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Minneapolis farmers market photos capture transactions and diversity

(Photos by Mark Allan Peterson)

Twin Cities photographer Mark Peterson is at it again. And this time, he wanted to document one of summer’s fleeting moments — the Minneapolis Farmers Market.

The prolific local photographer shot over 50 photographs of customer’s transactions with vendors at the Minneapolis Farmers Market on North Lyndale earlier this month. And the results are surprisingly entertaining.

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Minnesota’s first Korean immersion school may benefit adoptees

(Photos by Susie Voss)

Korean adoptees in Minnesota will soon have a way to better get in touch with their heritage.

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Southwest LRT Threatens the "City of Lakes"

"Despicable" Congressman Martin Sabo called the Southwest LRT plan sold to the public as equity for the North Side.

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Gymnastics meets horseback riding at Minnesota State Fair

Photos By: 
Jeff Rutherford

The Minnesota State Fair has one of the premier horse expositions in the Upper Midwest and all events are free with gate admission. Each year, the Fair offers new features to the horse show.

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NEWS DAY | Who gets to sleep? High school vs. kindergarten in St. Paul

Does helping high school students learn have to mean making life and learning more difficult for first-graders? That’s the question many St. Paul parents are asking, as St.

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Southwest LRT Threatens the City of Lakes: City Council Votes This Friday

"Despicable" Congressman Martin Sabo called the Southwest LRT plan sold to the public as equity for the North Side.

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Riding the Green Line: Why shared public space matters

I board the Green Line, traveling east from downtown Minneapolis. It’s my first time taking the new line mid-day on a weekday, and I’m riding it just a few stops. It seems quiet.

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Sparky's Grill opens at Como Golf Course

(Photo by Jessica Hilmanowski) Sparky’s veranda offers a great view of the Como Golf Course.

When the new Sparky’s Grill at the Como Golf Course Club House opened in June, the event went virtually unnoticed.

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A new name, expanded program at Rock Star Supply Co.

One year after Rock Star Supply Co. set up shop at the southwest corner of Raymond and University avenues, the tutoring and writing development center that offers free tutoring and homework help to low-income students ages 6 to 18, has adopted a new name and expanded programming.

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