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“For 20 years, we’ve been putting democracy to work on Minnehaha Ave in the shadow of the precinct building,” observed Henry Slocum of The Hub Bike Co-op (3016 Minnehaha Ave). … more
Lake Street will be torn up over the next two summers to create the new 12.6-mile Bus Rapid Transit B Line. The majority of construction along this line will be done east of Hiawatha this year, and … more
Inside the gleaming Rick’s Coffee Bar at 5402 43rd Avenue South, baristas blend coffee with heart. With every swallow and bite, a portion of each purchase – from drip coffee to the local … more
Thirty-five years ago, at Thanksgiving, I moved to Minnesota from my Philadelphia home. I relocated back to my hometown in time for Passover and Easter. In November 1988, the Twin Cities were cold … more
Welcome to a new gardening season! Spring seems to have finally arrived and if you’re like me, you’re making big plans for this year’s outdoor projects. This would be a great time … more
As someone who has spent hours of the last few months playing around with graphic designs, I can’t even begin to tell you about the sigh of relief I had when I saw the rebranding that WebVolta … more
Soren Stevenson earned the DFL endorsement for Ward 8 City Council at its convention on May 20. Of the delegates, 68% voted for Stevenson on the first ballot and over 29% for Council President Andrea … more
When you think of your Nokomis East neighborhood businesses, what comes to mind? Are they brick and mortar locations that you visit? Home-based businesses that you work with from afar? What about all … more
The Longfellow Business Association (LBA) held its annual meeting at Galapagos Bar and Grill on Lake Street on May 11, 2023 where it held its annual election of board members and officers. Front row, … more
Police Department Community event The Minneapolis Police Department will be holding a community picnic and barbeque on Thursday, June 22 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Cedar Field Park, at 2500 … more
Sara Hanson and Jess Bergman Tank are greeted with enthusiastic welcomes when they arrive at the Metro Work Center with poster boards and pictures of program participants that reflect the creative … more
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) received more than 300 reports of turtle sightings in 2022, including many impressive photos and videos. MPRB hopes to receive even more this year. … more
HONOR VETS ON MAY 29 On Monday, May 29, at 10 a.m. at Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery honor veterans from the War of 1812 through the Korean War. Music by the Seward Concert Band and readings by … more
Longfellow Community Council (LCC) and community partners hosted a press conference in the City Hall Rotunda on Tuesday, May 16 at 10 a.m. to stand together against the current engagement process and … more
Lake Street will be torn up over the next two summers to create the new 12.6-mile Bus Rapid Transit B Line. The majority of construction along this line will be done east of Hiawatha this year, and … more
What should Minneapolis do with its police force?The question continues to generate intense discussions. The 3rd Precinct –the same precinct that Derek Chauvin belonged to and trained officers … more
From early 20th Century thrift to building cabins from contractor cast-offs, building materials reuse had long been an informal norm. But in a more recent world, entire houses have been thrown in the … more
So far, four people are running for the Ward 6 City Council member seat that is up for election this year. All of them are competing for the Democratic Farmer Labor (DFL) party endorsement. Ward 6 … more
On April 13, 2023, Standish resident Sean Connaughty found a giant, six-foot-long, ancient Lake Sturgeon dead at Lake Hiawatha. "It is one of the many, many dead fish found on the shore after the … more
One of the biggest changes to employment coming out of the pandemic is the huge increase in the percentage of people working from home. While not every job is able to be done remotely, the ability to … more
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