At roughly 10,000 square feet, the market’s new location, at West Broadway and Aldrich Avenue, is more than twice the size of the old site.
Kristoffer Tigue is a local freelance writer and former editor of the Twin Cities Daily Planet.
In teaching children how to grow and prepare fresh fruits and vegetables, says the Landscape Arboretum’s Mindy Zittel, they’re actually teaching their whole family how to eat healthier.
Last month, the MPCA alleged that Northern Metal’s north Minneapolis facility was conducting operations that weren’t disclosed under its current permit. Now they want help from the community to get that permit revoked.
A coalition of advocacy groups are inviting Minnesota lawmakers and philanthropic funders to listen to women of color speak about the barriers they face living in the state.
Saturday’s third annual Minnesota Malcolm X Conference will explore the black leader’s political and philosophical legacy.
Oromo people in Minnesota are often confused with those from Somalia, despite coming from a different country, speaking a different language and having a different culture.
The buildings fill a demand in the metro area at a time when more and more affordable housing projects are being converted into market-rate properties.
U of M researchers have been gathering input from 500 students at a school in St. Paul, developing customized curriculums aimed at getting students more engaged in school.
Peter Spike, general manager for Delaware North at Target Field, said the company only brought in the workers because local demand for the jobs wasn’t there.
The coalition, which includes the Sierra Club, NOC and the Minnesota Public Interest Research Group, started a campaign this month aimed at forcing Hennepin County to eventually phase out its downtown Minneapolis trash incinerator.
The United Black Legislative Agenda was produced by a coalition of groups that haven’t always agreed on how to address the state’s several racial gaps.
More than a few residents are skeptical the current draft of the MPD’s body cam policy does enough to enforce police accountability.
The bill would provide housing assistance for victims of domestic violence — something advocates say has been needed for years.
The event at the University of Minnesota’s Urban Research and Outreach Engagement Center (UROC) is part of a series on inequities in Twin Cities neighborhoods.
Minnesota recently joined the gun-debate fray with a proposal to require background checks on all gun sales, a measure supported by several advocacy groups and law enforcement associations.
Members of Neighborhoods Organizing for Change say they’re hoping to start a serious discussion on a topic that’s more viable than people may think.
Some union members believe the contract fell short on one major component — defining specific workload limitations for the janitors.
On Saturday, supporters of a citywide $15-per-hour minimum wage are launching a campaign to collect the 7,000 signatures required to get a referendum on the ballot.
The janitors’ union is fighting for a $15 minimum wage and workload limitations.
To give black students a stronger sense of pride and identity, Kenna Cottman believes educators need to better integrate black history and culture into all of their lessons.