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Saturday June 7, 2014
When Green Line trains roll next Saturday, riders will glimpse a fragile landscape of Twin Cities history. A journey down University Avenue is a trip back in time.
Tuesday June 17, 2014
Light-rail cars are set to start rolling along the Green Line on June 14. The $1 billion, 11-mile line, formerly known as the Central Corridor, will connect downtown St. Paul...
Ron Whyte whooped as he dealt with a long line of customers at Big Daddy’s Barbeque, which survived light-rail construction and expanded.
Bruce Bisping, Star Tribune
Vanh Ratsamy, second from right, and her son Chris helped customers at 88 Oriental, a grocery store on University Avenue.
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Ma Nway, originally from Myanmar, now St. Paul, shopped for frozen seafood at 88 Oriental.
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Big Daddy’s Barbeque, a long-standing business in St. Paul, was able to survive light-rail construction and expand next door.
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