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The Lake Street Council’s mission is to engage, serve, and advocate for the Lake Street business community to ensure the vitality and prosperity of the commercial corridor. Before George Floyd … more
Every Monday morning, Christopher Allison and Craig Drehmel meet at the Fresh Thyme grocery store parking lot in Southeast Minneapolis, where pallets of food are waiting to be loaded. Allison opens … more
Know someone in your life who deserves a shot at a brighter tomorrow? The Takoda Institute can help. Its no-cost education, career coaching, and training programs for adults have improved the lives … more
Please join NENA on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020, for the final free food and supply distribution. We offer a wide selection of fresh produce, dairy, meat, staples, clean supplies, and personal care … more
Monday, Nov. 9, 2020, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) published a draft of Parks for All, the MPRB 2021 Comprehensive Plan that was fashioned during a two-year process. Parks for All … more
The Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan has been approved by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) of Commissioners.The Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail Master Plan is a written … more
The Hiawatha Golf Course master plan is heading to the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board of Commissioners for review and a public hearing in January 2021.The comment period for the draft master … more
In 1919, as a great flu pandemic was winding down, Minnesota’s representative in congress Andrew Volstead, helped pass a Constitutional Amendment, HR 6810, also known as prohibition. After Jan. … more
3036 Minnehaha Ave.612-438-2437Taproom opening soon When three friends working at Northern Brewery, a home brewer supply company, first started talking about opening their own brewery and taproom, … more
2619 28th Ave. S.612-276-1000 When Nathan Karnitz was attending graduate school at Carlson School of Management, he submitted a business plan to start a distillery in Minneapolis. Once graduated, … more
Urban Forage Winery and Cider House3016 East Lake Street612-584-4398Tasting room just openedUrban Forage Winery and Cider House creates wines and hard ciders made from local ingredients. The idea for … more
3550 E 46th St, Minneapolis info@vennbrewing.com Taproom open Venn Brewing has already opened the doors of their taproom. Connie Sisco, one of Venn’s owners and the brewery’s director … more
Imagine you are a 27-year old black woman. You put yourself through school at Metro State while working full-time. You have been working since you were 19 years old, just like your mother did when … more
A young man on a South Minneapolis street was fighting against heavy odds. Seven other youths were attacking him. But someone intervened.“We took 10 guys and encircled the young man and got him … more
When Kia Bible went to 38th St. and Chicago Ave. four days after George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police, she had no idea she was about to be called into service. Moved by her 12-year-old … more
The League of Women Voters St. Paul works to make voting less intimidating for people.It is part of the larger national organization, the League of Women Voters, a civic organization in the United … more
For more than 80 years, Minneapolis southsiders have come to the corner of 38th St. and 42nd Ave. to receive their medical care. But that corner’s era as a medical destination … more
On the second and fourth Wednesday afternoons of the month since July, folks have put on masks and gathered outside the Bossen Park Apartments in Nokomis East. The 50 apartment buildings of various … more
Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s Minneapolis ReStore, is celebrating its fourth anniversary in the Seward-Longfellow community after being closed because of COVID-19 and the protests over the … more
When Sean Sherman goes to work every day, he isn’t just cooking for cooking’s sake. The Oglala Lakota Sioux chef, cookbook author, and promoter of Indigenous cuisine is reclaiming and … more
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