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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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Georgia Ellyse partners with Faith's Lodge to honor life after death

Georgia Ellyse partners with Faith's Lodge to honor life after deathColumbus, Ga. – Minnesota born radio and television personality ,Georgia Ellyse, suffered the loss and accidental death of her infant daughter in 2007.

At the time, Ellyse was 19 and headed into her sophomore year of college. The current Foxie 105 FM (WFXE, Columbus, Ga.) Morning Show co-host found solace in a remote location of Danbury, Wis., where Faith's Lodge provides resort and hope to grief stricken families.
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Sabathani kicks off its March campaign

Sabathani kicks off its March campaignSabathani Community Center will be hosting a food and fund drive as part of the March Campaign, a statewide effort coordinated by the Minnesota FoodShare to raise food for local food shelves. Sabathani's goal is to collect 100,000 pounds of food and raise $25,000.
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Juggling life's choices from the kitchen

Juggling life's choices from the kitchenWhen most of us shudder at the thought of feeding 100 people, Lachelle Cunningham's wheels start turning.

She's thinking, "What's fresh and available? What ethnic cuisine should I explore? Which dish should I prepare that's tried and true and where can I be completely creative?"
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Metro Transit seeks input to shape service improvement plan

Metro Transit seeks input to shape service improvement planMetro Transit is asking for customer and community feedback to help develop a 10- to 15-year plan for expansion of its bus system.
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