News
605 results total, viewing 1 - 20
TMC Publication's three newspapers earned a total of 20 awards at this year's Better Newspaper Contest. Congrats to the winners! NEWS1) First Place, Sports Story - Eric Erickson, “Unforgettable … more
They say one person’s trash is another person’s treasure. That’s one of the leading philosophies behind a movement taking off in southwest Minneapolis.The “Buy Nothing” … more
The Twin Cities’ beloved chocolatier Mary Leonard of Chocolat Céleste didn’t take a day off work when she was being treated for breast cancer. Not even when she was dealing with … more
The city council is set to vote early this year on a groundbreaking racial equity framework that could guide city transportation planning and investment decisions for years to come.The draft Racial … more
HyggeCertainly, the long, cold, dark Minnesota winters can spark a melancholia for some. Yet frigid temperatures and spare daytime hours can also create the mood to hibernate, as other creatures of … more
Refugee and immigrant children in the U.S. often face trauma and systemic barriers including a lack of linguistically and culturally appropriate services, affordability, and stigma. These compounding … more
Social media is a big part of young people’s lives. It has its benefits, and being able to keep in touch with friends and family remotely was one of the saving graces in the early stages of the … more
After over two years of tenants organizing together, the Minneapolis City Council passed a comprehensive list of agreements entered into by Progress Residential, the manager for Front Yard … more
This year marked the 24th annual Dupont (King’s Highway) luminary lighting on Christmas Eve. The six blocks between 42nd and 47th Street participated, as well as 46th Street down to Lake … more
Have you ever wanted to do something totally unique? How about operating a trolley car? The Minnesota Streetcar Museum, one of the few “living history” museums in the Twin Cities, needs … more
Did you know that living with a clear purpose can improve your resilience, health, and relationships? The beginning of 2023 may be a perfect time to reflect on what gives you direction, why you get … 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
PLASTIC FREE CHALLENGEBe part of the solution to reduce waste, protect water and wildlife, address climate change, and look after the health of ourselves and future generations by joining the … more
East Harriet Neighborhood Association (EHNA) is seeking a Neighborhood Coordinator.• Part time (10-15 hours a week)• Flexible hours that include day meetings (with the city and/or the … more
Public school superintendent searchThis year, the Minneapolis Public School Board will be hiring a new superintendent who is expected to start working in July. The school board is seeking community … more
Lowry Hills will be getting more police patrols next year thanks to a nonprofit that will pay the city $112 an hour. Some are questioning this buyback program while there are staffing shortages.On … more
The Minneapolis city animal control facility isn’t the grim place many picture.“For a long time, this place would have been called a pound with all the negative aspects that … more
Erin Soderberg Downing never wanted to be a writer when she was a kid. In fact, she didn’t really like writing all that much. But she did love the adventures books could take her on, and her … more
Ever been accused of having a thin skin? When it comes to maintaining proper body temperature, this old adage is no joke. As we age, our metabolic rate decreases and our skin literally thins. Often, … more
Walking is one of those big early milestones in life. When you’re a kid, you have to walk before you can run. As you get older, walking is how we move through the world from task to task each … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 31 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 4 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.