Having Fun at Sleizer’s Club

Sleizer’s Club once served man sized drinks in a distinctively different Atmosphere. If you walked in on a weekend nights you could dine and dance to the swell sounds of Rollie Anderson’s  Hammond Organ  and the “Sleizer Family” dance band. On August 3rd, 1946 Billboard Magazine reported a $10,000 damage …

The St. Paul Civic Center

The Saint Paul Civic Center (renamed in 1998 to Riverplace Center) opened on January 1, 1973 and the Minnesota Fighting Saints became the new tenant and were strong for several seasons, making the playoffs in their first year. The old arena had seating capacity of approximately 16,000. The Civic Center …

The New Post Office

The first post office in Minneapolis was built on the west bank on High Street in 1854 and operated by postmaster Hezekiah Fletcher. The present day post office was completed in 1933 and occupies nearly the same site. A seven-level parking ramp and loading dock for bulk mail were added …