A detailed look at last year
Our curated collection of events and community gatherings in the Southwest quadrant of Minneapolis this week
Welcome to LynLake, an area of Minneapolis at the intersection of several neighborhoods that converge at Lyndale Avenue and Lake Street.
Local artists Xavier and Maria Cristina (Tina) Tavera completed installation of their lenticular sculpture on January 19, a fixture that will last for decades.
The City announced today that vehicles can only park on the odd-side of residential streets starting January 26 at 9 p.m. until April 1 or otherwise announced.
East Isles Neighborhood Association donated a snowmobile to be used for grooming ski, walking, and bike trails around Bde Maka Ska, Lake of the Isles, Cedar Lake, and Brownie Lake. The trails are groomed by volunteers.
The district wants to charge the robotics teams $30,000 to lease a field that was developed through a State grant.
Learn more about the work Senate House District 62A Representative Hodan Hassan plans to do this year and how you can connect with her.
Frazzled bus drivers honk their horns and children text their parents from buses unable to pass through streets too narrow to pick up and deliver kids.
Here is a breakdown of shows you can see at HUGE through February.
The Art Shanty Projects are set to welcome visitors along the shores of Lake Harriet / Bdé Umáŋ this year.
A massive snowstorm caused massive problems on Minneapolis streets. You had questions about it, we got you answers.
Last week, the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority announced it had secured financing to build 16 new public housing sites and are breaking ground on the developments.
As costs for utility customers rise, so do the earnings for CenterPoint investors.
Ten years ago, a local pastor started reading Letter from Birmingham Jail at Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park in Kingfield. This Sunday, the pastor invites people to join him once again.
Abdulkarim “AK” Abdulle and Yassir Mohamed bonded over sneaker culture. Two years later, they opened up The Hype and a nearby barber shop in Uptown.
Here's a recap on the recent business openings in Uptown and what we can expect for early this year.
Last week's Lake Harriet Bandshell renovation open house revealed a mock-up that was lacking in a promised blue hue. Our earlier reporting also suggested a lack of blue in the mock-up design.
The pilot program, with a multi-organization backing, will subsidize payroll and bookkeeping services for small business owners.
Due to non-disclosure agreements, it not clear when LynLake Brewery will close.