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A graphic advertising voting for the 2019 Picture City South photo contest.

Voting is now closed. Stay tuned for the winners!

A volunteer with Firefighters for Healing holds a giant teddy bear.

Firefighters for Healing brings toys to distract patients during dressing changes, provides meals for families, temporary housing for out-of-towners or camp scholarships, demonstrating they understand what each family needs to survive the trauma.

A young girl plucks a strawberry from the plant.

SLP Seeds in St. Louis Park, a grassroots organization founded in 2012, believes that reconnecting people to the earth through their food will lead to better sustainable practices, as well as help to eliminate hunger.

A graphic that reads "Meet Your Winners, City South Magazine Best of '19 Readers' Choice"

The 2019 Best of City South results are in. Here are the best restaurants, shops, salons and more in south Minneapolis and St. Louis Park, as voted by you, the readers.

TC Trainspotting blogger Lisa Hoff stands at the US Bank Stadium stop of the light rail.

Lisa Hoff is the woman behind TCTrainspotting, the Facebook blog that documents life on the Twin Cities’ light rail system.

2019 Best of City South finalists

The votes are in! Here are the top 3 finalists in each category of this year's Best of City South.

Three students reading.

The Uptown Rotary Club still thinks reading is fun.

Voting for the 2019 Best of City South survey is now closed. The results of our annual readers’ choice survey will be printed in July, in our special Best of edition of City South Magazine, and we'll need your help to fill it with the best City South has to offer.

Hobbyist photographer and St. Louis Park resident Jeff Liss took home the top prize in the Activities and Events  category of the Picture City South photo contest for his photo titled Practicing for Duck Season—his snapshot of a dog leaping gleefully into the gray-blue water at Lake Harriet.

This photo titled Curiosity features a young woman peeking through a door. The subject of the photo is photographer Jo Davis’ 7-year-old daughter, Riley.

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Saturday, February 29
[Arts & Performance]
TaikoArts Midwest proposes a simple, ground-breaking idea: bring the best North American and Japanese female taiko artists together for a two-week artist residency to collaborate and create a one-of-a-kind performance
Tuesday, January 28
[Food & Drink]
Join Farmer Dean at Wise Acre Eatery for our monthly farm series dinner where you'll learn about supporting a healthy environment through eating.