Community

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.

The 2018 Best of City South survey is here! Don't miss your chance to vote for your favorite shops, restaurants, hot spots and more.

Photographer Mardo Charuc writes about his photo “Winter Beauty,” which won first place in the photo contest’s “Wildlife and Nature” category:

You may not be aware of it in the midst of your frantic holiday shopping, but a phone app called Branch Messenger may be making your trips to the St. Louis Park Target a little more efficient this year.

What’s odd about this picture? Looks familiar, surely—the northeast corner of one of our busiest intersections, Minnetonka Boulevard and Louisiana Avenue. There’s Guzzi’s Barber Shop and the dressmaker’s shop. But what’s that house behind it?  

Welcome to the inaugural issue of City South Magazine. We’re building on the success and popularity of St. Louis Park Magazine and expanding our reach to include Minneapolis neighborhoods south of the lakes and west of I-35W.

The City South Photo Contest is on the hunt for beautiful photos of our community. This photo contest, presented by City South Magazine, showcases the best photographers in our community—not to mention the subjects that give them inspiration.

It’s our annual Best of St.

PLACE—short for Projects Linking Art, Community and Environment (full name PLACE E-Generation One, LLC)—is the nonprofit organization behind the mixed-use community development project called Via that is proposed for the former McGarvey

In the spirit of Pride Month, Golden Valley will be hosting its second annual Pride Festival on June 11 at Brookview Park.

A brochure on racial equity produced by the city of St. Louis Park presents two circle graphs of the city’s overall and school populations by race. Some 20 percent of the overall population and more than 40 percent of school children are people of color.

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Thursday, July 25
[Education & Community]
Join Seena Hodges of The Woke Coach and an esteemed panel for an engaging, in-depth conversation about allyship, privilege, and the importance of true inclusion!
Saturday, August 10
[Arts & Performance], [Education & Community], [Food & Drink]
Celebrate Lake Street's immigrant and refugee owned restaurants with an evening of food, art, and fun!