Powderhorn365 - A living history of Powderhorn Neighborhood in South Minneapolis

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  • 10/15/18 David Pierini

    "Four brothers" Marlon Eagle Tail, left, traveled from New Mexico to visit family in Minneapolis. On Monday, Marlon spent the afternoon fishing at Powderhorn Park with his brothers, Samuel Eagle Tail, Wakinyan Eagle Tail and Nathan Fine Day.

  • 10/14/18 Michael Wright

    "First proper snow of the season" Fresh snow on fresh paint.

  • 10/13/18 Aria Dominguez

    "Garden Gnome" The garden next to May Day Cafe had a real live gnome this morning. Peregrine's older siblings have been featured by various P365 photographers over the years, and his mother was a daily photographer in 2013, so it's fitting that he was found by my lens.

  • 10/11/18 Steph Paxton

    "Hello Neighbor!" Neighbors introduce each other while enjoying a meal together at the Powderhorn Park Neighborhood association's annual gathering. The annual gathering allowed for neighbors to come together, listen to new developments and vote on board members for the upcoming year, as well as share food from Marla's Caribbean Cuisine and La Loma Tamales.

  • 10/12/18 Jenn Fisher

    "Pear Man" Hassan Rostankhami offered me a pear fresh off his pear tree when I walked by his house on East 33rd St and 17th Ave South. He uses a homemade device that carefully twists a pear right off the branch, no matter how high it may be in the tree. I walked away with three pears and a new friend.

  • 10/11/18 Kimani Beard

    "In transit Blooming & Lake"

  • 10/9/18 Ben Wells

    "Mama Sheila’s Soul Food Kitchen" Debbie Allen dishes up some delights from Mama Sheila’s Buffet located on the corner of 38th and Bloomington. The restaurant, having opened about a month ago, bolsters an awesome ambiance, an incredibly warm and friendly staff, and most importantly, a wide array of amazing soul food (available for dine in or takeout).