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Shelves are filled inside Dinkytowns newly-opened Top Ten Liquors.

Top Ten Liquors makes its debut in Dinkytown

by Alexandra DeYoe
Published October 10, 2023
Dinkytown’s first liquor store in two years opened on Sept. 28 and is ready to serve the community.
Minneapolis City Hall on March 26, 2023.

Minneapolis rideshare left with uncertain future

by Jack O’Connor
Published October 9, 2023
Rideshare driver advocates acknowledge costs may go up for riders.
A voter waits in line to cast their ballot outside Marcy Open Elementary School on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020.

Voter turnout around campus trends up, lower than city average

by Hannah Ward
Published October 8, 2023
Municipal elections in recent years have seen low turnout from precincts around UMN, and this year, every seat on the Minneapolis City Council is up for election.
Watchtower Dispensary on University Avenue, October 4th, 2023.

Local businesses look for better state cannabis leadership

by Saniah Bates
Published October 8, 2023
Erin DuPree stepped down as the state’s first director of cannabis management in September.
Tucker Robinson discusses on Sept. 27 his experience having Narcan used on him.

Narcan and the fight to save lives

by Jack O’Connor
Published October 8, 2023

Late one night after work in Oct. 2017, 22-year-old Tucker Robinson bought what he believed was a bag of heroin without realizing it contained fentanyl. After getting high in the bathroom, Robinson crawled...

The Witch’s Hat Water Tower in Prospect Park, Minneapolis on Monday, Oct. 2 2023.

Prospect Park community plans Witch’s Hat Tower restorations

by Alexandra DeYoe
Published October 3, 2023
The Community recounts the Tower’s history, connections and repairs.
Empty homeless encampment in the East Phillips neighborhood on Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2023.

Activists support unhoused following encampment clearing

by Jack O’Connor
Published October 2, 2023
The Wall of Forgotten Natives homeless encampment was cleared by officials, forcing advocates to find new ways to support their community.
A digital rendering of East Phillips Urban Farm’s planned design. Graphic courtesy of East Philips Neighborhood Institute.

Minneapolis City Council approves Roof Depot purchase

by Saniah Bates
Published October 1, 2023
The East Phillips Neighborhood Institute received approval to purchase the former Roof Depot site in order to begin work on their urban farm project.
Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O’Hara speaking at a press conference announcing the Department of Justice’s investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department on June 16, 2023.

Minneapolis community reacts to recent MPD leadership changes

by Alexandra DeYoe
Published September 29, 2023
The community discusses thoughts on the Minneapolis Police Department and the recent complaints against the police chief.
Pedestrians using the Stone Arch Bridge on Tuesday, September 26, 2023.

For 140th birthday, Stone Arch Bridge will receive gift of repairs

by Jack O’Connor
Published September 26, 2023
The bridge’s reconstruction begins this spring, in time for the reopening of the Third Avenue Bridge.

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