Friday, April 14, 2017

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Thursday, March 30, 2017

The concerning behavior of concerned residents

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I have been shamelessly teasing a must-see video on Twitter. But there's a good reason: before we get to the video (do not skip ahead to the video), this story needs unpacking. It would be irresponsible to release this video without context.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Don't forget Ward 11 in 2017

John Quincy disappears during Ward 11 candidate forum.

There was a city council candidate forum down in Ward 11 last night. This is one of a handful of pivotal and competitive council races in Minneapolis this year (1, 3, 5, 7 and 11 - and if you think Barb can be beat, add Ward 4 to that list).

Thursday, March 23, 2017

2017 Wedge LIVE / MSP yimby Candidate Survey


Wedge LIVE has partnered with MSP yimby for a housing-focused 2017 Minneapolis candidate questionnaire. Thanks to all the candidates who participated.

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Monday, March 20, 2017

Lisa Bender on the radio



Ward 10 City Council Member Lisa Bender took the the AM radio airwaves recently to talk about the neighborhoods she represents, housing, safe streets, and the 2017 election.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Non-Notable Candidate for Mayor Creates and Edits Own Wikipedia Entry

Aswar Rahman
Following in the tradition of other non-notable candidates for Mayor of Minneapolis, Aswar Rahman has a Wikipedia page. However, voters looking for impartial sources of information about mayoral candidates should be aware that the Wikipedia page for Aswar Rahman appears to have been created and edited by Aswar Rahman.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Post-It Note Sparks Collective Outrage Among Minneapolis Neighborhood Associations

Peter Bajurny (left) is the man at the center of Post-It-Gate

A coalition of 18 Minneapolis neighborhood organizations has been privately working for months to pressure the City Council and other officials to delete a public comment they disagree with from a draft community engagement report published by the city. This is according to a leaked email provided by a person close to one of the neighborhood organizations involved.