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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Claude Peck, President of the Quatrefoil Library in Minneapolis.

Minneapolis’ Quatrefoil Library is preserving history and fostering community

by Macy Harder
Published June 30, 2021
The library on East Lake Street is not only a source of LGBTQ+ literature and materials, but is also a gathering place for the Twin Cities queer community.
Proposed renderings of the townhomes on Fourth Street SE, Seventh Street SE and 10th Street SE.

Three new townhomes proposed in Marcy-Holmes

by Hanna Van Den Einde
Published June 29, 2021
Residents worry that affordable housing options are diminishing in Dinkytown.
The bustling Mill City Farmers Market attracts a crowd on Saturday, June 19 in Minneapolis, Minn. Mill City Farmers Market happens every Saturday from May to October.

A&E’s ultimate guide to local farmers markets

by Grace Davis
Published June 28, 2021
A&E gives you all you need to know about a handful of local farmers’ markets — where to spend your weekend in the Cities, where to buy your in-season blueberries and where to snag that heirloom sage plant.
Some icy treats, artwork and beats

Some icy treats, artwork and beats

by Nina Raemont
Published June 22, 2021
Keep your finger on this week’s local heat.
Harper McIntyre, daughter of Grace Rileys partner, holds the bearded dragon Riley found near her house.

A bearded dragon’s day out: the journey of a reptile who toured the city

by Macy Harder
Published June 21, 2021
The dragon had quite the adventure exploring south Minneapolis before finding its way to the Standish neighborhood, where a resident took it into her care.
Mykela Jackson poses for a portrait at the Black Business Pop-up Shop’s second annual Juneteenth event.

Keiko’s Kitchen cultivates community with free vegan food

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published June 21, 2021
23-year-old Mykela (aka Keiko) Jackson serves “real food for the soul” at Juneteenth pop-up.
As summer heats up, many head inside to enjoy Dinkytown eating establishments on Sunday, June 13.

Mask or no mask: Dinkytown restaurants discuss end of mask mandate

by Emalyn Muzzy
Published June 21, 2021
Minneapolis lifted the mask mandate on June 1, leaving many businesses feeling both elated and nervous.
Mural at Robert’s lot on Lake Street in Midtown, Minneapolis on Friday, June 4.

The Graves Foundation wants the people to decide

by Megan Phillips
Published June 11, 2021
The foundation purchased Roberts Lot in March 2020 to hold the property until residents decide what the space should be used for.
A proposed rendering of the Marcy-Holmes Southeast Ninth Street development.

New apartment building and manufacturing site proposed in Marcy-Holmes

by Emalyn Muzzy
Published April 27, 2021
On the quiet corner of Southeast Ninth Street, a new apartment could help revive the area.
Neighborhood groups pick up trash in Van Cleve Park on Earth Day, April 21. Neighborhood groups organized the event to show their appreciation for the earth.

Neighborhood organizations clean up the parks for Earth Day

by Emalyn Muzzy, City Reporter
Published April 26, 2021
Neighbors, students and high schoolers came together to keep their spaces free of litter.