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On Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2023, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) Commissioners voted to name a previously unnamed overlook near the intersection of West River Parkway and East 44th Street … more
Tubman, an innovative organization dedicated to providing support and resources to individuals and families affected by domestic violence and trauma, is raising funds to add a pet shelter. Tubman's … more
38th/Hiawatha intersection improvements On Nov. 14, a Minneapolis Bicycle Advisory subcommittee received a report from Minneapolis Public Works and Metro Transit staff about a plan to make … more
Debbie Beck created a book swap for her kids’ school years ago when her two kids were only in kindergarten and first grade. “We knew there were children who didn’t have books, and … more
Five families of people killed by law enforcement are filing suit against the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. The families are represented by Paul Bosman, Chief Counsel of the CUAPB … more
Did you know that a number of members of the Nokomis East Business Association (NEBA) both live and operate their businesses within the Nokomis community?   NEIL OXENDALE Neil … more
Although it’s been a mild fall so far, winter is rapidly approaching. Something that has always helped me maintain a good attitude despite Minnesota’s cold, snow, and short days, is … more
This fall, Bloomington, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, St. Louis Park, and St. Paul all used ranked choice voting for their municipal elections and were among 21 cities in seven states using ranked choice … more
Well friends, my time in office has come to an end. I want to thank you, the people of Ward 12, for giving me the opportunity to serve you over the past decade, and for your tremendous support along … more
The Longfellow-Nokomis area will see few changes in city council representation following the November 7 election results where all 13 Minneapolis City Council seats were on the ballot and all the … more
There is still time to comment on the city of Minneapolis 2024 budget before it is approved in early December.  Council members will be drafting amendments this month, and their last chance … 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
Terrell Woods, who goes by the stage name of Carnage, the Executioner, took some time recently to reflect on his career as a beat box artist and rapper. The Saint Paul musician has built a … 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
A recent Gallup study showed that America’s confidence in the national mass media has reached a near record low. While that’s disturbing, it’s not unexpected.  The digital age … more
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey declared Sept.14, 2023, "Abbott Northwestern Hospital Day," as hospital management broke ground on a new building that same day.    What the public doesn't … more
  As we approach Election Day, I am often asked what I think about the candidates running to fill this open seat given the insight I have into the role and dynamics at city hall. I am happy … more
It has been over three years since Gandhi Mahal, a well-known and popular restaurant at 3009 27th Ave. S. in Minneapolis, was burned down during the social uprising following the death of George … more
Attention has refocused on the city-owned lot at 2600 Minnehaha Ave. as the future workplace for the police assigned to the southside’s 3rd Precinct.  On Oct. 17, 2023, after being … more
The distinctive wail of a fire truck rarely means what it did two decades ago. Author Jeremy Norton, fire captain and emergency medical technician (EMT) at Minneapolis Fire Station 17, makes that … more
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