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The Longfellow music scene has expanded with the opening of The Legacy Building at 46th and Minnehaha, a block away from the Minnehaha Recording Company.It’s the kind of space that Sarah (aka … more
The city council is set to vote early this year on a groundbreaking racial equity framework that could guide city transportation planning and investment decisions for years to come.The draft Racial … more
The research for Thomas Becknell’s recent book, “Enchantments of the Mississippi,” began years before he actually wrote the book. “At the outset, I must have read at least a … more
The Twin Cities’ beloved chocolatier Mary Leonard of Chocolat Céleste didn’t take a day off work when she was being treated for breast cancer. Not even when she was dealing with … more
Ron Buhta is the most optimistic and grittiest person I have ever met. He retired 17 years ago, but laughs at himself as he “is now busier than ever." A Vietnam veteran and self-taught artist … more
It’s a warm summer afternoon, sun shining through kitchen windows. The front door flies open; kids and dogs come bursting in two by two. Running through the house and right out the back door. … more
There are around 8,000 racial covenants still attached to properties in the city of Minneapolis. Since implementing Just Deeds in 2021, a free legal service that assists property owners in removing … more
Classics Lost ‘n’ Found Theater Company, located in the Nokomis Neighborhood in south Minneapolis is pleased to announce four productions for its 2023 season. The theater performs at Lake … more
A pedestrian was struck by an unknown vehicle on Thursday morning, Jan. 12, 2023 and was killed at the Cedar-Edgewater-Lake Nokomis Parkway intersection. Police responded to the report of a person in … more
City settles suit with Town Talk DinerThe city council has approved a settlement regarding the lawsuit brought against the city and mayor Jacob Frey by Kacey White and Charles Stotts, owners of the … more
SKI CLUB SEEKS BOARD MEMBERSCross country skiing season is well underway with North Star Ski Touring Clubmembers enjoying weekly outings, monthly events, and organized ski trips. The board is … more
The Minneapolis city animal control facility isn’t the grim place many picture.“For a long time, this place would have been called a pound with all the negative aspects that … more
Where can businesses turn to when homeless individuals pitch a tent in their parking lots, they’re finding trash and syringes, or someone is sleeping on their steps?Two members of the … more
At 42, Kim Jakus is switching career fields and is leaving the Longfellow Business Association (LBA) at the end of December 2022.“I don’t consider it to be a midlife crisis, but it is a … more
HyggeCertainly, the long, cold, dark Minnesota winters can spark a melancholia for some. Yet frigid temperatures and spare daytime hours can also create the mood to hibernate, as other creatures of … more
The start of a new year always feels filled with so much promise. Our futures feel expansive and possible. And while so much of our focus shifts to ourselves in the new year, making goals and changes … more
The Nokomis Naturescape (NN) is beautiful, but I never knew its importance until today.Vicki Bonk, a self-described “persistent volunteer," began working with a habitat concept for Lake Nokomis … more
Taxes are projected to go up in Minneapolis in 2023, and the areas with the largest increases will be Wards 1, 4, 5, 8, and 11, with slightly lower increases in 9 and 12.After three hearings and the … more
2023 city council candidates So far, for the 2023 elections it looks like at least three of the 13 Minneapolis city council seats will be contested, and two of those are in south Minneapolis. Ward 6 … more
CITY BUYS PEOPLES' WAYOn Dec. 8, 2022, the city council approved the purchase of 3744 Chicago Ave. S., the former Speedway now known as the Peoples' Way at George Floyd Square. The cost to the city … more
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