Hawthorne and Frogtown neighborhoods will add Youth Farm programs this summer. Urban farming offers city youth a chance to build leadership and healthy eating.
Archives for May 2011
A map released by the city of Minneapolis today offers a striking look at the damage caused by Sunday’s tornado and severe weather.
Minneapolis offers storm victims help removing fallen trees, disposing of other debris. Major volunteer clean-up effort to be held June 4.
Veterans can get help with questions, legal forms, and counsel in the areas of child support, family, employment and Social Security law.
Yesterday, I walked with a group of volunteers who were going door-to-door on Knox Ave. N, talking to residents who may need assistance. The women spoke with people who were either going to repair, rebuild or move. During an off-the-mic chat, one of the volunteers told me she was in a similar predicament — except Read more →
The deal would have been welcomed by many city taxpayers, who have been clamoring for property tax relief.
The struggle for food could continue well beyond the day the food carts offering free meals pull away.
The overall picture at this point is one of well-coordinated and generous human activity in the face of a city disaster of historic proportions.
Our Twin Cities living habits hinder easy answers to transit. Minnesotans are culturally opposed to density. We like our elbow room.
It’s the ideal time for Twin Cities’ residents to dust off their bicycles and hit the roads.
So perhaps it’s no surprise that the Nice Ride Minnesota bike share program picked today to announce plans to add 40 new bike share stations in Minneapolis and St. Paul.