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There’s something in the soil, in the turning of it, in the planting of seeds and watching them sprout and bloom with food and flowers for family, friends, and neighbors that attracts us in ever larger numbers. It brings together young and old, the low-income and affluent, as well as many other racially and economically diverse urban dwellers seeking better nutrition and self-confidence.

Mary Lethert Wingerd, author of North Country: The Making of Minnesota, the untold history of how the land of the Dakota and Ojibwe became the State of Minnesota.

The annual Freedom of Information Day:http://mncogi.blogspot.com/ is upon us March 16, sponsored by the Minnesota Council on Government information (MN-COGI):http://www.mncogi.org/. You’d think this would not be a necessary day, but government at all levels, remains hell-bent on classifying or labeling as private or secret or confidential much of the information that should be made public.

Record-breaking foreclosures continue apace across the country – and in Minnesota, but, despite laws designed to help tenants avoid premature eviction, renters are getting taken for a ride by banks and realtors who want them out of their homes and units so the properties can be turned over for a profit much sooner than the law allows.

From all indications, we can’t take the need for an accurate count of all our state’s residents too seriously. At stake could be the millions of federal dollars and, ultimately, the strength of our representation in Washington DC.

In this, our last of three programs covering Twin Cities elections, journalists from around Minneapolis come together to talk about that city’s Mayoral, Ward, Park Board, and Board of Estimate and Taxation contests, which are the hottest or the most obscure, and who may or may not deserve much more scrutiny that local media are giving them two weeks away from the November 3rd election.

MinneCulture:Minneculture presents Vaudeville & Burlesque: The History of Variety Theater in the Twin Cities Produced by Michelle Alimoradi & Judith McKenzie Wed, Jan 19, 7:30-8pm.

In the early 20th century, Vaudeville and Burlesque shows were the main form of entertainment across the country, and the Twin Cities were a major stop on the rail line for many of the biggest touring productions.

Visibility & Dignity – The Tretter Collection

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Vivian Delgado (Yaqui/Puebloean) has written a significant amount of literature that has appeared as articles, essays, research and chapters, including curriculum; many of them about Native America an

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