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For the Indigenous people and allies living in south Minneapolis, the Roof Depot conflict is an issue of life or death. And they can back it up with data.Their decade-long fight to stop a city-run … more
Minneapolis has a 10-year path to establish a more resilient, just, and equitable food system in the city. The Minneapolis Food Vision (MFV) plan prioritizes six goals that are focused on local food … more
The four residents vying for the Ward 12 City Council seat being vacated by Andrew Johnson shared their views during a candidate forum on March 8, 2023 at Nokomis recreational center. Candidates … more
Chants of “Trans Liberation/Not Assimilation” rang outside the Lake Street/Midtown station on a snowy evening March 9, 2023, as 200 people rallied to celebrate and defend trans lives. The … more
“Our vision is a Little Free Library in every community and a book for every reader,” said LFL Director of Communications Margret Aldrich, who lives in the Fulton neighborhood. “We … more
New shelter housing on 27th Ave.This month, Agate participated in two meetings about their new shelter housing project coming to the Longfellow neighborhood. Agate purchased a lot on the 2800 block … more
VINE ARTS CENTER PHOTO EXHIBIT OPENS The Vine Arts Center is pleased to present, “The Ways We See It: SelecHons From Four Vine Arts Center Photographers”, an exciting and provocative … more
After two and a half years, Longfellow residents have the opportunity to tell the city what they want at the Third Precinct site (Minnehaha and E. Lake St.). However, the city is only giving the … more
Minneapolis is suffering from a severe lack of affordable housing. Renters in the city make up 48% of residents and, according to Minnesota Compass, 46% of those renters are cost-burdened households. … more
Longfellow Community Council is excited to announce that we’re looking for candidates to apply to our Board of Directors! Historically, governing boards have not been accessible spaces for … more
These days, Nancie Hamlett has an easy, hassle-free way to recharge her Chevy Bolt. She can drive into Becketwood’s basement garage and plug her all-electric Bolt into a standard 110 … more
PARK NEWSSibley and Phelps Parks’ new Recreation Supervisor is John Dahl. John takes over for Jotika Weitz-Handy, who is now at the Nokomis Community Center. Dahl is a south Minneapolis native … more
Anyone attending a protest or march for justice in the Twin Cities over these past few years has undoubtedly heard a call carry over the crowd: “Listennn!” It’s a sure bet … more
The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners wants to cut waste. And according to a recent county report there is roughly 2.8 trillion pounds of waste produced in the county every year. That is over … more
Leaves rustle in a dry creek bed, tiny fish drift ever so slightly in stagnant pools of murky water. Drips slip past and quietly fall over the limestone cliff. While the mighty gush of Minnehaha … more
Over a hundred Minneapolis Police Officers and 50 squads shut down an eight-block radius around the Roof Depot site on Tuesday evening, Feb. 21, 2023, at about 6:15 p.m., and forcibly removed … more
Longfellow resident Delaney Russell was shocked when a Minneapolis Police Officer pushed her back on the slippery sidewalk when the occupation at the Roof Depot site was being cleared by over 100 … more
The words of Eritrean immigrant Elsa Rezene sparked the Dream Sequences pop-up public art gallery at the corner of 36th Ave. and East Lake Street.She said, “It’s never too late to start … more
The city is poised to take a big step this spring when it enshrines zoning regulations that will guide the city’s growth for decades to come. Ward 7 City Council Member Lisa Goodman, who chairs … more
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