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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
Local brewers were among the booths dotting Boom Island Park during the 21st Autumn Brew Review on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022. There were among 95 breweries from across the state at the annual event … more
Local grocer Seward Co-op’s 50th anniversary is coming to a close this year, but there’s also another significant occasion taking place where many folks shop for sustainable and fair … more
On a Sunday afternoon in July, the Kingfield Farmers Market bustles with people browsing the various offerings. Even as rain clouds loom overhead, one of the busiest tents belongs to Red Wolf Chai, … more
Summer in the cities finds metro residents flocking like sheep to partake of the bounty offered at more than 15 local farmers market from various neighborhood locations. (See sidebar on page 3.) … more
In 2011, Our Streets Minneapolis hosted its first event on two miles of Lyndale Avenue. Since then, over 575,000 people have attended Open Streets events. After a pause in 2020 and a scaled down … more
The only true 0.0% non-alcholic craft beer in America was birthed in East Bde Maka Ska. When Paul Pirner decided to give up alcohol and couldn’t find an alternative he liked, he began brewing … more
Just what is a CSA?“A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a direct partnership between consumers and local producers,” explained Abby Rogosheske of Seward Co-op. “A consumer … more
The Lake Street Council has unveiled sneak peek images of a new outdoor art installation coming to Lake Street. A heart-shaped “We Love Lake Street” sculpture designed by the Chicago … more
As Ericsson resident Josh Klauck tells it, he and a few friends were drinking beer at Buster’s on 28th, wondering what was going on with the old hardware store space next door at 4208 S. 28th … more
Dream of Wild Health is one of the longest operating Native American-led nonprofits in the Twin Cities. Since 1998, they have been working to restore Indigenous relationship with the land, and to … more
Every Monday morning, Christopher Allison and Craig Drehmel meet at the Fresh Thyme grocery store parking lot in Southeast Minneapolis, where pallets of food are waiting to be loaded. Allison opens … more
In 1919, as a great flu pandemic was winding down, Minnesota’s representative in congress Andrew Volstead, helped pass a Constitutional Amendment, HR 6810, also known as prohibition. After Jan. … more
3036 Minnehaha Ave.612-438-2437Taproom opening soon When three friends working at Northern Brewery, a home brewer supply company, first started talking about opening their own brewery and taproom, … more
2619 28th Ave. S.612-276-1000 When Nathan Karnitz was attending graduate school at Carlson School of Management, he submitted a business plan to start a distillery in Minneapolis. Once graduated, … more
Urban Forage Winery and Cider House3016 East Lake Street612-584-4398Tasting room just openedUrban Forage Winery and Cider House creates wines and hard ciders made from local ingredients. The idea for … more
3550 E 46th St, Minneapolis info@vennbrewing.com Taproom open Venn Brewing has already opened the doors of their taproom. Connie Sisco, one of Venn’s owners and the brewery’s director … more
When Sean Sherman goes to work every day, he isn’t just cooking for cooking’s sake. The Oglala Lakota Sioux chef, cookbook author, and promoter of Indigenous cuisine is reclaiming and … more
When Chef Hide Tozawa was anticipating the grand opening of his Longfellow restaurant two months ago, he thought it might be slow going for a while. So much had happened this summer. He wasn’t … more
As people use public land more and family budgets get skinnier, Tim Clemens of Ironwood Foraging is helping build more resilient communities. He does that by sharing knowledge … more
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