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Artists at work: Ricardo Perez, Sebastian Rivera and volunteer Hab Wako put finishing touches on a mural honoring George Floyd at Puerta Grande Law Firm (4403 E. Lake St.) on June 4, their last of … more
Businesses want to stay in neighborhood, many unknowns about insurance coverage and repair Folks empty out the Glass Endeavors building on Friday morning, May 29, 2020. Although it survived the … more
Bruce Axerod (photo by Elena Vaughn) Interview conducted by Elena Vaughn On the back of Bruce “Uncle Bubba” Axelrod’s shirt reads a Cesar Chavez quote: “The people who … more
In touch through video calls, telephone, email, and postal mail By IRIC NATHANSON Joy and Randy Nelson keep in touch online with their fellow members at Holy Trinity Church. (Photo by Terry Faust) … more
14 species of raptors in the neighborhood A bald eagle surveyed the Mississippi River from high atop a white pine. There are at least 90 active bald eagle sites in the Twin Cities.(Photo by Margie … more
Hiawatha/Howe Gbai Gutknecht Jan Bauer Jane Fischer Kim Berg McGowan Lillie Pang Nancy Hofschulte Community Schools This year the Hiawatha/Howe Community Schools will be … more
West River Road is closed to northbound traffic to allow trail users more space to maintain social distancing. Sections of Cedar Lake Parkway, Lake Harriet Parkway, Lake of … more
While you’re at home during this extended break from school, try these ideas from Free Forest School By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Free Forest School Executive Director Anna Sharratt said, “This idea … more
39th Ave S, a neighbor donates food during the "Stay Home" pandemic cycle. The crew at Belle’s Tool Box has wrestled with how to best use their “tools" at this time, and has reached … more
Coronavirus Pandemic Neighbors got outside and built community near Brackett Park on Sunday, March 22, 2020 for the Corona-Cautious Classic biking extravaganza. Above, Hans, Ann, and Eve Thorkelson … more
Sweep up, rake up, pick up! (L>R) City Council Member Andrew Johnson with drain adopters Mandy LaBreche and Jillian Kaster are joined by Minneapolis Public Works Engineer Bryan Dodds at the … more
Area C (background), as photographed from the opposite bank of the Mississippi River, is just south of the Ford Bridge. The Ford Motor Company dumped unknown quantities of industrial waste, … more
  Joe Hayes was working as an elementary school teacher in 2009, when he bought his first home. A classic South Minneapolis bungalow, the house had one major problem – its … more
Patrons clink glasses in a toast. (Left to right) Bill and Lyn Hamlin; Dave Hoppenrath and Anna Sower; and Jan and Scott Lysen-Anton. (Photos by Terry Faust)[/caption] Garden Igloos proving to be … more
By Kim JAKUS, kim@ longfellowbusinessassociation.org Longfellow Businesses: LBA wants to hear from you This March the LBA is hosting four focus groups to learn how to support our … more
Classes and groups for seniors offered Longfellow/Seward Healthy Seniors holds several classes for seniors including Tai Chi exercise, art classes, technology assistance and diabetes support … more
This March, the Longfellow Business Association (LBA) is hosting focus group to learn how to better support the business community in the Greater Longfellow Area. "We're interested in hearing from … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Executive Director Fartun Weli said, “There are things I’m not good at, but I am good at is busting down doors. There is power in keeping people dependent on the system. … more
Holly Johnson teaches workshops locally on the Enneagram. By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Holly Johnson is committed to helping people better understand themselves and others through the Enneagram. … more
Get a glimpse into the lives of local families who are navigating through the many educational choices available today, and forging a path that fits their families. The Hide family HOMESCHOOL Meet … more
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