Go vote today! You can find your polling place here. If you have any issues figuring out where to vote, the city is keeping 311 open until 8 p.m. for you to call for information. Here where you can see what's on your ballot before you go.

We have voter guides for three of the races, including the Hennepin County Sheriff, Hennepin County Attorney, and Minneapolis Public Schools' School Board races if you still need more information.

If you live in Kingfield, you vote at MLK Park, and there will be a polling party with drinks and treats when you arrive.


Looking to buy a house, sell a house, or just curious about the housing market? Want to know more about what rising interest rates mean for you, buying condos vs. single-family homes, or something else?

We're putting together questions for the next round of our Ask A Minneapolis Realtor series. Reply to this email with your questions and Josh Zuehlke will answer them.


Cedric Alexander was officially inaugurated as the city's first Community Safety Commissioner yesterday morning. In his new role, he'll oversee the city's police, fire, 911 call center, EMS, and violence prevention programs.

From the MPR article: "The city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, can be one of the safest cities in the country. And we need, I need, your help to do that," [Alexander] said.


As pandemic aid runs out, evictions are rising in Hennepin County. MPR interviewed Hennepin County Commissioner Angela Conley about what's going on and why. (MPR)

Tangletown Gardens has a very fun "Ask Scott' feature. This week Scott answers questions about keeping plants alive in a drought. Scott uses a gardening hose for a microphone, so it's worth checking out. (Instagram)

ALMA is launching a "cafe-style take away & retail venue featuring ALMA signature food, goods, and apothecary" from the side window of the Brasa location at 46th and Bryant, which will be called Alma Provisions. ALMA and Brasa have the same owner. (Instagram)

Here's a look at some of the neighborhood walk clubs that are mobilizing to attempt to make their neighborhood safer across the city, which includes a focus on a group in Loring Park. (Star Tribune)

Mayor Frey was reportedly unaware that MPD officers were going to appear on Fox News last week. (Minnesota Reformer)


Minneapolis Documenters has a great round-up of city meetings from last week.

Melody did a really fun visit with a Park Board water quality expert yesterday. You can check it out over on our Instagram page (check out the story or the highlights).

The Kenilworth Channel was scheduled to open up this week, but it will need to be closed for at least another three weeks.

The Kenny Park Pool is back open!

It's Farmers Market Week in Minneapolis! If you use SNAP-EBT, did you know that you can get $20 to spend for free if you spend $10 at a market? In 2021, more than 450 vendors did more than $10 million in sales, and 95.4% of products sold were produced or made by the vendor.


The Fringe Festival is continuing tonight, and both HUGE Theater and Bryant Lake Bowl have packed schedules. BLB's shows include The Marvelous Magpie Moon, Infinity Hour, Becoming Baba Yaga, and Foreigner Frenzy, while HUGE's shows include Stages: A Horror Play, Moonwatchers, and One-Woman Beaches, and Can I interest you in me? Tim Mooney will also be reciting a bunch of Shakespeare.

Apoy is hosting Phillipine Teens Camp all day.

Up-Down is hosting a skee ball tournament at 7 p.m.