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A new world needs new people

A new world needs new people

By PATRICK CABELLO HANSEL St. Paul’s Lutheran and its Semilla Center for Healing and the Arts are committed to transforming the neighborhood, and building stronger, healthier and (even) wiser neighbors. These are just some of the activities this spring & summer: Sat. May 12, 10am to 1pm: Pollinate Phillips: planting green, planting [...]

Roland Wells: 30 of 45 years of ministry at Portland Av. St. Paul’s Lutheran

Roland Wells: 30 of 45 years of ministry at Portland Av. St. Paul’s Lutheran

Pastor Roland Wells, Senior Pastor of St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church on Portland and Franklin Avenues for 30 years, will retire from that ministry to continue other ministry. By ST. PAUL’S CONGREGATION For thirty years, Pastor Roland Wells has been pastor of St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran at 1901 Portland. That will come to an end [...]

What is the U of M’s Wages Study about?

What is the U of M’s Wages Study about?

The minimum wage is scheduled to rise to $15 an hour in Minneapolis over the next 5 years. The Wages Study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, will evaluate the effects of this increase on the health of low-wage Minneapolis workers. The study will look at a number of health-related measures including food purchases. The aim is to enroll [...]

Help Fill Our Bowl

Help Fill Our Bowl

April 2018 Alley Newspaper

April 2018 Alley Newspaper

Phillips Aquatic Center Open House Week

Phillips Aquatic Center Open House Week

New, enlarged Entrance with canopy to the Phillips Community Center main entrance to enlarged, remodeled, Phillips Aquatic Center, Gymnasiums, and rented offices at 2323 11th Avenue. | HARVEY WINJE /ALLEYNEWS Phillips Aquatic Center at Phillips Community Center (2323 11th Ave. So.) Open House Week Mpls. Parks & Recreation is hosting an [...]

Minneapolis’ South High School students march under clear skies, the watchful eye of Principal Aponte, and the flight of an eagle.

Minneapolis’ South High School  students march under clear skies, the watchful eye of Principal Aponte, and the flight of an eagle.

COURTESY SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL’S FACEBOOK PAGE By SOUTHHIGHSCHOOL FACEBOOK PAGE AND PARTIALLY ADAPTED FROM THE GUARDIAN On March 14, 2018, specifically, memorializing the mass shooting one month before and, generally, heightening awareness and a call for action, thousands of high school students walked out of their schools in peaceful but [...]

March 2018 Alley Newspaper

March 2018 Alley Newspaper

ELECTION NOTICE MINNESOTA CHIPPEWA TRIBES Primary Election

ELECTION NOTICE MINNESOTA CHIPPEWA TRIBES Primary Election

Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 8:00am—8:00pm

HHH Class uses “Jumper Cables” to boost The Alley Transition

HHH Class uses “Jumper Cables”  to boost The Alley Transition

SUSAN ANN GUST /ALLEYNEWS By SUSAN ANN GUST The Alley Newspaper’s key volunteers/leadership are elated to have spent Saturday, Feb. 3 with 13 amazing graduate students from the U of M Humphrey Institute in a class called “Stakeholders Skills for Policymakers and Planners”. The Public Affairs class is taught by Wendy Wustenberg and Lee [...]

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