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If you thought the 350 or so Minneapolis and St. Paul small business owners on Lake Street and West Broadway in Minneapolis, and University Avenue in St. Paul’s Midway who watched their … more
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) has been following a phased approach to reopening recreation centers this year after closing due to the pandemic. Five more recreation centers … more
The University of Minnesota is a part of a multi-institutional effort to bring forward an innovative and free open-source software — Urban InVest — developed by the Natural Capital … more
Find LoLa art and artists again during the Longfellow Artists’ Weekend, a low-key neighborhood art crawl organized by the League of Longfellow Artists (LoLa). "Our artists are eager to greet … more
Archaeologists under the direction of the Minnesota Historical Society have recently identified artifacts and stone foundations around Historic Fort Snelling, including items that show Native … more
Election Day is Nov. 2, 2021. Do you have your plan to vote? You want to vote in the November Minneapolis local election! Your city is important to you. You care about racial justice, housing, … more
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), landmark legislation that prohibits discrimination against individuals living with disabilities, has put the force of law behind mandates for equal access … more
If you drive a car, walk, bicycle, live in a house or apartment, have a pet, discard trash, flush the toilet, or breathe the air in the city of Minneapolis, you have a vested interest in who runs our … more
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETYShall the Minneapolis City Charter be amended to strike and replace the Police Department with a Department of Public Safety which could include licensed peace officers … more
The Minneapolis Charter Commission – How it worksThe Charter Commission oversees the Charter, the City’s “Constitution,” which specifies how Minneapolis operates and what it … more
By JAN WILLMSAs Gandhi Mahal, the restaurant known for its sustainable food practices and community service, as well as its mouth-watering Indian dishes, was burned to the ground May 28, 2020, in the … more
In an effort to save Lake Street’s iconic Coliseum Building from the wrecking ball, Redesign Inc. is purchasing the three-story brick building that has anchored the 27th and Lake intersection … more
One year after losing its newly renovated building in last year’s protest fires, MIGIZI organized a walk from its former location at 3017 27th Ave. S. to the building it has begun renovating at … more
Live shows are back at the Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge inside the old Firehouse 21 building at East Lake St. and Minnehaha Ave.This summer, concerts are taking place under the canopy set up … more
Midori and John Flomers, longtime proprietors of Midori’s Floating World Café at 2629 E. Lake St. in Longfellow are serving Japanese take-out from a temporary location: the Seward … more
On the approach to George Floyd Square from east 38th St., a new fist sculpture stands a block before the intersection. Stenciled on the street in front of it reads: WE STILL DEMAND followed by a … more
Longfellow Community Council (LCC) has bid farewell to its longest serving and only African American executive director.Melanie Majors' last day was June 18, 2021. She had been at the helm of the … more
On June 3, just hours after the city of Minneapolis removed its barricades from George Floyd Square, law enforcement officers killed another Black man in Minneapolis. His name was Winston Boogie … more
This is part of a series about the 2021 municipal elections by the League of Women Voters Minneapolis.When did you last enjoy a park? Did you have a picnic? Did you watch a little league game or take … more
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