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Event at Moon Palace Books celebrates immigrant and refugee-owned restaurants By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN The patio at Moon Palace Books is turning out to be the hot spot in Downtown Longfellow this … more
Cast metal during Make-and-Take event at Moon Palace Books Aug. 6 By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN For the sixth year, metal artists Jess Bergman Tank and Sara Hanson have been awarded a Community Arts Grant … more
By JILL BOOGREN On a picture perfect summer evening at Lake Nokomis, the water was calm and the west side dock was brimming with activity. A group of five kids and a couple of adults climbed into a … more
‘Simplify things’ By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN What can the Hiawatha Golf Course Community Advisory Committee (CAC) agree on? Towards the end of the sixth CAC … more
Commissioner Angela Conley wants constituents guiding decisions from the 24th floor A mural at the newly opened Funky Grits at Chicago Ave. and 38th. St. celebrates the contributions made by females … more
The Minneapolis City Council hasn't allowed these kids or those in support of a farm at the Roof Depot site to speak, so they gathered together on June 17 to flood city council member offices with … more
Study re-opens conversation about rehabbing bridge for bikes and peds while still carrying trains By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Executive director Soren Jensen, at right, said, “In my eight years at the … more
Students, community members learn about beekeeping from Pollinate Minnesota Tracy Young, Dowling Elementary School environmental education teacher, visits the school apiary. (Photo by Margie … more
"Anthropocenic Midden Survey - Lake Hiawatha Trash Survey 2019" is a public art installation that focuses on the top four corporations found in the trash at Lake Hiawatha. The outdoor display will be … more
Owner Julie Kearns seeks to align business and personal values Junket owner and creator Julie Kearns asked, “How can we make this the greenest neighborhood in America? Each of us can choose to set … more
After meeting at South Minneapolis Green Fair, two women decide to start the zero-waste store they’ve been looking for By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Tare Market co-owner Amber Haukedahl (left) helps … more
A group of 6th-8th graders who live in Longfellow rode their bikes to school every day this year – no matter how cold it was. They said that biking through the long 2019 winter was easier than they … more
Theo Byrnes is the owner of Paddle Bridge Guide Collective, a new service that brings people out on the Mississippi River Gorge in kayaks. (Photo by Margie O’Loughlin) By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Kayak … more
Newspapers have helped shape and form community identity within the two neighborhoods they serve By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN When 22-year-old Calvin deRuyter bought the Monitor in 1975 for $1 from … more
About 75 people attended the March 7 meeting to hear about, and offer input, on three possible options for the Hiawatha Golf Course property. (Photo by Tesha M. Christensen) Possible components … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Is Hiawatha Golf Course losing money or making money? Both options are asserted during community meetings. The confusion lies in whether people are looking at the audited or … more
By JILL BOOGREN Teachers at Roosevelt High School are teaming up to create a farm-to-table system that celebrates indigenous food. A new Three Sisters garden, along with a perennial community garden … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Community members shared their thoughts about the Hiawatha Golf Course during informal focus sessions in November. The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) held two of … more
Nokomis Area Groundwater and Surface Water Evaluation team discusses study results with residents By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Why are there higher levels of groundwater and standing water in previously … more
On July 25, the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board of Commissioners passed a resolution directing CAC members to reduce pumping at the golf course while also maintaining a minimum 9-hole course. … more
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