St. Louis Park
The Four Firkins championed the craft beer movement, but the business closed after the movement spread to many of its competitors. From its beginnings in a humble strip mall in the Texa-Tonka Neighborhood of St. Louis Park, The Four Firkins moved to roomier, larger digs at the new Hoigaard Village d...Read More
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Apparently not enough people still loved Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill in St. Louis Park. After several years in operation at The Shops at West End, the eating and drinking establishment closed without warning June 24. A sign on the door said the business had closed for maintenance, but...Read More
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  Arsenio Richardson has played a key role on the St. Louis Park athletic scene for the past decade. Richardson was three-sport standout at SLP High before graduating in 2005. He lettered four times in basketball and three seasons in both football and track. He is currently an assistant footbal...Read More
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  Bloomington Jefferson claimed the Metro West Conference softball championship with an unblemished record and placed six members of its team on the all-league squad. The Jaguars won the conference title with a 13-0 record and finished ahead of second-place Chanhassen (12-2) and Benilde-St. Mar...Read More
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Offense has never been much of a problem for the St. Louis Park amateur baseball team during the past decade. And the SLP town players are putting up impressive batting totals again this season. St. Louis Park has compiled an 18-11 record. Joe Pierce leads the SLP offense with a .412 batting average...Read More
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