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Sept. 11, 2022, marked the last day of service for a while at Calvary Lutheran Church (3901 Chicago Ave.). It looked a little different on this day, mostly celebratory, a little bittersweet, with … more
Who’s right? Who’s wrong? And how does it affect the kids?Figuring out family dynamics in custody cases can be tricky, but the Battered Women’s Justice Project (BWJP) in St. Paul … more
More than 10 years after Highland Park’s massive Ford assembly plant closed, a new planned community is taking shape on the former plant’s sprawling site overlooking the Mississippi … more
A showstopper exhibitionWhen cooler temps and shorter days signal the Fall Arts Season in the metro area, there are many cultural activities competing for attention. As always, this column strives to … more
Standish tile artist Haruko Ruggiero always had a sense that she would develop her own “something” related to interior design and patterns. She began by fashioning together mosaics. … more
LAKE NOKOMIS WATER STUDYProfessor Joe Magner, research scientist Kerry Holmberg and M.S. graduate student Grace Andriacchi, from the University of Minnesota, are researching water and sinking ground … more
Many of the businesses along 34th Ave. have planted perennials to pollinate bees and butterflies. Many of the businesses have no outside faucets to water the plants. Many of them have to be hand … more
Please see this blog on how the East Phillips Urban Farm shows the city of Minneapolis’ disregard for its promises to stop systemic racism. It's such an important issue for not only East … more
Is it Halloween? Are there ghosts in my house? I can only focus on what is in front of me. What is this me being scared? It's a mystery. Do you ever get scared? Is it a mystery to you? Tell yourself, … more
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide rates in Minnesota declined slightly in 2020, but it’s important to remember there were a record number of suicides in 2019, and this is … more
This summer, you may have brought your houseplants outside to enjoy the warmth and humidity – I certainly did! As the nights get colder and days get shorter, it’s time to bring … more
Longfellow Community Council has joined forces with Free the Deeds to engage residents in conversations around racial covenants. Free the Deeds is an artist-led initiative that illuminates our common … more
Protect Lake Nokomis and Minnehaha Creek Now is a great time to adopt a drain near you. This year's drought has stressed our trees, which could make for an early leaf drop. Storm drains flow directly … more
League of Women Voters Minneapolis will host a candidate forum for Minneapolis School Board. All candidates on the general election ballot have been invited.  Advancing Equity Coalition is a … more
A few dozen residents filed into an upstairs gymnasium at Sabathani Community Center (310 E. 38th St.) on Aug. 29 to talk about public safety – specifically as it relates to planned road … more
This month, the city is starting a new Neighborhood Traffic Calming process intended to make things more transparent and predictable. According to the report presented to the city council in … more
In 1988, Stuart Pimsler created “Swimming to Cecile,” a performance work dedicated to his mother who died in a car accident when he was 15. “Cecile,” a lamentation inspired by … more
Outside of Children’s Minnesota Hospital – Minneapolis (2525 Chicago Ave.) and M Health Fairview Southdale Hospital (6401 France Ave. S.), nurses in bright red T-shirts held signs with … more
Before Lake Street was a popular hub of Minneapolis, it was a rural area where farming was prevalent. There were rarely any streetcars or buses that rode up and down the street, but rather, horses … more
Zaynab Mohamed, 25, won the Democratic Farmer Labor (DFL) party primary in Senate District 63, and will face the Republican party nominee Shawn Holster in November. If elected in the typically strong … more
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