Train graffiti near Dight Avenue and 43rd Street. Photo: Ashley Yellick

Location: 2727 East Lake St. A fundraiser for library programs. Friends of East Lake Community Library is a volunteer-run organization with a mission to support East Lake Hennepin County Library. They help our library through book sales, volunteering, fundraising, serving as ambassadors in the community for the library, and other support activities. https://www.supporthclib.org/east-lake. Photo: Trica... Continue Reading →

In an unassuming basement in Longfellow, Cooper resident John Barron keeps a museum of European racing bikes. This fully-chromed 1976 Colnago Super is just one of a few valuable bikes he collects and sells at http://www.velostuf.com. Photo: Rick Fuentes

Location: Coffey Ln. and Fowell Dr. A Tulip Garden Guarded within the old red wall’s embrace, Marshalled like soldiers in gay company, The tulips stand arrayed. Here infantry Wheels out into the sunlight. What bold grace Sets off their tunics, white with crimson lace! Here are platoons of gold-frocked cavalry, With scarlet sabres tossing in... Continue Reading →

Location: Minnehaha Academy - 3100 W. River Pkwy The The Longfellow Community Council's annual resource fair, pie potluck, and board member election meeting. Photo: Martin Schub

Location: Merlins Rest Pub - 3601 E. Lake St. This dance, titled "Orange in Bloom" and performed by the Bells of the North dance group (foreground dancers: Lara and Trenne), is a traditional Sherburne song originating from England. Bells of the North, among other Minneapolis traditional dance groups, performed at Merlins Rest Pub on Lake... Continue Reading →

Location: Hymie's Vintage Records - 3820 E Lake St. Hundreds of people came out to celebrate the 7th annual Hymie's Record Store Day Block Party. Photo: Trica Leland

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