHEFS EAT ON NIGHTS OFF
PHO TAU BAY “If I’m on my own in the afternoon, it’s got to be Pho Tau Bay for some raw beef pho. I love all the flavors in Vietnamese, and that soup just has it all.” —Jamie Malone, Sea Change
BRODER'S CUCINA ITALIANA “You can ask to get a pizza not all the way baked, so I do that, half mushroom, half peppers—I don’t like them to mix. I don’t know why, I just don’t. Then, a salad, a bit of charcuterie, take it all home and crisp the pizza in the oven. That’s all you need for a good Sunday night.” —Vincent Francoual, Vincent A Restaurant
TAQUERIA LA HACIENDA “Tuesdays are my day off, and most Tuesdays you’ll find me sometime or other at Taqueria La Hacienda—it’s just good.” —Landon Schoenefeld, HauteDish
VICTORIANO'S NEW YORK STYLE PIZZA & PASTA “This is a cool spot for a little straight-out-of-Brooklyn flavor in Stillwater, which can get homogenized. I get a sausage slice and a cannoli—it’s a breath of fresh air. And they’re open late for the after-bar crowd, which also works great for a cook keeping restaurant hours.” —Jim Kyndberg, Crave America
» MINNESOTA FOOD/DRINK ICONS
• Tater Tot Hot Dish
• Juicy Lucy
• On-a-Stick Cuisine
• Wild Rice
• Porketta Sandwich
• Betty Crocker
• Bootleg Cocktail
• Hamm's Bear
• Jeno's Pizza Rolls
• Butter Heads
» 6 FAVE FOODS ON A STICK
• CORNDOG The king of stick cuisine
• PICKLE DOG Pickle on a stick, so easy, so classic
• PIZZA KEBOB Multi-flavoed pizza rolls on a stick
• PUFF DADDY Thai sausage wrapped in puff pastry
• BREAKFAST LOLLIPOP Good morning sausage patty dipped in corn muffin batter, deep-fried with maple syrup dip
• PORCUPINE MEATBALLS Pork and wild rice in a marriage on a stick
» 12 COOL BRANDS WE CLAIM
(AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE)
» 10 BELOVED CORPORATE MASCOTS
» 10 THINGS WE MISS ABOUT DAYTON'S
• The Regards card
• Paper shopping bags
• A new holiday show every year
• Fashion shows in the Sky Room
• Full-service tailors
• Wedding invitations
• The Oval Room at Southdale
• Gracie at the Oak Grill
» 11 BUILDINGS TO BRAG ABOUT
MILL CITY MUSEUM Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle transformed a historic flour mill into a modern museum and hot party locale.
GUTHRIE THEATER The big blue IKEA-esque “theater in the sky” is a brave feat by architect Jean Nouvel. The Endless Bridge over the river is one of the longest occupied cantilevers in the world.
IDS TOWER At 57 stories, the tiered-glass IDS became our tallest skyscraper (well, maybe—read on) in Minneapolis when it boomed above the Foshay in 1972. Plus, Mary Tyler Moore dined at Basil’s above the Crystal Court—it’s famous!
FOSHAY TOWER It was cool then, and it’s cool now. Léon Eugène Arnal modeled the Foshay after the Washington Monument, and in 2006 developers Ralph Burnet and Ryan Companies worked within that narrow frame when renovating it into the sleek W Hotel.
JAMES J. HILL LIBRARY It’s one of the most comprehensive business libraries in the country—and a popular wedding spot. Brides and grooms love this stately Beaux Arts landmark.
WEISMAN ART MUSEUM This stainless steel slice of Frank Gehry is a riverfront icon, and this year’s expansion gave us more to love.
WINTON GUEST HOUSE It moved—slowly, at night—in pieces from Lake Minnetonka to a St. Thomas property. Now this is the only Gehry-designed residence that’s open to the public for tours.
MINNEAPOLIS CENTRAL LIBRARY Architect Cesar Pelli and Minneapolis firm Architectural Alliance transformed the lackluster downtown library into a striking loft-like space.
WALKER ART CENTER The aluminum ice cube with glass walls and peekaboo windows is now forever a fixture along Hennepin Avenue, thanks to Herzog & de Meuron.
CAPELLA TOWER Designed by Pei (yes, that Pei of the Louvre!), Cobb, Freed & Partners, the tower with the “halo” on top fights with IDS to be the tallest in town. We’ll let the viewers decide—from the street, not the skyway.
CHAMBERS HOTEL Props to Shea Architects and Ryan Companies for turning a dilapidated building into a boutique hotel with glass, art, color, and plenty of areas to lounge. Fortunately, Shea’s taking over another corner on Hennepin—stay tuned.
» TARGET'S 12 CIRCLES OF INFLUENCE
ORIGINAL TARGET STORE
More than 1 million square feet
FACE OF PHILANTHROPY
Laysha Ward, president, community relations and Target Foundation
$3 million per week to causes local and national including building school libraries, supporting military families, providing free school lunches, and disaster relief
AMONG THE CELEBS WHO'VE COME
TO MINNEAPOLIS FOR TARGET
Katherine Gerdes, Ra’mon-Lawrence Coleman,and Danielle Everine left Target design jobs to compete on the reality show
FIRMS TARGET HELPED PUT ON THE MAP
Peterson Milla Hooks, advertising
Design Guys, branding
Catalyst Studios, digital and interactive
BRANDS WITH OFFICES IN MINNEAPOLIS
TO SERVE TARGET
Walt Disney Co.
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
S.C. Johnson & Son Inc.
Free Thursday Nights at Walker Art Center
Family Day at Minneapolis Institute of Arts (second Sunday of the month)
Free Third Sundays at Minnesota Children’s Museum
Free Family Concerts with Minnesota Orchestra and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Ron Johnson, CEO of JCPenney
Michael Francis, president of JCPenney
Brian Robinson, a JCPenney VP
Jerry Storch, CEO of Toys “R” Us
>br /> Bob Thacker, senior VP of marketing and advertising for OfficeMax
» 5 DISTINGUISHED U OF M CONTRIBUTIONS
• Marla Spivak’s Minnesota Hygienic line of bees
• John Berryman’s Pulitzer Prize–wining cycle of poetry, 77 Dream Songs
• Francis Lee Jaques’s dioramas in the Bell Museum
• Horticultural Research Center’s Honeycrisp apple
• Earl Bakken’s pacemaker
» FOUR FAMOUS INVENTIONS
THE POST-IT NOTE (1980) A 3M researcher applies a colleague’s low-tack glue to his hymnal bookmark, and a new kind of stationery is born.
Inline Skates (1983) The State of Hockey produces summertime hockey skates, and everybody goes wild.
Zubaz Pants (1988) Professional wrestlers the Road Warriors combine their twin passions for comfort and loud prints.
Hollywood Fashion Tape (2001) Modest Minnesotans create an accessory to keep red-carpet gowns from gaping. Thank goodness.
» LOOK WHO ELSE IS HAVING A BIG BIRTHDAY
• Pillsbury, 140 years
• Bell Museum of Natural History, 140 years
• 3M, 110 years
• Betty Crocker, 90 years
• Regis Hair Salons, 90 years
• The Schwan Food Company, 60 years
• Race for the Cure Minnesota, 20 years
• Life Time Fitness, 20 years
• Caribou Coffee, 20 years