Powderhorn365 - A living history of Powderhorn Neighborhood in South Minneapolis

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  • 5/25/17 David Pierini

    "The place to park" Hollis Holmes, left, and Camille Roberts enjoy the sun and a late lunch overlooking the lake in Powderhorn Park. Holmes said he stayed indoors during the rainy days of the previous weeks waiting anxiously for a sunny day in the park. He was grateful for Thursday afternoon.

  • 5/24/17 Brian Whitson

    "Reflection of me" Self portrait of my reflection in the window of Modus Locus."

  • 5/23/17 Mark Warren

    Block Club Leader Jennifer Ghanstrom shares a story with her fellow Block Club Leaders at the South Minneapolis Block Club Leader Celebration in the Powderhorn Recreation Center gym Tuesday night May 23.

  • 5/22/17 Elizabeth Mullen

    "Hello Sunshine" After enduring 5 days of dreary skies and cool rain, the universe has gifted us with a magnificent sunrise.

  • 5/21/17 Palani Pozzani

    "Little Library w/Flair" The Artstop Garden at East 32nd St. & Chicago Avenue across the street from Modern Times Cafe features a couple of little libraries, benches, and a totem pole like structure, among other things, all decorated and/or containing one form or art or another. From artsonchicago.org: "The Artstop Garden was created by the Parkside West Block Club in 1991 after local artist Florence Hill purchased the abandoned lot from the city. In 2008 the Artstop Garden became the winner of the Police Building Blocks Award. The goal was to create a feeling of serenity through the interactions of sculptures, flowers and trees. And that they did. By taking this lot under their wing, the neighborhood has created a green space that creates pride in the neighborhood, which, in turn, prevents crime."