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LAND BANK appoints new executive director Land Bank Twin Cities, a nonprofit organization that works to break barriers to equitable real estate development and provide investment opportunities for … more
Soren Stevenson earned the DFL endorsement for Ward 8 City Council at its convention on May 20. Of the delegates, 68% voted for Stevenson on the first ballot and over 29% for Council President Andrea … more
PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA SHOW MAY 20 On Saturday, May 20, the Minnesota Philharmonic Orchestra, the United States’ first orchestra organized to represent and support the queer and allied … more
In the spring of 2020, when the social distancing mandate was putting restaurants and shops out of business and driving the rest of us nuts, a team of friends pulled together to create a wonderful … more
Linden Hills Neighborhood Garage Sale May 20 Every year, Linden Hills hosts one of the city’s largest garage sales with 40-50 residents participating. This year, treasure seekers should mark … more
Neighborhood Day May 13Minneapolis residents can picture the neighborhood they want to live in and then help make that vision a reality. Many of Minneapolis’ 70 neighborhood organizations are … more
BDE MAKA SKA PAVILIONConstruction on a new concessions pavilion area at Bde Maka Ska continued to progress throughout the winter with work on the building interiors. Starting Monday, April 3, … more
BETTER BUS ROUTES Metro Transit has a little-known program called Better Bus Routes. The primary purpose of this program is to simplify bus routes by trimming branches (versions of a route with the … 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
SWHS 80s ALL-CLASS REUNION June 17To celebrate the 40th anniversary of graduating from Minneapolis Southwest High School, the Class of 1983 is hosting an 80s All-Class Reunion on Saturday, June 17, 7 … more
The quarterly Metro Transit service change March 18, 2023 is going to be a sleeper. Even though we were promised that a hiring blitz would alleviate the driver shortage and enable a return to the … more
Well, it’s an ongoing debate, pointed out longtime resident Sarah Linnes-Robinson. She’s the executive director of the Kingfield Neighborhood Association.  The city calls the … more
WANT COMMUNITY CONTROL OF POLICE? According to Minneapolis for Community Control of Police (Mpls4CCP), work groups, panels, and community review boards have little to no power to stop or prevent … more
Due to rapidly deteriorating ice on Bdé Umáŋ / Lake Harriet, Art Shanty Projects’ annual program will be presented as “Plan Beach” this year instead of … more
2312 Lyndale Avenue fire Last Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022 a condemned apartment building at 2312 Lyndale Avenue was destroyed by a fire. The incident is currently under investigation and building slated … more
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 PARKWAY Due 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
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