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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Houses in Southeast Como sit in the afternoon sun on Monday, July 5 in Minneapolis, Minn.

Who owns Southeast Como? Study finds higher rates of single-family rentals and investor landlords

by Emalyn Muzzy
Published July 16, 2021
Patterns of investor landlords in Southeast Como differ from those in the rest of the metro area.
Mark Globus poses with his girlfriend, Sabrina Lukalu, for a portrait outside the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Photo courtesy of Mark Globus.

Q&A with Minneapolis mayoral candidate Mark Globus

by Hanna Van Den Einde
Published July 16, 2021
Learn more about the local business candidate who is running for mayor.
A bustling Main Street of St. Anthony Main on July 11 in Minneapolis, Minn. Theaters and restaurants have reopened after closing due to COVID-19.

Calling all cinema lovers and movie-theater-popcorn enthusiasts — St. Anthony Main Theatre is back in business

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published July 14, 2021
After a year of virtual cinema, the closest movie theater to campus has reopened its doors to the public.
Volunteer painting the mural at Art 4 Water event at Zion Lutheran Church on July 7 in Minneapolis, Minn.

Spreading awareness through art: Art for Water mural to be installed in Lyndale community garden

by Frankie Carlson
Published July 13, 2021
With help from members of the Lyndale neighborhood, artist Alex Dresdner creates a new mural as a part of Minnesota Water Stewards “Art for Water” program.
Heat of the Week: Pride, Florence Pugh and a gangster walking tour

Heat of the Week: Pride, Florence Pugh and a gangster walking tour

by Nina Raemont
Published July 13, 2021
Keep your finger on the pulse of this week’s heat.
Daily Day Guide: Casual Day in Como

Daily Day Guide: Casual Day in Como

by Grace Davis
Published July 7, 2021
The Daily Day Guide plans your perfect day in a Twin Cities neighborhood so you don’t have to.
City Council and Glendale Townhomes butt heads over historic designation

City Council and Glendale Townhomes butt heads over historic designation

by Emalyn Muzzy
Published July 7, 2021
Residents of Glendale have been asking for historic designation for years, but the city has yet to show solid support.
Heat of the Week: Spending the dog days of summer in style

Heat of the Week: Spending the dog days of summer in style

by Nina Raemont
Published July 6, 2021
Enjoy the dog days of summer with new concerts, zippy margaritas and some local tunes that spotlight our beloved city and encourage some post-vax debauchery.
Construction close to complete on the Elliot Twins Apartments in on Wednesday, June 30 in Minneapolis, Minn. Elliot Twins Apartments is a public housing option for low-income households on campus. The complex is not specifically mentioned in the spending plan, but could potentially experience renovations under certain initiatives.

Frey proposes $28 million in affordable housing and homelessness

by Olivia Stevens
Published July 2, 2021
The American Rescue Plan money aims to help communities disproportionately affected by the pandemic through new housing facilities and creative programming.
Many items were for sale at the Prospect Park Yard and Tailgate sale on June 26th. The event featured yard sales, free items, and garden walks.

Yard sale days return to Prospect Park

by Hanna Van Den Einde
Published July 1, 2021
The neighborhood tradition returns, giving residents an opportunity to sell, shop and interact with their neighbors.