St. Paul and Minneapolis: A Tale Of Fraternal Twin Cities.

Did you know that the University of Minnesota straddles TWO cities? University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is located in BOTH Saint Paul and Minneapolis. This is mentioned for a different reason. Minneapolis and St. Paul. Together, they are known as the Twin Cities. However, they are not identical twins. Both cities are more like fraternal twins….

How Geography Helped and Hurt Buffalo.

Today, the city of Buffalo has a population of 258,071 people. This is a far cry from its 1950 peak of 580,132 people. Buffalo’s rapid fall in population is characteristic of American cities located in the Rust Belt(such as Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, etc). However, with Buffalo, one particular case to consider is geography. Geography has…