A latte coffee with cinnamon sprinkled on it in the shape of a bicycle.

Join Us for Another Streets.mn Office Hours

Hey, Streets.mn community! The editorial team is holding our second office hours of 2024 on Saturday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to noon. We’ll meet at Capitol Cafe in Minneapolis, which offers an African-influenced menu of breakfast and lunch, snacks and hot beverages.

Everyone is welcome, from the seasoned reader who has followed us for our 12-plus years of existence, to the Streets.mn neophyte who has yet to read a full story. Streets.mn writers (current, past and aspiring) are especially encouraged to come and workshop story ideas, talk publication logistics, help focus or find sources for your topic and generally pick our brains about anything.

Meet the editor-in-chief (that’s me) and the managing editor, Amy Gage (who assigns stories and works directly with writers), along with others working to make a difference and find their voice. We’d also like to know what you think about Streets.mn: why you read it, what could be improved.

We’re looking forward to seeing you! Because we are a volunteer-led nonprofit with a small budget, we cannot offer to pay for food or drink.

Getting there: Capitol Cafe is at 2417 E. Franklin Ave. in Minneapolis, about six blocks east of the Franklin Avenue Blue Line station. Metro Transit routes 2, 7 and 67 all stop nearby. Streetside bicycle lockups are available on both sides of Franklin.

Save the Date! Streets.mn Picnic

Streets.mn board member David Zeller welcomes new faces and old friends to the 2022 picnic. Photo by Christina Neel

The annual Streets.mn picnic — with food, games and plenty of people to chat up and meet — will be Saturday, July 13, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Como Park in St. Paul. The meal is potluck style, with Streets.mn providing grilled entrées and beverages. 

Watch for a more detailed story coming soon!

About Micah Davison

Micah is the editor in chief at Streets.mn. He moved to the Twin Cities in 2019, hailing from Canada by way of Boston. Always a lover of rivers, he feels he's landed in a pretty good town, and spends much time during the warm months enjoying the local watercourses. During the winter, he does what he needs to keep biking through whatever unholy combination of cold, snow and ice nature throws our way.