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Homeless population impacted by COVID-19

A homeless

Will Schavee, RubicOnline

September 24, 2020

Homeless in Minnesota are left with no place to stay as shelters fill up and COVID-19 continues to spread.

Little Free Libraries converted to food banks during pandemic

A Little Free Library is stocked full of necessities for those who need them.

Catherine Hooley, RubicOnline

May 17, 2020

Little Free Libraries around the Twin Cities are being turned into food banks for people who need supplies during the pandemic.

[CONCERT REVIEW] Jonas Brothers take the stage as if they never left it

The Jonas Brothers played the Armory as part of the NCAA Final Four on Apr. 6. They return to Minnesota for their tour on Sept. 16.

Mukeil Rizvi, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

The Armory performance was good enough to buy tickets for the Sept. 16 performance announced yesterday.

Twin Cities mayors tackle entrenched social problems

Mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frey and Mayor of St. Paul Melvin Carter--both of whom sworn into office last January--represent  vanguards for social change in the Twin Cities.

Sam Hanson, RubicOnline Editor

February 19, 2019

Both Frey and Carter embody new voices that challenge the status quo and inspire youth participation in politics.

[PHOTO GALLERY] Keg and Case turns brewery into Minnesota-centric market

Deliciously spinning cotton candy served right on the spot.

Mimi Geller, Director of RubicOnline

December 2, 2018

West 7th's Keg and Case Market hosts a diverse array of local vendors.

Legend of Lyndale House brings Trapped to new levels

Creatively crafted around a supernatural story, The Legend of Lyndale puzzle room in Minneapolis is one of the few puzzle houses in the Twin Cities.

Claire Hallaway, The Rubicon Editor

January 12, 2018

The puzzle room promotes active teamwork and positive experience well worth the price.

Proposed Riverview Corridor could change 46th Street commute

Proposed Riverview Corridor could change 46th Street commute

Emily Thissen, RubicOnline Editor

February 23, 2017

Highway 5 and the Ford Parkway Bridge, popular routes to school for students from Minneapolis, are potential routes for the Riverview Corridor.

Blue Plate restaurants offer staple fare for the Twin Cities community

Blue Plate owner's David and Stephanie thank costumers for visiting the Highland Grill.

Annie Bottern, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

The Twin Cities Blue Plate restaurants offer unique dining experiences for every taste.