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What Would You Say to the Mayor Elect (Round Three)

Hopefully everyone has been following this series over the past few days.  It’s time for the third and final letter from the Urban Currents series “Dear Mayor-Elect … Congratulation, Now The Work Begins” Urban Currents series event. The author, Eleonore Wesserle, is Director of Narrative Strategy with Line Break Media, where she helps build the capacity for organizations and individuals […]

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What Would You Say to the Mayor Elect (Round Two)

It’s day two in this post-election series!  Today’s letter was also presented at Cuningham Group’s “Dear Mayor-Elect … Congratulation, Now The Work Begins” Urban Currents series event. The author, Alissa Luepke Pier, is a resident of North Minneapolis and a national award-winning architect. She received her Master of Architecture degree with a thesis entitled “Architecture and Game […]

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Sunday Summary – June 25, 2017

Mark your calendars, the streets.mn Summer Picnic is July 15!  You can come to Boom Island Park just for the fun or come early for an informal meeting with streets.mn board members to learn what the board has been working on over the last year and to give streets.mn your input on future directions (and maybe […]

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“Intentional Communities”: A Path to Legal Status for White People

Over time, average family sizes get smaller, and old houses get emptier. But in Minneapolis’ lower-density zoning districts, no more than three unrelated people can live together as a household; in higher-density districts, the limit is five unrelated people. For people who want to live with three or more friends in a big old house, this is a problem. As a […]

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Wake-Up with Jacob – Senator Dibble

We are excited to welcome Senator Scott Dibble as our guest at the next Wake-Up with Jacob event on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. Senator Dibble will provide a legislative update and help address issues impacting the city of Minneapolis.

The event will be held at Mattie’s on Main at 43 Main Street SE (just next door to Wilde Roast Cafe) on Wednesday, May 6 from 7:30 – 9:00 a.m. Bottomless coffee and a pastry item will be available for $5.00.

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