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When Chef Hide Tozawa was anticipating the grand opening of his Longfellow restaurant two months ago, he thought it might be slow going for a while. So much had happened this summer. He wasn’t … more
It’s no secret that Covid-19 has kept local theaters and audiences away from one another with no return in sight. Two weeks into the pandemic, Classics Lost ‘n’ Found Theater … more
Holiday boutiqueEpworth United Methodist Church (3207 37th Ave.) will be holding its Holiday Shopping Boutique on Friday, Nov. 20 noon to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Expect the … more
The Nokomis East Business Association (NEBA) is excited to announce our first ever Nokomis East Scavenger Hunt! This community event will run from Nov.28 through Dec.12 to kick-off the holiday … more
As the U.S. Small Business Administration continues working with lenders nationwide on the Paycheck Protection Program and processing PPP loan forgiveness, the SBA Minnesota District shares five PPP … more
Food distributionPlease join NENA on the second and fourth Wednesday of November and on Dec. 16 for our free food and supply distribution. We offer a wide selection of fresh produce, dairy, meat, … more
Because fit mothers are losing custody and children are being harmed, supporters of Safe Child Act want to make sure family court focuses on child safety over parents rights By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN … more
Andrew Johnson In one of the paragraphs that follow, Ward 12 council member Andrew Johnson speaks to the power of language. When asked about the monumental changes facing the … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN When Ward 12 resident Kate Stevens was growing up in a small town outside Sioux City, Iowa, she was, by her own description, “a naughty teenager.” She got herself into some … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Abigail Cerra, Ward 12 representative on the Police Conduct Oversight Committee, said, “We have got to figure out this criminal justice system. We can no longer look away.” … more
Robin Wonsley Hundreds of people gathered in a parking lot on the 2600 block of Minnehaha Ave. on Sept. 16, 2020 to protest city council plans to lease an adjacent space as temporary … more
How life experiences brought Jason Sole to where he is today Hamline University adjunct criminal justice professor Jason Sole calls himself a survivor of the War on Drugs. He … more
Eric Olson with with Sarah and Wren (4 yr-old) and Hazel (blonde 2-yr-old) Eric Olson is thinking long term when he looks at the financial benefits of his investment in in a solar … more
Longfellow contractor Phillip Hide can often make a bathroom or kitchen work better by reconfiguring the space. (Photo submitted) COVID-19 has changed the remodeling business … more
Groundcover spreads early in the spring, and forsythia offers an early pollen and nectar source for bees. (Photo submitted) Russ Henry started gardening with his mom when he … more
Longtime Buck Brothers employees Scott Vetsch (left) and Buzzy Napoly return to install new windows at a home where they built a garage previously. (Photo by Tesha M. … more
Community members push city to use former Roof Depot site to solve current needs There are some nights in Cedar Field Park that "there's a fog in the air we don't know where … more
Global Shapers Community is a network of young people working together to address local, regional, and global challenges. Locally, they are collaborating to support the East Phillips Indoor Urban … more
As people use public land more and family budgets get skinnier, Tim Clemens of Ironwood Foraging is helping build more resilient communities. He does that by sharing knowledge … more
A Rusty Patched Bumblebee has a yellow thorax (body) with a black spot between the wings. The rusty patch, which is an area of rust-colored hairs, is on the front of the second … more
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