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17th Annual Julian Parker Lecture Series: Social mobility in diverse communities

17th Annual Julian Parker Lecture Series: Social mobility in diverse communitiesThe University of St. Thomas College of Education, Leadership and Counseling is set to host the 17th Annual Julian Parker Lecture Series.
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Robbinsdale Mets win championship

Robbinsdale Mets win championshipThe 7th grade girls MN Stars team walked onto the NDSU basketball court(s) and took charge. The girls were crowned champions on Sunday. The girls won all four games and walked away with 1st place in their division beating the returning champions the Mandan Haulers.
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Project Superhero gets Sullivan Ballou Award

Project Superhero gets Sullivan Ballou AwardOn Thursday, March 13, 2014, Nnamdi Okoronkwo and Jonathan Palmer received the Sullivan Ballou Award for their volunteer work on Project Superhero in a small ceremony in North Minneapolis.
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Sights, Sounds and Soul: Twin Cities through the lens of Charles Chamblis Exhibit Opening

Sights, Sounds and Soul: Twin Cities through the lens of Charles Chamblis Exhibit OpeningFrom family reunions to the nightclub scene, there is no one who documented the Twin Cities black community like Charles Chamblis. Affectionately called "The Pictureman," he had a passion for photography and a knack for being everywhere at the right time.
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Film screening: "The Abolitionists"

Film screening: Metropolitan State University hosts film screening of the film "The Abolitionists" at two university locations.
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Community input needed for northside bikeway plans

Community input needed for northside bikeway plansOnline survey, door-knocking under way

The City of Minneapolis is continuing to explore the possibility of converting low-traffic streets in north Minneapolis to a greenway with a safe, accessible route for bicyclists and pedestrians.
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Rents rising in Frogtown as light rail opening day approaches

Rents rising in Frogtown as light rail opening day approachesThe Green Line's opening is four months away, but the train has already brought rent increases for Frogtown renters.

Organizations working closely with Frogtown have been worried about rent increases for years, and recent data from HousingLink shows that these fears may be justified.
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