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Unity Prevails and Speaks Out

Unity Prevails and Speaks Out

United support of Neighborhood’s diverse population was the message in this rally on Saturday February 18, 2017, to protest the immigration policies of the Trump administration.  The demonstration started in Powderhorn Park where several speakers talked about the policies to be contested and worked with the crowd on chanting slogans.  The [...]

March 2017 Alley Newspaper

March 2017 Alley Newspaper

February 2017 Alley Newspaper

February 2017 Alley Newspaper

Virtual Community News Adds “Market Hours”

Some ask, “Why is a newspaper called The Alley? Part of the answer lies in the idea that we still need conversations that happen over the neighbor’s fence, by the garage, shooting baskets, or fixing a bike.  Things happen in the backyards along the alleys.  Alleys are the place where straight talk happens without pretense. Others ask, [...]

Community Gatherings January 2017

Community Gatherings January 2017

Our Community has scores of gatherings every year of many kinds.  January 2017 began with even more than usual here, nationally, and around the world in response to a turbulent time when there is a sense that a RESET is necessary. Some of those gatherings are pictured here beginning on the Front Page and continuing on pages 6 and 7. Gatherings [...]

Chairman Archambault on MSNBC: ‘President Is Circumventing Federal Law’

Tamron Hall interviews Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II on MSNBC on January 25, 2017, about the Dakota Access Pipeline and President Donald Trump’s memorandum about the project. Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II was surprised that Trump acted so quickly, but not by his actions ICMN Staff • January 25, [...]

Minneapolis City Council returns borrowed Neighborhood Funding

BY JANA METGE Minneapolis City Council President Barb Johnson, Councilmember Cam Gordon, and Councilmember Kevin Reich are superstars to Minneapolis neighborhoods. Working diligently and quietly, they found a way to return once approved Neighborhood Revitalization dollars to the Minneapolis Neighborhoods that had been borrowed from [...]

2019 East Lake Made an Empty lot

2019 East Lake Made an Empty lot

The original Post and Beam, infrastructure, Vine Church built at Hiawatha and Lake St., moved to 2019 E. Lake before additions were made making the building’s shape less obvious are revealed in this photo during demolition for the land fill without any salvaging of materials!  City required spraying with water during demolition to control  [...]

Book review of “The Topless Widow of Herkimer Street” Poignant and Delightful Short Stories by Jacob M Appel

By Claudia P. Slovacek It’s been a few months since I put down this collection of short stories by Jacob Appel, but some of them remain embedded in my sub-conscience. Appel has been added to my “must read more by this author” list. Unfortunately, since I’m in two book clubs and the last quarter of the year tends to be my busiest at work, [...]

Attend Community Open House February 8 to help with the Cedar Avenue Field Park Master Plan!

Public Meeting Date: Feb. 8, 2017 Time: 6-8 pm Location: Southside Family Nurturing Center Address: 2448 18th Ave. S

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