Going On Walkabout in Minneapolis A few years ago, when the mayor of Minneapolis encouraged citizens to get out and see the city, one person took the idea quite seriously. Francine Corcoran, a fundraiser for the nearby College of St. Catherine, set out to see all of the city -- on foot. She finished visiting every street and every block Sunday, after more than two years.
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Going On Walkabout in Minneapolis

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Going On Walkabout in Minneapolis

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A few years ago, when the mayor of Minneapolis encouraged citizens to get out and see the city, one person took the idea quite seriously. Francine Corcoran, a fundraiser for the nearby College of St. Catherine, set out to see all of the city — on foot. She finished visiting every street and every block Sunday, after more than two years.