Blogs & Blog Posts on Community in Minnesota



Blogs on "Community"

Babbitt, Minnesota
The Babbitt, Minnesota Community Forum is intended for Babbitt, Mn. and Reg...

Resettling Big Stone County
Family moves from St. Paul to rural Big Stone County to live the sustainabl...

Powderhorn365
Powderhorn365 is a collaborative effort by 7 photographers who have jointly...

MNteractive.com
Minnesota's Interaction Design Community

PF Hyper Blog
A tech blog that touches politics and education. I use a Mac so you will he...

Wandering In The Wilderness
My journey through life & raising my family in Minnesota after moving f...

Whisper and Friends Blog
We share information on local events and things to do in the area. We also...

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I’m 20-something lover of people, yoga, wine, food, and travel. I car-da...

Blog Posts on Community

Consoling and Being Consoled by Creo en Dios! on Feb 6, 2012 in Main, community, consolation, sufferingYesterday’s Gospel was Jesus’ healing of Peter’s mother-in-law, a reading paired with a passage from The Book of Job. There were many things in Fr. Dale’s sermon at Christ the King that were compelling, particularly his sugges...



Cuppa Java in Bryn Mawr by Nokohaha on Jan 30, 2012 in , Odds and Ends, Bryn Mawr, community, Cuppa Java, dogs, foodies, grilled cheese, Lao New Year, library books, minestrone, mukluks, neighbors, sandwiches, Summit Pale Ale, wineSince blogs and self described ‘foodies’ are taking over the radio waves, everyone is suddenly a food critic. Including me. But in critiquing food, we often forget that food is more about nourishment and comfort as it is about foams and sous vide...



Strenuous Yet Relaxed by Creo en Dios! on Jan 24, 2012 in Main, community, mercy, sinOne of the books I’m currently reading is Where God Happens, by Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury. I have no basis on which to evaluate Williams as a prelate, but I always benefit from his writing. In this book, he brings forth the wisdo...



Performance review and Porter decision by On My Mind on Jan 18, 2012 in CommunityLast month after I came back from a three-week trip to China, I was surprised to read in Woodbury Bulletin that South Washington County School Board didn’t renew Superintendent Mark Porter’s contract that will expire in June 2012. No deta...



Join Our Censorship Protest! by The Chisago County Zeitgeist on Jan 17, 2012 in Community, Features, Freshly Pressed, Censorship, laws, PIPA, Senate, SOPAHave you been paying attention to all the hubbub online about the proposed U.S. legislation (SOPA/PIPA) that threatens internet freedom? I wrote about it last week over on WordPress.org, but the gist is this: there’s a bill in the U.S. Senate...



Faith Communities and Belonging by Creo en Dios! on Jan 17, 2012 in Main, church, communityI just moved to a different parish. For various reasons, the parish I had been a member of since we moved to the Twin Cities from New York in 2007 is not longer a good fit and has ceased to be a source of spiritual nourishment for me. After spending...



Reflections on MLK by Wandering In The Wilderness on Jan 15, 2012 in CommunityOn Friday I was subbing as a para in a school nearby. In one class we got to see an historical actress tell us about Jane Adam's life and her founding of the Hull House in Chicago. It was quite a remarkable story (and the actress did a great job brin...



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