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At a neighborhood meeting at Sabathani Community Center on October 24, Minneapolis’ Community Planning & Economic Development (CPED) agency announced plans to purchase the former Speedway … more
Bethlehem Covenant Church3141 43rd Ave. S. • Pastor Colleen Nelson(Handicapped Accessible)Traditional Service – 9 AMContemporary Service –10:30 … more
In a blog post for Barnes & Noble, local author Marcie Rendon writes of the stories that lurk at the edge of our consciousness, waiting to be told. Stories that are “too disturbing, too … more
The Longfellow Nokomis Messenger has expanded home delivery into the Standish neighborhood, and now covers all of the area served by the Standish-Ericsson neighborhood association. The expanded … more
At a neighborhood meeting at Sabathani Community Center on October 24, Minneapolis’ Community Planning & Economic Development (CPED) agency announced plans to purchase the former Speedway … more
The world of queer synchronized swimming is very small. But the Subversive Sirens, a non-binary synchronized swimming team out of Minnesota, is making a big splash. (Forgive the pun.) Advocating … more
On Nov. 30, community advocate and City Hall Policy Aide Aurin Chowdhury announced her candidacy for Minneapolis City Council in Ward 12. Incumbent Ward 12 Councilmember Andrew Johnson announced his … more
Jerome Evans announces his bid for Minneapolis City Council in the 12th Ward. Current Ward 12 Council Member Andrew Johnson is not seeking reelection. "In Minneapolis we work hard and our values are … more
What do you do when a foster child you have raised for several years is suddenly going home to her birth parents? How do you react the first time the school principal calls you in to discuss a … more
It was Dec. 30, 1948, that the Riverview Theater at 3800 42nd Avenue opened its doors, showing the film “June Bride,” starring Bette Davis. The neighborhood icon caters to its community … more
In 2021, retired University of Minnesota filmmaker Paul Eide and a few members of his family pictured a way to fight pandemic isolation – a way that creatively drew them together.Just before … more
As fall turns to winter, you may be looking at the bare, brown branches in your yard and wondering when to cut them back. Overall, the answer is not yet! But there’s lots to think about before … more
You have probably heard of Asa’s Bakery by now, but just in case you haven’t, it’s time to tell you about a little shop located on 5011 S 34th Ave.When first walking into the shop, … more
Our SENA team has changed and we are happy to be working with a team of committed volunteer board members. Our monthly board meetings occur the second Monday of every month (federal holidays … more
As I’m writing this, snow is falling outside announcing winter’s arrival. With the snowfall and bitter cold temperatures, we prepare to leave another year behind, but not first without … more
HEALING WATERS QIGONGHealing Waters Qigong now meets in the Lake Hiawatha Park Building. "Improve your health, increase energy, connect with community and learn how to activate healing from within in … more
Classics Lost ‘n’ Found Theater company presents the premiere of “A Christmas Carol Krampus or It’s A Pretty OK Life,” a new holiday production for adults, written and … more
MINNEHAHA PARKWAYDue to the recent cold weather and snow, construction has wrapped up for the year on a project to improve safety for trail users and drivers along Minnehaha Parkway Regional Trail … more
The 2022 midterm election provided many firsts for Hennepin County and Minnesota as a whole. Black women will serve in the Minnesota Senate for the first time with the election of Zaynab Mohamed, … more
Local journalism is facing an existential crisis because of Big Tech's abusive business tactics.   In the early days of the internet, the news was something you had to go out of your way … more
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