Powderhorn365 - A living history of Powderhorn Neighborhood in South Minneapolis

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  • 5/23/18 Kimani Beard

    "Tentacles of Confusion"

  • 5/21/18 David Pierini

    "High roller" Jeff Sartwell rolls paint on the north side of his 114-year-old home on Elliot Avenue Monday. Just over 20 feet high and about 72 feet long, Sartwell needed three gallons of burgundy paint to coat the side.

  • 5/22/18 Ben Wells

    “Ropa Sucia” A young girl, whose mother asked that she remain anonymous, waits for her family’s laundry at the Giant Express Laundromat on Chicago Ave. So far in this project, I have come across a lot of differing opinions about having one’s photo taken. Much of it is cultural - as Powderhorn is a diverse neighborhood. In these divisive days riddled with nativism, let us be good to all of our neighbors, respecting their viewpoints and learning to appreciate their experiences.

  • 5/19/18 David Pierini

    "A good start" Jex Arzayus is overcome with emotion after judges selected her as the winner of the Start-up category in first-annual Powderhorn Shark Tank. Arzayus's Rabbit Grub is a bike-powered vegan food cart that will provide fast vegan options with locally sourced ingredients. The Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association sponsored the event as a way to support local businesses.

  • 5/17/18 Steph Paxton

    "Plant Power" Maddie Hyde and Connor Edrington work on their garden in the front yard of their house along 16th Avenue.

  • 5/18/18 Jenn Fisher

    "Haitian Flag Day" 214th Annual Haitian Flag Day Celebration held at Powderhorn Park