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October 2017 Alley Newspaper

October 2017 Alley Newspaper

AWE OF LONGEVITY

AWE OF LONGEVITY

Oppressive Rent Increase = 25 Year Old Business CLOSED! A Farewell to Sophal and Tevy Nhep Sophal and Nevy Nhep greeted scores of past customers and served “one last meal” to long time customers like these two women in front of their new Food Service truck replacing their Best Steaks and Gyros business at Chicago Crossings (Franklin [...]

The Alley Newspaper Editor Harvey Winje was on FIRST PERSON RADIO with Laura Watermnan Wittstock on Wednesday 9.13.17

The Alley Newspaper Editor Harvey Winje was on FIRST PERSON RADIO with Laura Watermnan Wittstock on Wednesday 9.13.17

Laura Waterman Wittstock at her First Person Radio program at KFAI RADIO 90.3 FM-Mpls. 106.7 FM- St Paul interviewing The Alley Newspaper’s Editor Harvey Winje on Sept 13th. available on kfai.org/archives. Download or listen at http://bit.ly/2xpwLNO. Listen to Laura Waterman Wittstock as she talked with Harvey Winje about the history of the [...]

Transit: Fares Rise: What’s Fair Fare?

BY JOHN CHARLES WILSON 25 Cent Fare Increase Oct. 1 The biggest transit news in Phillips, indeed in the whole Twin Cities, this month is obviously the 25-cent fare increase going into effect October 1st. Fair Fare Future? One thing that is interesting about it is that the Met Council is looking at reforming the fare structure to be more [...]

An accident raises questions

An accident raises questions

BY A TRAVELER A traveler, passing Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery late Thursday afternoon, September 21st 2017, missed the anguish of those whose car crashed into the Fence but soon enough to see the resulting toppled stone column, two “wrinkled” sections of recently restored wrought iron fence, and a tree cut off at its base from damage; had [...]

October 2017 Ventura Village

October 2017 Ventura Village

“What goes up must come down.” …Isaac Newton: BARRICADES UP, BARRICADES DOWN

“What goes up must come down.”  …Isaac Newton:  BARRICADES UP, BARRICADES DOWN

To Barricade or not to Barricade We now have the answer BY CAROL PASS In spite of overwhelming Neighborhood, Police and City support for removing the Barricades between Bloomington Ave. and 16th Ave. S. on E 25th St., a third community meeting on the question was called on Aug. 30. A community vote was finally taken and the outcome was nearly [...]

2015 Paris Climate Accord: Carbon Neutrality by 2050: Local congregation signs on as U.S. signs off!

2015 Paris Climate Accord: Carbon Neutrality by 2050:  Local congregation signs  on as U.S. signs off!

Mount Olive Lutheran Church at 31st and Chicago that is broadly known for its excellence in congregational life, worship spanning Lutheran tradition and innovation, liturgicalrichness, musical superiority by voice, instrument and specially organ masters,outstanding youth work; now bursts forth in environmental concern and commitmentfulfilling the [...]

Tai Chi Starting November 11 at Ebenezer Tower

Phillips Wellness 50+ invites you to participate in Tai Chi sessions with master trainer, Richard Johnson, starting November 11 at Ebenezer Tower. The sessions are geared to people of all abilities, and everyone is welcome. Tai Chi, an ancient Chinese tradition, is a form of exercise that uses slow, deliberate movements. Rather than using muscle [...]

What is your Story? Tell it now! PHOENIX OF PHILLIPS Fall 2017 Issue

“Healing–of body, mind, spirit, community” DEADLINE EXTENDED The ability to tell one’s own story is at the core of healing.  To be able to articulate one’s truth and to experience being heard by others are powerful tools to overcoming shame, isolation and fear.  What is your story of healing?  The Phoenix of Phillips [...]

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