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Kara Savage, City Reporter

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A sculpture and a sign stand in the middle of the road in George Floyd Square.

City works with community on permanent memorial at George Floyd Square

by Kara Savage
Published November 13, 2022
The re-envisioned project by Minneapolis Public Works for George Floyd Square gives community members an opportunity to voice their opinions on what is best for the 38th and Chicago intersection.
The Southeast Como Improvement Associations elections will took place during the cookout.

Southeast Como celebrates 19th annual cookout

by Kara Savage
Published October 20, 2022
The Como Cookout took place on Oct. 8.
How to register to vote for the midterms

How to register to vote for the midterms

by Kara Savage
Published October 15, 2022
A guide to register for the November election.
Secretary of College Democrats at the University Abdinasir Nourkadi, 19, fills out his absentee ballot on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, at Coffman Memorial Union.

A breakdown of the 2022 midterm election ballot

by Kara Savage
Published October 12, 2022
What is on the ballot this year?
Find your polling location if youre a Minneapolis resident.

Where do I vote?

by Kara Savage
Published October 6, 2022
There are six different polling places around the University of Minnesota campus. Here’s where to find yours.
Nautical Bowls, which serves superfood and açai bowls, is Dinkytowns newest business addition.

Nautical Bowls opens first Minneapolis location in Dinky

by Kara Savage
Published September 23, 2022
The Minnesota-based franchise has finally made its way inside Minneapolis.
Kelli McCarthy, Chris Wandling, Avni Tripathi and Sayuj Suresh pose on Wednesday, April 20 with the Theodora pillow.

Students design pillow to help people post mastectomy

by Kara Savage
Published April 21, 2022
The group created the Theodora Pillow with the intent to help breast cancer survivors who undergo mastectomies.
The Dar Omar Al-Farooq Mosque in the Como neighborhood of Minneapolis on Tuesday, April 5. The month of Ramadan began on Saturday, April 2.

With the start of Ramadan, Muslim students observe and break fasts together

by Kara Savage
Published April 10, 2022
The Muslim Student Association and mosques are celebrating with free meals after sunset.
Camdi Restaurant owners, Camdi and Kiet, pose for a photo on the last day before the restaurant closed, Saturday, March 26. Camdi Restaurant was open in Dinkytown for over 35 years.

Camdi restaurant closes after 35 years of business

by Kara Savage
Published April 6, 2022
The Vietnamese restaurant in Dinkytown closed after facing difficulty during the pandemic.
Minneapolis educators, students and families continue to march and rally in their second week of strike in Minneapolis on Monday, March 14.

University area educators speak out about teacher strike

by Kara Savage and Hanna Van Den Einde
Published March 20, 2022
The Minneapolis Federation of Teachers is striking for better wages, smaller class sizes and mental health support.
The interior of Claire Steyaert Antiques on Saturday, March 12. Claire Steyaert Antiques had its Grand Reopening on Saturday after being appointment only since the start of COVID-19.

Prospect Park antique store re-opens after closing due to pandemic

by Kara Savage
Published March 16, 2022
Claire Steyaert Antiques is a shop with unique collectibles from across the world.

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