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Seward Gateway Sculpture Project

Articulture is leading a new community sculpture project, which is designed to be a gateway piece to the neighborhood. It will be located on the west side of…

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Midtown Farmers Market: Market Report with Svihel Vegetable Farm

Corn and blueberries have made their appearance at the Midtown Farmers Market, and this week we talk to Kevin Kungel from Svihel Vegetable Farm about these two sweet…

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Longfellow & Seward Events: 7/26-7/28

It’s the weekend, and there are some great events happening in the neighborhood. Friday Know much about the city’s plans to form a municipal utility? Learn more about…

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Play for All: Minnehaha’s New Universal Access Playground

A groundbreaking at Minnehaha Falls yesterday celebrated the Minneapolis Park Board’s first universal access playground, which will be ready for all kids next spring. Wednesday afternoon, Park Board…

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Increasing the Tree Canopy in Longfellow

Inspired by a study of Minneapolis’ urban tree canopy, the Longfellow Community Council’s Environment and Transportation Committee is launching a neighborhood tree program. According to Spencer Agnew, project…

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Guitar Shop The Podium Moves to Minnehaha

Legendary guitar shop, the Podium, has recently moved from its former home in Dinkytown to Minnehaha Avenue. The shop was forced to move out of it’s Dinkytown location…

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Mayor R.T. Rybak Announces First Community Solar Garden

Image courtesy of Applied Energy Innovations. On Thursday morning, Mayor R.T. Rybak announced Minneapolis’ first community solar garden at Northern Sun on East Lake Street. He was joined…

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Midtown Farmers Market: Market Report with Humble Acres

In this week’s Market Report, we talk to Diane Reszka of Humble Acres about plants – specifically, how her family grows plants using sustainable methods, how to plant…

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St. James AME Celebrates 150 Years

Some of the earliest members of the St. James A.M.E. church in Minneapolis.  One hundred and fifty years ago, Minneapolis was not yet Minneapolis, the Civil War was…

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Distillery & Bakery Coming to Minnehaha

 The future home of Du Nord Craft Spirits and Shega Foods. The building was recently purchased jointly by Redesign and Worku Minday. Two new businesses, Du Nord Craft…

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