Frogtown Green’s team of volunteers is working hard to restore the urban tree canopy and foster connections in St. Paul’s Frogtown and Summit-University neighborhoods.
Streets.mn, now more than a decade old, would not have survived and thrived without volunteers. Help shape our direction: Apply to join the board!
Historical markers may seem like trustworthy narrators of the past, but in truth, they are only outdated maps that reflect all the biases and motivations of the people who paid to erect them.
Michael Wojcik sat down recently with Streets.mn to talk about where BikeMN is going and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Streets.mn is working to become a more inclusive and racially equitable organization. Read more in our Racial Equity Analysis — and join the effort!
Nearly three years after the 2020 unrest following George Floyd’s murder, some form of state funding appears imminent. Second in a two-part series.
This first of a two-part series looks at rebuilding efforts on West Broadway, Lake Street and University Avenue since the 2020 uprising.
The City of Minneapolis is at odds with the East Phillips neighborhood over the Roof Depot site, where community-led efforts can help fight against colonialism and remedy the climate crisis.
HOURCAR was groundbreaking when it launched in 2005. Despite road bumps — detailed recently in Streets.mn — the company is serving the underserved, its CEO says.
Ever since Dionne Sims decided to create Minnesota’s only Black-owned bookstore, she has considered what an inclusive, accessible and welcoming business should be.