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Longfellow Community Council (LCC) and community partners hosted a press conference in the City Hall Rotunda on Tuesday, May 16 at 10 a.m. to stand together against the current engagement process and … more
Lake Street will be torn up over the next two summers to create the new 12.6-mile Bus Rapid Transit B Line. The majority of construction along this line will be done east of Hiawatha this year, and … more
The research for Thomas Becknell’s recent book, “Enchantments of the Mississippi,” began years before he actually wrote the book. “At the outset, I must have read at least a … more
The plan to reopen Nicollet Ave at Lake Street is slowly moving forward. Demolition of the buildings on the former Kmart site is scheduled next year with street construction aimed for 2025. This … more
In 1992, Theater Mu was founded in St. Paul to tell stories from the heart of the Asian American experience, and now, we are in the middle of celebrating our 30th anniversary season. Four world … more
HUGE Improv Theater is excited to announce that it is moving from its original home at 3037 Lyndale Avenue in Minneapolis, up the street to a larger space at 2728 Lyndale. The Twin Cities Improv … more
Shows are small and intimate at the 318 Cafe (318 Water St., Excelsior) - and that’s just how co-owner Matt Muller wants it. He and Suzie Reed of Bloomington purchased the cafe from Kate and … more
Two Armatage residents are wrapping up a run in “The Prom” at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater, and looking ahead to “Jersey Boys.” Spouses Tony Vierling and Michael Gruber … more
For the first time, “An American Tail” is being brought to stage, and the world premier is in southwest Minneapolis at the Children’s Theatre Company. The 1986 animated musical … more
Man’s best friend…or is it best friend’s man? (Illustration by WACSO) more
Have you ever met someone and wondered, “Why are we suppose to meet?” Does it make you wonder as to why your paths have crossed? Are you curious if you had met at in a different time and … more
My mother died of metastatic breast cancer two months after her 62nd birthday. I celebrated my 62nd birthday earlier this month. My reflections and emotions are all over the place. She had a double … more
Former Ward 7 Council Member and school board member Pat Scott died April 29, 2023 at age 86. “I wanted to start off this newsletter to offer a few thoughts on the passing of a devoted public … more
Anthony Middle School addition Plans have been approved for the Anthony Middle School, at 5757 Irving Ave. S., for a new 3,352-square-foot entry and stair addition to meet Minneapolis Public … 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
Dozens of neighbors attended a Ward 8 city council candidate forum at St. Peter’s AME Church on April 25, 2023. Candidates included Andrea Jenkins, the current City Council president; and Soren … more
The Minnesota Streetcar Museum’s fleet of historic streetcars returned to the rails in Linden Hills last month, giving people of all ages the chance to ride on a little piece of Minneapolis … more
After public disagreements about how to manage tent communities last October, the Minneapolis City Council took up the issue again in April 2023. During a nearly three-hour long meeting, they … more
Stumbling over bicycles and skateboards in the back of the garage, your fall is broken by the lawn mower handle. Wrestling your new turf terrorizer out of its winter hold, a vague memory forms of the … more
Duck hunting, Lake Harriet style. (Illustration by WACSO) more
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