This week, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board approved plans for new skate parks around the city.
Local restaurants have opened their doors to neighborhoods that are now food deserts.
Dad Bod talks about changing plans, food and most importantly its upcoming EP release, “Precursor,” set to debut July 10.
The University of Minnesota student group, Women for Political Change, caught the attention of students last month as they hosted community outreach events and helped provide anti-racism resources to students following the police killing of George Floyd. The organization was first founded at the University of Minnesota five years ago and has since branched out to other campuses.
Minneapolis has been in a state of constant change since police killed George Floyd and protests broke out in all corners of the city.
The art installation in South Minneapolis has over a hundred headstones made of cardboard, plastic and paper with the names of Black people killed by police.
The George Floyd protests not only brought Minneapolis together, but sparked a larger movement — the fight against systemic injustice — which soon took off across America. Some local photographers set out to capture the movement as it spread.
Remo Drive steps off the breaks in preparation for upcoming album “A Portrait of an Ugly Man," out June 26.
Video calls became the new “Want to grab coffee sometime?” to maintain social distancing guidelines and other coronavirus safety precautions that have been in place for the last three months.
University of Minnesota students Mac Scheldt and Katelyn McLane of Little Red Theatre Company came together to create the project "Tiny Plays from Quarantine," which aims to remind people of a time before the pandemic.