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Two bills aimed at advancing maternal health and improving birth outcomes for Minnesotans were passed this year, and are consider groundbreaking by the Birth Justice Collaborative. "The passage of … more
Anxiety, restlessness, being a superpower and feeling free and unchained are some of the emotions Saint Paul actor Michael Wolfe experiences while waiting for a bus. Wolfe, who identifies as a … more
Longfellow resident, handcrafter, and entrepreneur Anna Sharratt is offering up all kinds of fun classes through her new business. In her Twin Cities Makers Circle (TCMC) classes, participants use … more
Conversations about closed and proposed safety facilities continue to bring disagreement and hope to the southside community.   While the city seeks feedback on proposals for three … more
Ukrainian students stuck in a war are still daring to create.  Through a fundraiser organized by Nokomis East Neighborhood Association Communications Manager Sarah Friedman, people can buy … more
Portraits of two distinguished gentlemen flank the main exit at Dowling Community School. Both are wearing high starched collars and bow ties. On one side,  William Eustis looks out with a faint … more
Rep. Ilhan Omar speaks at a Town Hall meeting on Monday, Feb. 26, 2024 at Sanford Middle School in Longfellow. On hand to fill in an audience of about 200 with local news, were Minnesota … more
SCHOOL BOARD STUDENT REPS The Minneapolis Board of Education has announced juniors Elliston Rounds  and Leo Peralta (bottom right) will serve as the 2024 Student Board Representatives. Rounds … more
City budget listening session The City of Minneapolis Capital Long-Range Improvement Committee (CLIC) is seeking public input on next year’s budget.  CLIC is the advisory committee … more
When was the last time you’ve visited your local farmers market? I found myself in Bachman’s just last month. My two-year-old was attempting to dance by bouncing his little knees off-beat … more
Confluence Studio is an open, critical space for neighbors to imagine different ways for our communities to live. Through creative collaboration, art, and creativity, Confluence plays through future … more
Rachel Boeke has left her position as executive director of the Longfellow Community Council (LCC).   She was hired to help lead the organization in the fall of 2021 and her last day … more
What do you do when 11 judges and referees, 20 therapists, 12 mediators, two parenting consultants (with 37 directives), one custody evaluator, and one guardian ad litem haven’t been able to … more
By Eric Ortiz Mark Rivard is not your typical educator. He never went to college. He was not that good a student in high school. And he calls himself “uneducated.” But he has found a … more
Two southside commissioners, AJ Awed and Fartun Weli, have resigned from the city’s new Community Commission on Police Oversight (CCPO).  Awed (Ward 6) and Weli (Ward 8) submitted … more
There are over 35,000 Minnesotans living with limb loss, and thousands more living with limb difference and mobility impairments. Many are unable to access prescribed orthotic and prosthetic care due … more
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ruth Leitman calls her latest film “The Lovely Beast.” “It was a beast and a bear to make,” she reflected. Her film, “No … more
A film that has been long in the making will premiere during the Minneapolis Saint Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) running April 11-25 at the Main Cinema, 115 SE Main in Minneapolis. … more
The 43rd annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) at the Main Cinema, 115 SE Main in Minneapolis will include 140 feature films from more than 100 countries and cultures, … more
Did you know there’s an option for recycling leftover paint in Minnesota? That’s right, recycling, not just disposing of leftover paint. Since 2014, the non-profit PaintCare has been … more
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