‘Zero waste’ store opens second location in Minneapolis

In Minneapolis, a store that specialises in sustainable and reusable products is ready to launch its second location.

Tare Market, which first opened three years ago in South Minneapolis, has announced plans to expand into the city’s Northeast neighbourhood.

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The notice on the store’s official Facebook page reads, “Tare Market has always been a collaborative endeavour. Whether it’s through our community container kiosk, educational classes, donations to local nonprofits and school groups, our Terracycle recycling programme, our bread share, or a variety of other initiatives, we strive to assist every member of this community in achieving a sustainable lifestyle, in whatever form that may take.”

The new facility will be larger than the previous one, with the goal of raising awareness about “zero waste living.”

Tare also started a crowdfunding drive, claiming that it will play a critical financial role in the company’s expansion. Currently, perks include everything from merchandise to informal classes.

‘Zero waste’ store opens second location in Minneapolis

In Minneapolis, a store that specialises in sustainable and reusable products is ready to launch its second location.

Tare Market, which first opened three years ago in South Minneapolis, has announced plans to expand into the city’s Northeast district.

The notice on the store’s official Facebook page reads, “Tare Market has always been a collaborative endeavour. Whether it’s through our community container kiosk, educational classes, donations to local nonprofits and school groups, our Terracycle recycling programme, our bread share, or a variety of other initiatives, we strive to assist every member of this community in achieving a sustainable lifestyle, in whatever form that may take.”

The new facility will be larger than the previous one, with the goal of raising awareness about “zero waste living.”

Tare also started a crowdfunding drive, claiming that it will play a critical financial role in the company’s expansion. Currently, perks include everything from merchandise to informal classes.

Rock the Garden 2022 line up features Nathaniel Rateliff, LOW, Sleater-Kinney

This summer’s Rock the Garden concert promises to be a communal, cathartic event like few others in recent memory, as mask mandates and COVID-19 infection rates decline across the state.

The event was cancelled last year due to the pandemic, but with the lineup announced today, the 2022 edition appears to be marked by the sight of thousands of sweaty Minnesotans stomping, clapping, and belting out the lyrics of Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats’ “I Never Get Old” when they perform on the Walker hillside on June 11.

The festival roster offers a wide spectrum of potential experiences, from the renowned Sleater-Kinney to the Duluth-based Minnesota stalwarts LOW, whose deep, complex sound is as unique as it is unlikely to provoke a mass sing-along (cynics!).
We can thank LOW for including the vintage, hazy, jazzy funk of DM-FunK, the intricate North African blues of Bombino, the 90s alt-rock-inspired, TikTok viral beabadoobee, who has been hailed as the “voice of Generation Z,” as well as the Australian doom rock duo Divide and Dissolve, who performed at Rock the Garden in 2013 (see above) and curated this year’s lineup.

The list suggests some intriguing opportunities for intergenerational collaboration. If there is any justice in the world, beabadoobee, aka Beatrice Laus, will perform with Carrie Brownstein, and Divide and Dissolve, who create highly varied sonic environments to “decolonize and demolish white supremacy,” will perform alongside LOW. On March 3 at 10 a.m., Walker and MPR members will be able to purchase tickets, which will cost $79

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