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Teens from area schools were among those who walked out of classes on Feb. 8, 2022, gathered at Central High School in St. Paul and marched to the Governor's Mansion. more
What is the history of the Bungalow Club?Longtime Bungalow Club President Tim Counts: The Twin Cities Bungalow Club was started in 1995 by Kristi Johnson, who lived with her husband in a Longfellow … more
Longtime Feline Rescue volunteer Nancy Miller writes monthly newsletters and works as a shift lead. “I love this work because I see first-hand the difference that volunteering makes in the … more
Southwest light-rail project transfer proposedState Senator Scott Dibble, announced that he will introduce a bill that would move responsibility of the Southwest Light Rail project from the … more
When family members of Amir Locke and community members gathered in the rotunda of Minneapolis City Hall on Feb. 4, 2022, his mother, Karen Wells, said in no uncertain terms: “I believe that he … more
Dozens gather at Minneapolis City Hall on Feb. 11 to hand deliver ethics complaints by 1,250 Minneapolis residents against Mayor Jacob Frey related to the killing by police of Amir Locke. “The … more
While people throughout Minneapolis continue to be devastated and shaken by the police killing of Amir Locke on Feb. 2, lawmakers have been working to respond. The formal investigation of the … more
Following a public hearing and unanimous support from the Public Works and Infrastructure committee, on Feb. 10, 2022, the Minneapolis City Council approved the appointment of Margaret Anderson … more
Minnesotans don’t know how to talk about race. But Dianne Haulcy is working to change that.Haulcy, who was born and raise in Minnesota and spent her formative years in Eagan, has a podcast … more
With its mid-month Valentine’s Day holiday, February is synonymous with love. And countless couples seal their love by entering committed relationships, whether marriage or domestic … more
Black History Month provides an enriching learning opportunity for children, families, and the community. The month of February can serve as a catalyst that sparks a daily leadership challenge to … more
What a time of transformation we are living in. It feels scary and exciting and overwhelming and brimming with new possibilities all at once. How are you navigating your stress? How are you … more
Many of you are following this story, but for those who aren’t: A few weeks ago, the venerable and beloved rock icon Neil Young left Spotify in protest of COVID-19 disinformation promoted by … more
MN350 is pleased to announce the hiring of Tee McClenty as executive cirector. “Decisions on climate change need to be transparent and accountable and participated in and led by BIPOC … more
The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) has selected Virajita Singh to serve as the museum’s first Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer (CDIO). Singh will come to Mia from the University of … more
Lyndale Neighborhood Association’s education program has provided Adult Basic Education programming in the form of English as a Second Language classes for the last 11 years and digital … more
For the first time ever, two Minneapolis Public Schools students have been selected to sit on the Board. The Minneapolis Board of Education has announced Patrick Henry High School junior Kennedy … more
Most of us are familiar with income tax season, as tax returns are due by the 15th of April each year. However, for people who own a house or other real estate, there is another tax that becomes … more
LHENA ORAL HISTORY MARCH 16Oral historian Dr. Kim Heikkila of Spotlight Oral History will be joining the LHENA board meeting on Wednesday, March 16 to present the Lowry Hill East Oral History … more
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