Prospect Park

New project renews Prospect Park resident concerns about University expansion

Some Prospect Park residents are worried the University of Minnesota is planning to seize their homes in order to complete future projects.


COMMUNITY VOICES | Finding hope in a time of apocalypse

Attending a movie recently, my husband and I noted that most of the previews for upcoming films featured dystopian movies – stories where the planet or the human race is threatened with annihilatio


NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES | "Hard Times: Songs and Tunes of the Civil War Era"

Prospect Park United Methodist Church presents the opening performance of its 2012-13 Concert Series with, “Hard Times: Songs & Tunes of the Civil War Era,” Saturday, September 15, at 7:30 pm.&


Amid light-rail construction, barber relies on regulars

Pete Lebak waits for customers in front of his one-chair barbershop Saturday on University Avenue. Despite a drop in business during light-rail construction, Lebak is determined to keep his shop operating, as he has done for the last 32 years. (Photos by Mark Van Cleave)

The barber shop doesn’t have a cash register or a computer. The space is filled with deer heads, old chairs and plants.

At Pete Lebak Barber Stylist, a haircut is $12 flat.

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