Recent content from Neal St. Anthony
Minneapolis couple survived a deadly earthquake — now they're helping Turkish victims
They've seen — and felt — the damage firsthand.
St. Anthony: As I retire, I'm excited about Minnesota's future, its entrepreneurs and cleaner energy
Minnesota's future lies in its innovative workers and entrepreneurs and an energy industry that's increasingly local, Neal St. Anthony writes as he retires after 40 years at the Star Tribune.
St. Anthony: Immigrant entrepreneur creates the PottyPillow
Rena Heegaard, who found safe haven in the bathroom as a girl during the Liberian civil war, has invested $160,000 in a product that increases comfort and utility.
St. Anthony: Itasca Project report lays blueprint for more Twin Cities area housing
The plan by business, government and developers of market-rate and subsidized housing is rooted in the aggressive recommendations of recent Itasca Group commission. This solution also inspires workforce and economic growth.
St. Anthony: Why Edina entrepreneur Stacey Stratton never takes success for granted
The Clear Lake, Wis., native, whose father deserted her working-class family, babysat a little sister while she worked through high school to help her late mother.
St. Anthony: Construction on $28M Coliseum redo now underway on Lake Street
Developer Redesign will announce Tuesday the largest riot-reconstruction project on E. Lake Street, led by a Black developer and three Black owners, has closed and is under construction.
St. Anthony: 'Barber Bob' leaving Grain Exchange in downtown Minneapolis
The customers of Bob Haddow, also an art historian, painter and author, appreciate him as much for stories and eclectic interests as haircuts.
St. Anthony: Couple build farm-to-fork business — and community — in central Minnesota
Jenni and Tom Smude pivoted about 15 years ago after nearly losing their farm.
St. Anthony: Another piece of redevelopment puzzle at George Floyd Square put in place
Business owners are hopeful for recovery at 38th and Chicago, where a local developer and partner are investing in the biggest commercial complex.
St. Anthony: Litigator who won largest Minnesota jury verdict got no-frills start
Mike Collyard, a Robins Kaplan partner, lawyered the case that could grow to $1 billion-plus against the bank of fraudster Tom Petters.