Randee Zarth, D’Amico Catering‘s own pastry chef, was featured in Twin Cities Pioneer Press. During her interview she revealed her unique first job in food, what her favorite dessert on D’Amico Catering’s menu is, what’s next for the talented chef, and much more!
William F. Austin, CEO of Starkey Hearing Technologies, is featured in the October issue of Delta Sky. He discusses the past, present and future of the hearing industry as well as the work that the Starkey Hearing Foundation is doing to provide the gift of hearing to people in need. Read the full story here.
William F. Austin has built Starkey Hearing Technologies “into one of the foremost providers of hearing-aid technology.” As a leader in corporate giving, Austin provides over 100,000 hearing aids to people in need every year. To recognize his efforts, he will be inducted into the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Titans of Technology Hall of Fame. Read the full article here.
An upcoming University of Minnesota study shows that more Twin Cities residents are choosing to bike. Nice Ride Minnesota’s Marketing Director, Anthony Ongaro, spoke with the Minnesota Daily about his thoughts on why more people are hitting the streets on their bikes!
Mick Jagger and Prince both wined and dined at Minneapolis’ foodie hot spot, Cafe & Bar Lurcat!
“This equal parts cozy, equal parts hip restaurant is clearly the preferred dinner spot of rockers.” via People.com
GQ recently selected Minneapolis for their April 2015 Travel Manual, and highlighted Nice Ride Minnesota!
“First of all, you’re going in the summer, when the university’s let out and the sun is hot and you can enjoy Minneapolis for what it really is: one of the coolest small cities in the country. Hit up Nice Ride Minnesota, the city’s bike-share program, near your hotel downtown, then head for the banks of the Mississippi, which is lined for miles with bike paths.”
The popular bike-share program is the ideal way for locals and tourists to tour Minneapolis and St. Paul. With 170 stations between the two cities, Nice Ride Minnesota is a convenient way to get from point A to point B!
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Nice Ride MN, Minnesota’s public bike share program, is expanding with the help of new grants. Nice Ride Executive Director Bill Dossett said that federal grants and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota funding would allow for the installation of 24 new stations, complete with the unmistakable green bicycles. Read full story in the Southwest Journal.
The green Nice Ride bikes are being packed up for the season. Nice Ride executive director Bill Dossett tells Minnesota Public Radio that nearly 275,000 trips were made in Minneapolis and St Paul this season. Congratulations to all who help make public bike sharing a success. Read the full story at MPR.