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Longfellow & Seward Events: 8/30-9/1

It’s Friday, and time for the weekend events post. For the complete list of all events, be sure to check out our events calendar. Have a great Labor…

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School’s Out for Summer…Weather

Minneapolis Public Schools has canceled classes at 27 school programs due to the high heat for Thursday, August 29th, and Friday, August 30th according to an MPS press…

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Midtown Farmers Market: Market Report with Hilltop Pastures

Sara Austin from Hilltop Pastures at the Midtown Farmers Market. What’s one of the busiest stalls at the Midtown Farmers Market? Hilltop Pastures. With farm fresh eggs, pork,…

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Last Splash for Wading Pools

With school starting on Monday, many local wading pools are closing for the season. Warm weather is expected for the weekend, and it will be the perfect time…

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Longfellow & Seward Events: 8/23-25

Welcome to your weekend! There’s some great things happening in the neighborhood that you won’t want to miss. For the complete list of all events, be sure to…

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Dowling Community Garden: Celebrating 70 Years

Initially, it may be a lack of space or sunshine that moves people to sign up for a plot at Dowling Community Garden, but it’s the community there…

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LoLa co-founder Anita White: Artistic inspiration and process

From left, a painting from White’s travels to Romania; Woman in Red from the Streets of Oaxaca, Mexico. In anticipation of LoLa, the Longfellow art crawl happening this…

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Hauenstein & Burmeister Moves On

The Hauenstein & Burmeister building at 2629-30th Avenue S in Seward is sitting empty waiting for a new tenant, a new owner, or potential demolition, according to Jerry…

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A Reminder to Keep Trees Watered

With high temps and a high dew point for the second day in a row and more predicted in the coming weeks, Park Board Commissioner Scott Vreeland would…

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Emerald Ash Borer: Eating Away at the Canopy

The bright green ribbons are startling. Tree after tree on streets throughout the neighborhood are marked with the ribbon indicating the tree is an ash – doomed to…

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