May 2009

501 Club opens on Washington Avenue

Grand opening of 331 Club sister-bar is May 1

Farmers’ markets kick off 2009 season

Landlords form new neighborhood group in Marcy-Holmes

Somali ‘open mosque’ not only appreciated but necessary

Letter to the editor

‘Galab wanagsan’

West Bank mosque greets community visitors at April open houses

Bridgeland Angler

Arvonne Fraser room dedicated; John Coy baseball reading May 9; schoolkid awards and achievements; Old St, Anthony block club awarded; Seward Co-op design award

Memory and forgetting

Prospect Park resident Paul Zerby publishes first novel

Seward resident wins Sister Kenny prize — again

Winning piece, exhibit on display at Abbott Northwestern through May 22

Take a whirl through Bridgeland galleries, May 15–17

Annual Northeast art crawl includes Bridgeland, Southeast spots

April 30–May 10

Crime victims’ resource fair; Arbor Day; Cinco de Mayo; Sullivan plant sale; Habitat for Humanity concert; Flamenco; art exhibits and openings

The Bridge will say farewell to print, gather the community online

May 11–17

Brown-Ryan Livery Stable tour; Seward garage sale; Dowling plant sale; Seward Child Care 35th anniversary; McKnight clay artists; Dean Magraw; Augsburg and Book Arts exhibits; more

Renee Allen joins 1st Precinct

CORRECTION: 1st Precinct open house is Wednesday, May 13 (not May 16)

Bike/Walk to Work Day, Thursday, May 14

Bridgeland businesses offer breakfast, happy hour deals for bikers and walkers

Memories of a Depression baby

Marcy-Holmes house connects past and current residents

Should Minneapolis stop busing students all over the city?

Part one of the Twin Cities Daily Planet's YOUR TURN articles on "changing school options" for Minneapolis Public Schools

Crime alert: Southeast, Northeast see 25 home burglaries in past week

Prevention tips; block club training is May 27

May 19–31

Hmong cookbook; journalist Steve Brandt; Pratt Ice Cream Social; St. Anthony Main concerts; Matthews Park turns 40; InkTANK finale; the life of Phillip K. Dick

Demagnetizing Minneapolis schools?

Part two of the Twin Cities Daily Planet's YOUR TURN forums on "changing school options" for Minneapolis Public Schools

Somalis deal with the reality and stigma of mental illness

New home, old wounds among challenges

HOURCAR available at the Seward Co-op

Play in the dirt

Great ideas to make your garden grow

CityKid Java serves U students, urban youth

Urban Ventures, ARAMARK partner to open Carlson School café

Diversity, integration, segregation in Minneapolis Public Schools

The last in a series of Twin Cities Daily Planet forum articles on Changing School Options in Minneapolis