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Food: Where do you get it and What do you do with it

Community gathering asks North Minneapolis residents to discuss "Food: Where do you get it and What do you do with it"

On Thursday, Jan. 13, The Northside Healthy Eating Project (NHEP) will host a community wide gathering at The University of Minnesota’s Urban Research and Outreach/Engagement Center (UROC), 2100 Plymouth Avenue North.  The purpose of this gathering is to seek direction from North Minneapolis residents in designing the resources and priorities for a new way of looking at gardening, farming and developing food-related businesses in North Minneapolis.  The meeting takes place 6 – 8 pm  and is free and open to the public. Delicious food will be provided.
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Martin Luther King, Jr’s legacy at M L King Park

The first meeting of a series of public meetings to focus on how best to honor Martin Luther King, Jr at a southwest Minneapolis park named after the civil rights leader will take place Jan. 6 at 6:30...

Hunger increases across America

Reports that corporations that received federal bailout dollars are doing better, even making a profit, gives many economists a reason to smile.  Unfortunately, that corporate cheer isn’t trickling do...
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Composition by Edward Green

Composition by Edward Green Edward Green's new composition, "Once Upon A Time" will be premiered in two free concerts by the Minnesota Sinfonia this January.

Edward Green is an award-winning composer and educator currently teachi...

HOPE: The perfect gift for the Twin Cities

HOPE: The perfect gift for the Twin CitiesThe holiday season is here, and people both are busy -- frantically searching for the perfect gift. As we look ahead to starting a new year, this is also a great time for individuals and organizations...
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