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Little Free Library (LFL) is working on programs to address access to books. This includes the Read in Color Initiative, partnering with Banned Books Week Coalition, and the Indigenous Library … more
Despite an increase in the budget proposed by the mayor and with property taxes likely to increase for many property owners, only two of the nearly 100 comments received by the city so far have … more
Lyndale Neighborhood Association Board President Doug Herkenhoff made this announcement in the association’s e-newsletter on Nov. 28:  “As the LNA Board of Directors, we have … more
Simpson Housing Open House DEC. 3 Simpson Housing is temporarily relocating its shelter to Zion Lutheran Church in the Lyndale neighborhood in December. Join them at Zion, 128 West 33rd Street, … 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 city’s proposal to remove mature trees and parking along Summit Avenue to create a bike trail is creating controversy throughout the Twin Cities. More than 150 people attended an open house … more
Garden design preview party Nov. 17 Join the Kingfield Neighborhood Association for baked goods from Butter Bakery and a preview of the Nicollet Avenue Pollinator Pathway Project (P3) community … more
The area around Nicollet Ave. and Lake Street is slowly being rebuilt after damage from the Uprising following the murder of George Floyd. The new Lake Street Post Office at 110 E. 31st St. is … more
The Nicollet Redevelopment will take down barriers that have impacted residents and local businesses.  Lake Street and Nicollet Ave. was once an intersection of two commercial corridors. But … more
Community Fix It events This once-a-month program gives people the opportunity to learn how to fix small household items, tools, and textiles. No reservations are required and it is open to the … more
POSTERS FOR PARKS OCT. 22 Back in person at Royal Foundry Craft Spirits after two years of online-only sales, Twin Citians can once again come together for the annual Posters for Parks for Show. … more
A goal of the 2040 plan is to encourage equitable and affordable housing, but it also creates gaps for condominiums worth over $1.3 million.  A Linden Hills proposal by Sustainable 9 for four … more
Next year many neighborhood organizations in Minneapolis will be receiving less financial support from the city than they have for years, or even decades. While all 20 southwest neighborhood orgs … more
WESTMINISTER TOWN HALL FORUM BEGINS Are Americans hopelessly divided? Are the rifts in politics and culture insurmountable? Not according to the four speakers appearing this fall at the … more
Linden Hills Festival [Photo gallery]
Abbott and Chowen avenues are expected to remain dead end streets well into 2023 to allow for work on the West Lake Station and the West Lake Quarter apartment buildings before being re-connected by … more
POLLINATOR PATHWAY EDUCATION KICK-OFF Attend the Pollinator Pathway Education Kick-off on Sept. 29 from 6:30-8 p.m. University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardeners and volunteer landscaping … more
A few dozen residents filed into an upstairs gymnasium at Sabathani Community Center (310 E. 38th St.) on Aug. 29 to talk about public safety – specifically as it relates to planned road … more
Teaming up for good [Photo gallery]
It was sunny and 70 degrees for the 17th Annual Linden Hills Woofstock, and the pooches were not to be disappointed. Nor were the fans of The Disappointments, the latest teenage rock group coming … more
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