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Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Institute (PPGJLI) is launching the 100 Black Authors campaign. The campaign will promote cultural preservation through the arts and humanities and build an … more
At the age of 94, Tony’s grandmother Annie had lived a full, rich life. She had worked as a cook, raised two boys, kept poultry in her garage, and presided over a sprawling garden. A … more
Let’s expand access to biomarker testsFacing a cancer diagnosis is terrifying. When I was diagnosed with my first melanoma in 2015, I was halfway through grad school and working for my dream … more
On Feb.25, 2023, the Midway Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Celebration. The event is always a fun night and this year’s theme, “Music & The Midway,” meant it would … more
There’s a 10-year-old in our house, and my son Axel took on a few paper routes last summer. That means, of course, that mom did, too. I was excited he was interested in the family business and … more
February marks the beginning of Black History Month. This is an important opportunity to pause, reflect, and grow. It is an invitation to learn about the valuable contributions of Black leaders in … more
As 2022 ended and a snowy 2023 has begun, what does the new year hold for the Midway?New developments. The Midway and nearby neighborhoods have a lot of potential sites. Will we see approved plans at … more
Early reading supports learning and growth. It provides a solid foundation for academic achievement by introducing children to new words and concepts while developing critical thinking skills and … more
Let’s talk numbers for a minute. For the 12 months ending June 30, 2022, Xcel Energy reported a year over year gross profit increase of a healthy 4.03%. Adding to that, Xcel Energy shareholders … more
Planting People Growing Justice™ Leadership Institute (PPGJLI) is honoring educators with our Teacher Appreciation event. All area elementary school teachers are invited to attend. The special … more
On Nov. 15, the Minnesota State Historic Preservation Review Board voted unanimously, 11-0, to forward the nomination of the historic Henry Hale Memorial Library, Hamline Branch, to the federal … more
On a snowy Thursday night in November, neighbors walked, bussed, and drove to Hamline University for the Hamline Midway Coalition’s Annual Meeting. Speakers included Ramsey County Commissioner … more
Local journalism is facing an existential crisis because of Big Tech's abusive business tactics.   In the early days of the internet, the news was something you had to go out of your way … more
We’re all coming out of the pandemic a little worse for wear after so much isolation and struggle with changes in our society. I have noticed as a St. Paulite that there has been a huge … more
It was the summer before my junior year at Hamline University in 1977. I had already been named the editor of the Hamline Oracle, Hamline’s student newspaper, for my junior year, and I decided … more
The Hamline Midway Library and the neighborhood received welcome news in October that will hopefully lead to the building receiving designation on the National Register of Historic Places (NHRP). The … more
As many employers struggle to find workers, one group often gets overlooked: the disability community. Why does this group get overlooked, and how does it benefit employers who hire disabled … more
Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Institute is celebrating six years of making an impact in the community. We seek to plant seeds of social change through education, training, and community … more
If you were to travel back in time five or 10 years ago and walk around the Midway, it may feel like traveling back much farther. In a mere 10 years, we have gone from having initial construction … more
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