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Supporters of the East Phillips Indoor Urban Farm rallied on Thursday night, Sept. 23 in between two votes that will determine the future of the project. On Wednesday, Sept. 22, the city council … more
'HUMAN TOLL: A public history of 35W' opens Oct. 2A new exhibit at Hennepin History Museum (HHM) explores community resistance and resilience and illustrates how freeway construction destroyed and … more
The Debreselam Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church of Our Savior (EOTC) congregation is searching for answers, after land it owns in the Seward neighborhood was occupied by a homeless encampment this … more
The pollution from the city’s proposed plan to expand its public works facility at Hiawatha and E. 26th would affect a majority of South Minneapolis, pointed out representatives of the East … more
Bartell honored Dawn Bartell, a local American Family Insurance agency owner (4020 Minnehaha Ave. Suite 1010) has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American … more
As more people see the need to not just talk about environmental justice and racism but to do something about it, support is growing for the East Phillips Urban Indoor Farm.During a virtual press … more
Augsburg employees made history on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021, becoming the first unionized professional staff at a private university in Minnesota. Professional and clerical employees voted … more
The combination of winter weather with its days of cold temperatures and shorter daylight hours, along with the isolation and fear caused by COVID-19, strikes a depressive chord within many. But if … more
A few weeks after the murder of George Floyd, I joined over 100 of my Seward neighbors at Matthews Park for an event sponsored by Boneshaker Books. We gathered to remember those killed by police and … 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
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
Patricia Torres Ray, Minnesota Senator 63 Melanie Majors, Longfellow Community Council Executive Director Why is the city leaving Longfellow residents and businesses out of its plans for … more
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