Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership presents the Minneapolis Minute Festival
Monday, 18 August 2014 15:49
The Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership presents the Minneapolis Minute Festival; One River: One Minute, Your Vision. Enter your One Minute-Long Film/DVD visual essay on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Create your vision that showcases an appreciation for ─ or the future potential of ─ the urban riverfront in Minneapolis. Inform, energize and inspire – all in 60 seconds! To inform, energize and inspire how and why the river enlivens our city. Films will be judged by a panel of experts; awards premiered and announced at the Partnership's annual event, the Minneapolis Riverfront Summit, on Monday, October 20, at the Mill City Museum.
On Thursday, June 26th Joel Seabury-Kolod, pictured front row center, an in-coming senior at Central High School, had only been working at the Grand Ole Creamery located at 750 Grand Ave in St. Paul for about a month.
City of Minneapolis to host open houses to gather public input on Accessory Dwelling Units (Mother-in-Law Apartments)
Monday, 11 August 2014 15:44
On June 13, Minneapolis City Council Member Lisa Bender, Ward 10, gave notice of intent to introduce Zoning Code Text Amendment: Accessory Dwelling Units changes that would allow Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) in residential areas. Also known as granny flats or mother-in-law apartments, ADUs are smaller dwellings that are attached to or on the same property as existing homes.
Sheriff's office hosts Hooked on Fishing; Not Drugs
Thursday, 24 July 2014 15:53
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of the Twin Cities, and the Hennepin County Sheriff Foundation, recently hosted the 7th annual Hooked on Fishing; Not Drugs event.
Nachito Herrera orchestra to perform at St. Peter's AME
Monday, 14 July 2014 16:31
The Trustee Board of St. Peter's AME Church recently sponsored Cabaret IV, an evening of music, fun, food and fellowship. The event held at the church, located at 401 E. 41st St. in south Minneapolis, attracted over 100 guests and featured performances by the church's musicians Thom West, piano; Curt Boganey, saxophone; and Daryl Boudreaux, percussions. Musical guests included Larry Sims, trumpet; Perry Trenon Graham, drums; and Lee Gatlin, bass guitar. Also appearing were vocalists Maurice Jacox, Annie Favors and Valton Henderson. Perry Trenon Graham also entertained the audience with his ventriloquism skills. Guests enjoyed food and an assortment of "mocktails," non-alcoholic drinks.