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Lighting on river parkway Park Board Commissioner Becky Alper announced that she is working to amend the park’s state legislative agenda to advocate for statewide solutions to the copper … more
Another new year is something to celebrate. So is our next " Let's Connect ," the Southwest Connector's new community speaker series that celebrates great locals doing great things. After … more
For 25 years, the warm glow of hundreds of luminaries have lit Dupont/King’s Highway on Christmas Eve. The annual event not only brings neighbors together, but it has raised over $50,000 for … more
You may have noticed a series of recent articles and podcasts about the emotional and physical health risks of loneliness. Everyone is writing about it, among them Hillary Clinton, David Brooks, … more
Greater Longfellow includes the Longfellow, Cooper, Howe, and Hiawatha neighborhoods. We are home to more than 22,000 residents, over 500 businesses, 4 schools, 22 churches, 4 parks, 2 major business … more
The Longfellow Business Directory has been an important part of the Longfellow community going back to the 1990s. It was started to help foster better communication within the business community, and … more
The Minneapolis City Council has concluded their deliberations on the 2024 Budget Markup and finalized an omnibus budget to be formally approved next week. Council met as the Budget Committee on … more
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) will hold a Special meeting this week on November 29 at 10:15 A.M. at the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) … more
Minneapolis is filled with great local people doing great things in the world. The Southwest Connector will showcase them with "Let's Connect," a new community speakers series. Every month, the … more
After the Minneapolis city council and mayor approved putting a new police headquarters at 2633 Minnehaha Ave., the Longfellow Community Council (LCC) started working on a community benefits … more
Through the end of November 2023, visitors can view the photography of Nedahness Rose Greene alongside KingDemetrius Pendleton’s work at his new place, Listen 2 Us Studio (3730 Chicago Ave.). … more
The goal of the project was to transform the bridge into an attractive, valued gateway between the Seward and Longfellow neighborhoods and to artistically engage high school youth in an initiative to … more
The community objection to the Minneapolis Public School (MPS) district’s announcement to demolish the playground at the now-closed Cooper school convinced the district to delay the demolition … more
The Longfellow-Nokomis area will see few changes in city council representation following the Nov. 7, 2023 election where all 13 Minneapolis City Council seats were on the ballot and all the … more
MORE ON MEDICARE DURING  OPEN ENROLLMENT This is more about what I am thinking, learning experiencing in my life as an elder. In the interest of full disclosure, as I write I am wearing my … more
Power is generated: electric power, community power, people power. This past August, a delegation of fifteen Minnesotans visited the island of Puerto Rico to learn from communities on the frontlines … more
How about a shoveling contest? Last winter may have been the worst winter for ice that I’d seen in all my 63 years. I often found it challenging to walk on the sidewalks, even when … more
Arnée Martin wanted 100 rejections.  “The worst they can say is no,” Martin said.  As an artist applying for grants and scholarships, the TikTok trend of … more
In an exciting development for the local television landscape, “Inside Senior Living,” a groundbreaking docu-series, has announced its partnership with PBS North. The series, set to … more
The 38th and Chicago Community Co-Creation Team (the CCT) has partnered with the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota and the McKnight Foundation to design and … more
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