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Two new artist-created billboards are up on the rooftops at George Floyd Square. Part of the Social Justice Billboard Project, “La Conneccion,” by Maria Cristina “Tina” … more
Seven years ago, Wonderlust Productions co-artistic directors Alan Berks and Leah Cooper (both former South Minneapolis residents) began inviting people from the adoption community to share their … more
The Major Taylor Bicycling Club of Minnesota has been bringing diversity to Twin Cities cycling since it started in 1999. Co-founded by Louie Moore and Walter Griffin, the nonprofit … more
Sections of the Hi-Lake Shopping Center that burned down in the unrest following the murder of George Floyd are being rebuilt. Burlington Stores will open a new store at Hi-Lake Shopping Center (2124 … more
Know someone making an impact in the community?A new web docuseries called INVOLVD by Minneapolis company ADX is highlighting people making outsized contributions in their Twin Cities communities, … more
Jim Walsh has spent much of his life as an observer. The Minneapolis writer, journalist, columnist and song writer’s most recent book, “Fear and Loving in South Minneapolis,” is a … more
The city of Minneapolis has implemented even-odd water sprinkling restrictions until further notice. Sprinkling lawns is NOT allowed from noon to 6 p.m. on any day. On calendar days that are even … more
Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota (LSS) has recognized Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Minneapolis as the 2021 Servant of Christ Award winner for the Minneapolis Area Synod of the Evangelical … more
Friends of Mississippi River (FMR) is giving away free rain barrels and conversion kits this summer in partnership with the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization (MWMO). The barrels hold 55 … more
"(Pandemic) Motherhood, Labor and Loss," an event with Shannon Gibney, Kao Kalia Yang, and Catherine Squires will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 4, at Dreamsong Art Gallery (1237 4th Street … more
Drop by Sibley Park on Aug. 18 from 6-8 p.m. for a hot dog picnic including all-beef franks, chips, beverage and a treat, along with games and more. Vegan and vegetarian hot dog options available. … more
The 2021 Hennepin County Master Gardener Volunteer Learning Garden Tour is being held virtually this year. The tour will be released on Friday, Sept.10 at 3 p.m. along with a number of other virtual … more
The ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk Twin Cities wil be held on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021 at Lake Nokomis. Register for free at www.zerocancer.run/twincities. The event benefits prostate cancer patients … more
Get information on Ward 12 city council candidates during a candidate forum on Aug. 4 from 6:30-8 p.m. The event is a joint effort, brought to you by Longfellow Community Council, Nokomis East … more
This is part of a series about the 2021 municipal elections by the League of Women Voters Minneapolis.Minneapolis residents can say goodbye to voting for the lesser of two evils thanks to Ranked … more
After a nine-month initiative to define and document reform issues related to public safety, the League of Women Voters Minneapolis (LWVMpls) has published results of its study, "Reimagining Public … more
At its July 21 meeting, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) Commissioners voted unanimously to support a tax levy increase request to the Board of Estimate and Taxation (BET) of 7.75 percent … more
NENA Annual Meeting – We will be hosting an in-person event on Aug. 17 at Lake Nokomis Community Center Picnic Shelter (2401 E. Minnehaha Parkway). Learn about neighborhood news, hear from … more
As our unusually dry summer continues in Minnesota, this is a great time to think about smarter ways to water your yard and garden. The same source of water supplies our kitchen taps and our garden … more
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