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“Cowboy Cat: the musical!” will premiere at the Minnesota Fringe Festival. Longfellow resident, Bob Alberti, is a supporting actor in this show. "Cowboy Cat: the musical!" is an original … more
Bring your friends and families of all ages together for a casual (or competitive) run/walk against racism. Through this event, we will race forward to advance the mission of YWCA Minneapolis to … more
It is an exciting moment when a writer’s first novel is published. But when that first novel is also turned into a movie, the feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction can be … more
The new Nokomis East Neighborhood Association Executive Director Brandon Long is no stranger to neighborhood work.“I’ve learned that community is immensely powerful,” said Long. … more
By CHLOE PETER In fifth grade, Simone Hardeman-Jones was asked to identify a social problem and identify a solution. She chose to have her classmates and community help her in writing letters to a … more
Early voting in the Aug. 9, 2022, primary election is now underway. There is plenty to choose from on the ballot this year on the federal, state and more local levels. Even if you are not interested … more
Tomatoes are one of the most popular crops among home gardeners – in our neighborhood, it seems like every other house has at least a couple of tomato plants in the yard. Every year, I look … more
Environmental conservation is not an individual responsibility, but a collective one. The residents of Greater Longfellow consistently prioritize the preservation of the neighborhood’s natural … more
National Night Out Aug. 2National Night Out (NNO) will be on Aug. 2 this year. NNO takes place every year on the first Tuesday in August, and is organized by registered block club leaders. Events are … more
Shun Tillman to lead crime prevention teamIn June, former 3rd precinct Crime Prevention Specials, Shun Tillman, was promoted to the position of manager of the city’s crime prevention specialist … more
On June 21, Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis marked the opening of a new location for Hope Street for Youth, the largest emergency shelter for youth in the state of Minnesota. Hope … more
Carolyn Holbrook loves to bring people together to discuss difficult issues. As an educator, author and advocate for the healing power of the arts, she has spent much of her life doing just that. … more
The last 20 years has provided a technological revolution, but educational outcomes have remained largely unchanged. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Minnesota has some of the … more
The 27th Avenue block between Lake and 31st Street bustled with community life. The block included a Latino night club, a popular Indian-Bangladeshi restaurant, and a community organization serving … more
It has been a little more than four months since Minneapolis Office of Performance and Innovation launched the Behavioral Crisis Response (BCR) team’s pilot project, Canopy Roots. It is the … more
Following a tragedy like the murder of George Floyd, it can be difficult for a community to see any glimmers of hope. But after his killing and the social unrest that followed, neighborhoods began to … more
A bodacious birthday bash draws far-flung fans. What took so long?To create something entirely new, never seen, touched or heard before – something that resonates deeply with the beholder … more
Amid complaints of a racist work environment raised by city employees and with a Human Resources investigation underway, a divided Minneapolis City Council approved the mayor’s nomination of … more
The Democratic Farmer Labor (DFL) Senate District 62 primary race between first-term incumbent Omar Fateh and union leader Shaun Laden is heating up as Fateh is facing questions about past campaign … more
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