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Mississippi River report reveals progress – It ain’t so bad, but it needs help

Mississippi River report reveals progress – It ain’t so bad, but it needs help

  Over forty years after the passage of the Clean Water Act, a new report on the health of the Mississippi River shows that while progress …

Awe-inspiring fall adventures in Camden

Awe-inspiring fall adventures in Camden

Fall officially arrived on September 22, and the weather is set to be fine—even summer-like at times—throughout October. Whether you want to soak …

Terrace Theatre demolition halted; back in court  Community group needs $6.35 million bond to save theater

Terrace Theatre demolition halted; back in court Community group needs $6.35 million bond to save theater

Demolition of the Historic Terrace Theatre in Robbinsdale began on Saturday September 24, less than 48 hours after Friends of the Terrace had filed …

Pros and cons to the Northside Greenway

Pros and cons to the Northside Greenway

Should a bike and pedestrian greenway pass through North Minneapolis? Most definitely yes or certainly not, depending on whom you ask. One …

 

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Story Garden helps create stories for all in spoken word

Story Garden helps create stories for all in spoken word

After all the rain that we have had, the Story Garden neighbors were thrilled to have a perfectly cool evening in September to host the Spoken Word …

Battle of the Badges

Battle of the Badges

The Fourth Annual Battle of the Badges and Peoples’ Barbeque was held on September 10 at North Commons Park. Folks enjoyed free food, live music …

Construction begins on Ryan Lake Park site improvements

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) hired a contractor to begin work on the second phase of a series of improvements to Ryan Lake Park. …

 

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