While the Twin Cities may be chock full of events to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the partial government shutdown is affecting observance plans across the country.
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The MPRB just released plans for North Minneapolis’ 31 neighborhood parks and three regional trails.
Green Card Voices (GCV) needs your help with a new book project. Nominate an immigrant to tell their story in GCV’s upcoming book: Green Card STEM Voices! Nominees must be currently residing in Minnesota and working in STEM: that’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Nominations will be considered for people working in all science fields, […]
Dr. Verna Price shares her step-by-step approach to creating successful changes in your life.
The St. Paul City Council recently approved more than $1 million in grants for 34 organizations to fund arts and culture projects as part of the 2018 Cultural STAR Program — an initiative created in 1993 to promote economic growth in St. Paul by strengthening the arts and culture sector.
The Step Up Youth Employment Program is now accepting applications for 2019 summer internship placements.
With a $3,865 grant from Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless, New Creation Baptist Church (NCBC) in South Minneapolis can provide more food to individuals experiencing hunger and homelessness.
Oasis of Love Crisis Intervention Program will offer a free four-part series for women who have experienced financial abuse within an interpersonal relationship.
MnDOT is reminding travelers to plan ahead and check road conditions before beginning a trip.
The Nutcracker performance takes place at the Eden Prairie High School Performing Arts Center December 14-16.