It is officially the Year of Music in St. Paul

“Music is more than a series of notes—music is a pathway to a stronger, more vital community.” -St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman This morning, Mayor Coleman announced 2016 as the Year of Music in St. Paul. Tune into @TheCurrent this morning at 9 A.M. – I’ll be on talking about the Year of Music in … [ Read more]

St. Paul City Council to vote on loosening liquor license laws for restaurants

St. Paul restaurants, new and established, may soon have an easier time obtaining a full liquor license. On Tuesday, November 10, the St. Paul Charter Commission passed an amendment to the City Charter that would allow more licensed restaurants an opportunity to obtain a full liquor license. The catch? The city will have to redefine what it means to … [ Read more]

Minnesota United FC to Call St. Paul Home

  After more than 20 years, Minnesota soccer is finally coming into the Twin Cities fold. At a press conference held today, Friday, October 23, at the Midpointe Event Center in St. Paul, Minnesota United FC team owner Bill McGuire and St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman announced that Minnesota’s professional soccer team is getting a new stadium, … [ Read more]

St. Paul Adapts its Licensing to Allow More Taprooms

By Doug Hoverson   Photos by Joe Alton   Three Breweries Currently Eyeing the Capital City On a 7-0 vote, the Saint Paul City Council today changed the licensing requirements to make more taprooms possible in redeveloping sections of the city. The change takes effect in thirty days. The city already allowed brewery taprooms in … [ Read more]