Why some advocates say the idea could play an important role in easing the area’s housing crunch.
It’s time for people with housing to not cling to the story they heard that someone chooses to be homeless or that it’s too expensive to fix.
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Lisa Bender’s inclusionary zoning proposal is the best solution to the problem I can think of — now that MinnPost readers have set me straight.
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Deep-Fried Alligator came to the fair with some fanfare in 1997, and it’s still going strong. Blarney Beans, however, were introduced in 2012 and have disappeared.
Fine-art photographer R.J. Kern has submitted three times and been accepted three times. For 2018, his photograph won the First Glance Award and the Great State of Minnesota Award.
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Minneapolis officials want to clear the homeless encampment by the end of September. But that is probably just the beginning of an effort to connect the camp’s residents with shelter and other services before winter.
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City planners, housing experts and elected officials all pretty much agree that Minneapolis needs to build a lot more affordable places to live. What’s less clear is whether city officials understand how hard that’s going to be.
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This year, the third generation of Old Millers — John and Marna Keenan, who are in their 70s — enjoyed their first truly relaxing summer ever, after the family sold the historic ride in January to the State Fair.
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Huie: “My goals have been, number 1, to continue making work I think is interesting. And number 2, be relevant. And number 3, make a living. The McKnight makes number 3 a lot easier, and it affects numbers 1 and 2.”
FiveThirtyEight doesn’t just have a list of which U.S. House races are in play. The site has assigned a precise percentage likelihood to every single House race in the country.
“All of the money collected at the door will go to a scholarship fund in Irv’s name for one of the students in the Dakota Combo at MacPhail,” said Dakota owner Lowell Pickett.
Instead of a victory lap for the Democratic old guard, Tuesday’s results instead looked like a rebuke of it: In key races around the state, primary voters selected young and diverse faces to pick up the party’s banner.
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