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Patrick Stephenson, a Minneapolis resident, peddled on his electric cargo bike from the Minnesota State Capitol, cheering as music blasted from DJ Eric on Saturday, June 17, 2023. The Joyful Riders … more
Police won’t be moving back into the Third Precinct building at East Lake St. and Minnehaha Ave. that was set ablaze after the murder of George Floyd by Third Precinct officers. After … more
The Minneapolis city council voted in June to end the effort to get a rent stabilization proposal on the ballot this year.  In narrow 5-4 vote, the council rejected sending an ordinance … more
All students in the state of Minnesota will get free breakfast and lunch starting this next school year.  With more children now likely to eat two meals a day at school, many parents are … more
The  Lyndale Walkers have been purposely walking along their neighborhood streets to discourage crime for the last 30 years. On Sunday, May 21, 2023, the Lyndale Walkers met at the home of … more
“Tis the Season,” I murmur to myself as the aroma of smoke from woodfired charcoal graces my nostrils. I begin to imagine platters piled high with dry-rubbed pork ribs released from the … more
There’s a new pathway in southwest Minneapolis, but it’s not for people.  The Nicollet Avenue Pollinator Pathway is a series of 50 native plant gardens along and around Nicollet … more
The reduction of traffic lanes on Lyndale Ave from 31st St. to Franklin Ave. has improved safety and will remain in place.   Called the “4-3 Lane Pilot Project,” Hennepin … more
The plan for Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles was approved by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) of Commissioners at its meeting on July 5, 2023.  The Cedar-Isles Plan … more
By Evan Vezmar   ArtAble has had its fair share of changes during the pandemic.  Founded in 2007 and running as a nonprofit since 2010, this organization functions as an art … more
Sonny’s ice cream should absolutely be on every list of best patios in the city… and they serve wine. (Illustration by WACSO) more
Do creative, healing communities exist only in our dreams, or can they be realized? In early May, inside of the Bryant Lake Bowl Theater, an answer revealed itself to me at the Buffalo Show. It was … more
So, I’m not an album reviewer. (As some of you know, I’m not really a reporter either, I just kind of... talk). When I heard that Kingfield resident Scott Zosel had another album coming … more
Tell me a little about who Amy Sabatier of Amy Sabatier Designs is… Let’s start with where you are from… Excelsio, Minn. Tell us about your career as jewelry designer… … more
Richard Kronick (far right) discusses the seven flour mills that used to be located on Minnehaha Creek during a presentation on June 10, 2023 at Washburn Library.   It was the first event … more
Listening session on police The U.S. Department of Justice has issued the results of their investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department, and is now seeking community feedback on the … more
GIVE INPUT ON KMART/NICOLLET PROJECT The project team has recently launched Phase II of engagement for the New Nicollet Redevelopment project (the former Kmart site). They are asking for … more
Simone Hall, aka Athena, had the crowd in an uproar. The audience surrounded her, cheering louder than the music Dj Al Metro was playing from the overhead speakers. The 20-year-old had just won both … more
When it comes to curbside recycling in the city of Minneapolis, if it’s not paper, glass, metal, or a certain type of plastic, it has to go in the trash bin. But there’s a recycling … more
On June 14, Hennepin County Attorney Mary Moriarty announced a new initiative to address the surge in young people who are stealing cars.   Youth auto-theft has been on the rise in … more
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