November 2006

University seeks comments on neighborhood impact study

Process is ‘unprecedented’ opportunity to affect legislation

Sign of the times

You think politics have become a bit uncivil? Try putting up a Republican lawn sign in Seward.

Pickles and politics

Congressional candidate Tammy Lee's career is about as eclectic as the Town Talk Diner's menu

Meditation center will take up residence in former restaurant

Common Ground plans major renovation of The Diner

Fresh walls and renewed community

Members of a Marcy condo association come together to spruce up their building—and solidify relationships

Slumlord smackdown

With a notorious Southeast landlord losing her rental license, is the city finally getting serious about slumlords?

The new Southeast Lunds: A personal reflection

University seeks comments on neighborhood impact study

Process is ‘unprecedented’ opportunity to affect legislation

Design for Gopher football stadium goes to regents in December

Preparation of site underway

New Lunds Marketplace holds festive grand opening

Dinkytown restaurant the focus of constitutional debate

Council rejects Hofstede attempt to regulate style of music at the Loring Pasta Bar

‘Fiercely apolitical’ Gerold enjoying life on the stump

Deputy police chief undecided about returning to the force after Tuesday's election

Enjoy free cookies, pizza on Election Day

Election results for Kids Voting Minneapolis

Council committee again rejects bid to dictate music offerings at Loring Pasta Bar

Hofstede measure sent back to the drawing board

Seward Arts Festival this weekend

Department of Corrections

The Angler

On volunteers, bookish Bridgelanders, and decadent desserts . . .

Gopher football stadium design to go to regents in December

Grain elevator demolition begins

Little sister, big city

Guilt and proximity combine to rebuild a sibling bond

Southeast steam plant catches fire

Editorial: Politics vs. process

Gordon's refusal to make a statement on Chief Dolan makes a statement about political maturity

Bridal Veil Falls bridge completed

East River Road once again open to traffic