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Payne - Phalen
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This mosaic of a neighborhood, home to many immigrant nationalities and native-born ethnicities, including African-Americans and Native Americans, is a complex mix of residences, small businesses, and major medical and financial institutions, including the sprawling Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Allina Health Care, and Wells Fargo Mortgage. The towering, long-vacant Sears building at Chicago Avenue and Lake Street was remade to the tune of $189 million into a mixed-used development; at ground level it hosts the colorful Midtown Global Market, a cluster of small food stands, restaurants, and retail stores that celebrate--and sell--the fruits of Minneapolis' many cultures.
Make the Switch from Car to Bike Commute This Winter: Here's How
Tuesday, December 08, 2015
Imagine a day in a bike commuter’s boots. How does he or she prepare before walking out the door? How do they stay comfortable behind Arctic fronts and snow curtains — even the dreaded polar vortex. Here's how.
Jump Into July with Makers, ArtCars, Movement and Beer
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
July arts, entertainment and culture highlights not to be missed in MSP, with a focus on makers of all sorts — of art, crafts, dance and beer.
Takin' It To the Streets: New Food Trucks Coming to a Corner Near You
Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Birds are chirping, patios are open and soon food truck season begins in earnest. These new additions to our burgeoning mobile foodie scene show off MSP’s evolving restaurant culture, stimulate street life and generate community.
Cultivating Youth As Agents of Change Through Urban Agriculture
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Youth programs with a focus on urban agriculture cultivate good health, leadership skills, community development and economic independence.
A Place People Call Their Own: Community Partnerships That Foster Community Health
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
The 2014 Minnesota Healthy Communities Conference introduced participants to innovative community health projects that explore links between community development and the health of low-income people.
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Good Grocer: Food shopping for inside-out empowerment
, an independent grocery store tucked into a low-slung building near the old Kmart at Lake Street and I-35W, has only been open since mid-June. Yet it’s already received coverage in a half-dozen press outlets, from the
Architect innovates design service for accessory dwellings
A homeownership initiative to help the Little Earth community
A communal garden by a coalition of neighborhood groups in the works for the diverse Phillips area
Phillips neighborhood group strives to make 'communal' gardens
TPT documentary sheds light on area's innovative affordable housing projects
Waite House trying to raise $250,000 for new home
American Swedish Institute nears groundbreaking for $21.5 million campus expansion
Minneapolis Project screens 24 shorts by 18 filmmakers about 22 neighborhoods
Second artist-designed drinking fountain starts flowing
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Handsome creates centennial bikes inspired by MIA's artworks
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
have entered into what could be MSP’s coolest creative partnership so far this year. In celebration of its 100th year, the MIA commissioned Handsome to create three custom cycles inspired by ...
Hothouse @ MIA sponsors creative coworking event
MN Cup: "American Idol" for entrepreneurs
Mobile markets bring fresh produce to low-income neighborhoods
One Day on Earth gathers Twin Cities stories
Minneapolis health dept. helping 10 corner stores boost fresh produce offerings
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Swedish Institute grand reopening draws royalty
American Swedish Institute
in Minneapolis recently announced its June 30 grand reopening with the addition of the Nelson Cultural Center.
The expansion and other campus enhancements will get a visit from Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf and ...
Source: American Swedish Institute
Education News features MCAD comic program
Source: Education News
Midtown Global Market provides inspiration for Memphis redevelopment project
Source: Memnphis Daily News
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