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How to Do My SSN in Minneapolis
by Tommy in Legal
If you never received a Social Security number when you were born, you can still apply for one at the Social Security Administration (SSA) offices in Minneapolis. The application process is simple and the time frame for receiving your first Social Security number is less than two weeks. Once you have a Social Security number, you can apply for a driver's license, loans, college and many other thin
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How to Become an RN in Minneapolis, Minnesota
by Ertaz in Business
Becoming a nurse might be a smart career decision. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of new jobs for nurses should increase by 22 percent or better from 2008 to 2018. Much of the growth is expected to come from emerging needs for nurses in long-term care facilities or in-home nurses caring for elderly patients. Licensing requirements to be a nurse can vary by state. Licensing

Art Colleges in Minneapolis
by David Marchant in Education
Successful artists have natural talent, creative temperaments and a good sense of style. To cultivate their skills, abilities and knowledge, potential artists should seek formal training. If you decide to paint, draw, design, print, illustrate or sculpt for a living, think about your education. You will need a professional portfolio of work to show prospective employers, so you will want to receiv

Ivy Hotel in Minneapolis
by orneka in Travel
A luxury Starwood brand hotel in downtown Minneapolis, Hotel Ivy offers a modern style and luxury hotel services. First commissioned by the Second Church of Christ Scientist, Nebraska-based architect Thomas R. Kimball designed a church complex with four towers around a large, domed center. The hotel's ziggurat style--meshing 1920s and '30s style architecture with modern skyscraper appeal--lures gu

Minneapolis Motels
by Schmidt in Travel
Minneapolis is the largest city in the state of Minnesota. The Minnesota River connects Minneapolis with Saint Paul, making them the "Twin Cities." Minneapolis has more than 20 lakes, the Mississippi River, and wetlands, so the city is a playground in the spring and summer for water sports fans. The region is also home to the Mall of America, the largest shopping and entertainment complex in the c

What Colleges Are in Minneapolis?
by RKelln in Education
Minneapolis in Minnesota is a student-friendly, inexpensive and ecology-conscious Midwestern city with a low crime rate and plentiful broadband Internet access. Students in Minneapolis choose from a range of colleges and enjoy efficient mass transit resources, such as buses with racks for stowing their bicycles. Minneapolis is rated the No. 1 biking city by "Bicycling" magazine and the safest U.S.

Airlines That Fly To & From Minneapolis
by Pure Pandemonium in Travel
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is centrally located between the Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs, and is managed by the Metropolitan Airports Commission, according to the airport's website. The airport covers 3,400 acres and welcomes over 30 million passengers each year and provides over 150,000 jobs. Divided between two terminals, 13 commercial airlines serve passengers at Mi

How to Donate Your Car in Minneapolis
by algoRhythm99 in Personal Finance
Minneapolis charities are always in need of donations, either cash or tangible. Many Minneapolis charities accept donations in the form of old vehicles. Vehicle donations are tax deductible. The donation process is simple, requiring only a few minutes of your time.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Vehicle information
Signed vehicle title

Research vehic


Kid's Restaurants in Minneapolis
by Erwin in Travel
The U.S. Census Bureau cites Minneapolis as Minnesota's largest city with a population of over 372,000. Children under 18 make up 22 percent of that number. With these statistics in mind, it makes sense that Minneapolis has a number of restaurants that cater to families -- and kids in particular. When deciding on a restaurant to take your kids, consider the environment, menu and neighborhood attra

Fun Restaurants in Minneapolis
by ShortOne in Food & Drink
Minneapolis offers several attractions and activities for tourists. Whether you're in town to catch a Minnesota Vikings game, attend a show at the Guthrie Theater or stroll along the Chain of Lakes path, don't miss an opportunity to unwind and enjoy some delicious food in the heart of this Twin City. If you're looking for fun and entertainment to accompany your meal, Minneapolis has plenty of opti

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