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Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is a great excuse to get out and support all of the unique shops we have right in our neighborhood. You can avoid the crazy…

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Longfellow & Seward Events: 11/29-12/5

We hope you had a great Thanksgiving and get to kick back and enjoy the long weekend. If you’re planning on spending the weekend gathering gifts for everyone…

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Wearing Flip Flops in a Snowstorm: Reentry Program Needs Winter Clothes

The men that walk through the doors at the Volunteers of America building at 27th Avenue and Lake Street sometimes arrive with a bankers box with their personal…

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Metro Blooms Recognizes Local Gardens

Metro Blooms has announced the winners of its annual garden awards, and Howe resident Cyn Bloom was awarded Best Cottage Garden. Nearby-neighborhood restaurant Northbound Smokehouse and Brewpub was…

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Churches target abusive payday loans, plan to offer alternative

It was a small payday lending storefront that opened just around the corner of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Longfellow caught the attention of Pastor Jay Carlson. “I…

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Kicking Around on Second-Hand Row, Part 2

By Kari Cornell, guest writer This is the second part in a two part series on Second-Hand Row, an emerging vintage shopping district on Minnehaha Avenue. Read part…

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Longfellow & Seward Events: 11/22-28

Here’s your weekly run-down of neighborhood events happening in the coming week. For a complete list of everything that is happening be sure to check our events calendar….

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Kicking Around on Second-Hand Row, Part 1

By Kari Cornell, guest writer This is part one in a two part series on Second-Hand Row, an emerging vintage shopping district on Minnehaha Avenue. Look for the…

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Anpetu Was’te Cultural Arts Market: Opening Next Summer on Franklin Ave

Next summer, a new marketplace will open on Franklin Avenue and will bring art, food, and music to a very unlikely location – the median between Cedar Avenue…

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Minnehaha Ave Plans Postponed: Committee Wants Further Review

In a turn of events, the City’s Transportation and Public Works Committee decided to postpone their approval of Hennepin County’s plans for Minnehaha Avenue until December. Earlier in…

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