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Archive for 09/2013

Midtown Farmers Market: Market Report with Pflum Farms

  The tables at the Pflum Farm stand at the Midtown Farmers Market are bursting with colorful vegetables. We caught up with Julie Pflum to learn a little…

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County Says “No” to Cycle Tracks

After multiple community meetings, Hennepin County has decided not to install cycle tracks along Minnehaha Avenue. A cycle track is a protected bike lane that is separate from…

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Get Behind the Work at Vine Arts Center

Artists from the Vine Arts Center are inviting people to get behind the work in a new show that opens this Saturday (9/28). Visitors will have the opportunity…

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Longfellow & Seward Events: 9/27-28

It’s Friday and time for the weekend events calendar. Below you’ll find just some of the events happening in the neighborhood. For the full list, see our complete…

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Little Poetry Library: Bringing Poetry to the Public Landscape

From left, poet Carolyn Williams-Noren and artist Molly Keenan with the Little Poetry Library. Keenan is transforming the library into a work of art that will be unveiled…

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Artist Q&A: Bringing Characters to Life Through Knits

LoLa artist Brenda Peterson and her monster knit hats. Image courtesy of Brenda Peterson. Brenda Peterson, is the crafty gal behind Mellow Fury, a local business selling knit…

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Recent Spate of “Robberies of Persons” in Seward and Longfellow

Five “robberies of persons” occurred within two days in Seward and Longfellow. As a result, police are increasing their patrols in the neighborhood. At this point, two possible…

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MPS + Increased Enrollment = Big Plans for Local Schools

Increasing enrollment at Minneapolis Public Schools may mean big changes for neighborhood schools, including Hiawatha, Seward, Howe/Sanford, and Cooper. Competing for Students The district is expecting an increase…

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Two Renovation Options for Minnehaha Falls Pavilion

Architect Paul May from Millier Dunwiddie explains the two renovation plans for the Minnehaha Falls Refectory at a recent open house. Last week, the Park and Recreation Board…

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Building Community: One Story at a Time

There have been so many inspiring stories and fun events from the neighborhood, it’s hard to know which were our favorites to cover. One year ago, we set…

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