Northeast, Minneapolis

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addresses end in "NE". Unofficially it also includes the neighborhoods of the University community (University, Minneapolis) which have "NE" addresses, and the entirety of the Old Saint Anthony (Nicollet Island East Bank, Minneapolis) business district, which sits on the dividing line of "NE" and "SE" addresses. In the wider community, this business district, which is the oldest settlement in the city, is often identified as the heart of Northeast, in part

of the Pillsbury A Mill, stretching east to nearby Marcy Holmes. Geography The community is bounded by the city limits of Minneapolis on the north and east, by the Mississippi River on the west, and irregularly by a combination of streets and rail lines on the south (in the southeast, it is bounded by the Northeast Industrial Park, which is not a part of any community). It does not include the Old Saint Anthony business district, which is entirely located within the University, Minneapolis

Hennepin Avenue. Again, Northeast under this scheme does not include all of the Old Saint Anthony business district, as much of that (including landmarks such as Nye’s Polonaise Room) are on the “Southeast” side of that street. The Northeast Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce only identifies with the northeast streets. community profile sponsored by the Northeast Chamber The business district of Old Saint


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St. Austin Parish in North Minneapolis (which is set to be absorbed by St. Bridget Parish on January 1, 2012). This rally was the largest public expression of opposition to the Archdiocese's Strategic Plan. The Northeaster newspaper printed an editorial critical of the Holy Cross merger on August 10, 2011. Leaflets against the merger have been distributed in Northeast on at least three occasions. Northeast was also the site of significant developments in the history of the Orthodox Church in the United States. It was here that St. Alexis Toth founded the first Orthodox seminary in the United States at St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral. St. Alexis had been an Eastern Rite (Ruthenian (Ruthenian Catholic Church)) Catholic priest, who after a confrontation with the Roman Catholic Archbishop of St. Paul, John Ireland (John Ireland (archbishop)), converted to the Russian Orthodox Church. St. Alexis is responsible for the conversion of approximately 20,000 Eastern Rite Catholics to Orthodoxy. The Orthodox Church in America canonized St. Alexis in 1994. To date, the Vatican has made no similar move in Bishop Ireland's case. Presently, there are two Orthodox churches in Northeast: St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral http: www.stmarysoca.org about.html (associated with St. Alexis) and St. Michael and St. George Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Education Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) serves Northeast. Edison High School (Edison High School (Minnesota)) is located in Northeast. "Craig Vana will step in as interim Washburn principal." ''Minneapolis Star Tribune''. Updated April 12, 2013. Retrieved on May 10, 2013. "Vana was a popular and visible principal for five years at Edison High School in northeast Minneapolis, where he has lived for 40 years,


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, bustling commercial streets, and industrial work centers, along with new residential high-rises, suburban cul-de-sacs, big-box retail, and a popular art scene, Northeast offers diverse amenities as part bedroom neighborhood and job center for the city of Minneapolis. The prominent features of Northeast include ornate Eastern European influenced churches and massive grain silos and mills. Mostly built around the late 19th to early 20th century, these structures shadow the landscape of modest

The band The Hold Steady mentions the Quarry in its song "Southtown Girls." Arts In the past decades, Northeast has developed an artist community. Galleries (Art gallery) and studios now occupy many historic industrial buildings including the The Northrup King Building. The structure started in 1917 for the Northrup-King & Co. seed company and finally comprised 10 interconnected buildings that shipped seeds across the United States

. Now, it is the home of over 135 tenants, including 100 artists and including small business and nonprofit organizations. Other buildings with large numbers of art and design related tenants include the Grain Belt Brewery (Grain Belt (beer)) complex, the California Building, Thorp Building, the 2010 Artblok, and the Casket Arts Building. Another notable arts building is on Quincy Street, the Q'arma Building, which houses Altered Esthetics, an art gallery that works to sustain


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The band The Hold Steady mentions the Quarry in its song "Southtown Girls." Arts In the past decades, Northeast has developed an artist community. Galleries (Art gallery) and studios now occupy many historic industrial buildings including the The Northrup King Building. The structure started in 1917 for the Northrup-King & Co. seed company and finally comprised 10 interconnected buildings that shipped seeds across the United States. Now, it is the home of over 135 tenants, including 100 artists and including small business and nonprofit organizations. Other buildings with large numbers of art and design related tenants include the Grain Belt Brewery (Grain Belt (beer)) complex, the California Building, Thorp Building, the 2010 Artblok, and the Casket Arts Building. Another notable arts building is on Quincy Street, the Q'arma Building, which houses Altered Esthetics, an art gallery that works to sustain the historical role of artists as a true voice of society through exhibits and special programs. The gallery hosts new art shows each month with themes as varied as Day of the Dead, Video Game Art, and The Art of Service. Local and international artists alike compete for space in the juried and non-juried artistic shows. The recent arts influence is expressed by "Art-A-Whirl", an art crawl the third week of May that has existed for 18 years, encompassing 400 art studios. Art-A-Whirl website The Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (or NEMAA), which runs Art-A-Whirl, was instrumental in establishing the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District, bounded by Central Avenue, Broadway, the Mississippi River and 26th Avenue. This geographic area was officially recognized as the Arts District by declaration of the City of Minneapolis in 2003. In performing arts, the Ritz Theater, on 13th Avenue Northeast, is home to Ballet of the Dolls and many other arts organizations and community events. The historic venue, renovated in 2006, has brought life to the 13th Avenue Business District and seen the addition of many shops and restaurants since its renovation. Religion thumb right St. Constantine's Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Ukrainian Catholic (File:St. Constantine's Minneapolis 1.jpg) church. Northeast Minneapolis also became known for its large number of churches, including Minneapolis' first church, Our Lady of Lourdes Church (Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church (Minneapolis, Minnesota)) built on land donated by Pierre Bottineau and founded in 1849 as the First Universalist Society. Four of Minneapolis' five historical Polish churches are in Northeast: Holy Cross, All Saints, St. Hedwig, and Sacred Heart of Jesus Polish National Catholic Church. Holy Cross has a thriving Polish ministry staffed by the Society of Christ and continues to have Mass in Polish. A significant number of Polish Americans also belong to St. Anthony of Padua, as well as those of Irish descent. The Italian community is associated with Our Lady of Mount Carmel and St. Clement. The Slovak community and a growing Latino community are associated with Ss. Cyril & Methodius. Other ethnic Catholic churches include St. Maron (Lebanese), St. John's Byzantine Rite (Rusyn), St. Constantine's (Ukrainian), and St. Boniface (German). In mid October 2010, the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis announced a Strategic Plan which would merge Holy Cross, St. Hedwig and St. Clement into St. Anthony of Padua. This decision has met with significant opposition, with a number of appeals being sent to Archbishop John C. Nienstedt. One appeal, organized by the Polish Committee at Holy Cross, was signed by over 400 people. As a result, Archbishop Nienstedt issued a new decree on November 15, 2010, which extended the deadline for the merger to be enacted until July 2013, emphasized that Mass in Polish will continue in the merged parish, and ordered that after the merger that St. Anthony change its name to Holy Cross. Parishioners from St. Hedwig and Holy Cross appealed this second decree, requesting that their parishes be left out of the merger. Approximately 800 people signed this second appeal. In a December 27, 2010, letter, Archbishop Nienstedt rejected this appeal. As a result, Holy Cross parishioners organized an appeal to the Vatican's Congregation for Clergy. Over 1,000 people signed this appeal. In January 2011, the Congregation accepted the appeal for consideration. In late July, the Congregation found that Archbishop Nienstedt's decree did not violate canon law. This decision was appealed to the Apostolic Signature, which upheld the Congregation's ruling in mid-2012. Formal appeals exhausted, the parishes are set to merge on July 1, 2013. Some continue to appeal to Archbishop Nienstedt to remove Holy Cross and St. Hedwig's from the merger. To date, he has declined to do so and suggested that such appeals are based more on nationalism than on concern for the Catholic faith. The Polish-American media, notably the Polish American Journal and Kurier Polski of Minnesota, have covered the opposition to the Holy Cross merger extensively. Minnesota media also reported on an August 6, 2011, public rally against the merger of parishes in front of the St. Paul Cathedral. Approximately 75 people participated in the rally, most were Holy Cross supporters, while some were from St. Austin Parish in North Minneapolis (which is set to be absorbed by St. Bridget Parish on January 1, 2012). This rally was the largest public expression of opposition to the Archdiocese's Strategic Plan. The Northeaster newspaper printed an editorial critical of the Holy Cross merger on August 10, 2011. Leaflets against the merger have been distributed in Northeast on at least three occasions. Northeast was also the site of significant developments in the history of the Orthodox Church in the United States. It was here that St. Alexis Toth founded the first Orthodox seminary in the United States at St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral. St. Alexis had been an Eastern Rite (Ruthenian (Ruthenian Catholic Church)) Catholic priest, who after a confrontation with the Roman Catholic Archbishop of St. Paul, John Ireland (John Ireland (archbishop)), converted to the Russian Orthodox Church. St. Alexis is responsible for the conversion of approximately 20,000 Eastern Rite Catholics to Orthodoxy. The Orthodox Church in America canonized St. Alexis in 1994. To date, the Vatican has made no similar move in Bishop Ireland's case. Presently, there are two Orthodox churches in Northeast: St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral http: www.stmarysoca.org about.html (associated with St. Alexis) and St. Michael and St. George Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Education Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) serves Northeast. Edison High School (Edison High School (Minnesota)) is located in Northeast. "Craig Vana will step in as interim Washburn principal." ''Minneapolis Star Tribune''. Updated April 12, 2013. Retrieved on May 10, 2013. "Vana was a popular and visible principal for five years at Edison High School in northeast Minneapolis, where he has lived for 40 years,


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of Lourdes Catholic Church (Minneapolis, Minnesota) Our Lady of Lourdes Church built on land donated by Pierre Bottineau and founded in 1849 as the First Universalist Society. Four of Minneapolis' five historical Polish churches are in Northeast: Holy Cross, All Saints, St. Hedwig, and Sacred Heart of Jesus Polish National Catholic Church. Holy Cross has a thriving Polish ministry staffed by the Society of Christ and continues to have Mass in Polish. A significant number of Polish Americans


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the historical role of artists as a true voice of society through exhibits and special programs. The gallery hosts new art shows each month with themes as varied as Day of the Dead, Video Game Art, and The Art of Service. Local and international artists alike compete for space in the juried and non-juried artistic shows. The recent arts influence is expressed by "Art-A-Whirl", an art crawl the third week of May that has existed for 18 years, encompassing 400 art studios. http


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in Northeast Minneapolis. These newer businesses often operate side by side with older establishments from the earlier era (for example long-time Northeast institutions Nye's Polonaise Room and Kramarczuk's Sausage Company in the Old St Anthony district sit near more recent arrivals Punch Pizza, Chipotle, and Panera Bread). Other shopping districts in Northeast with significant new energy from newer restaurants, boutiques, and galleries are 13th Avenue between 2nd Street and 4th Street (the commercial

of Lourdes Catholic Church (Minneapolis, Minnesota) Our Lady of Lourdes Church built on land donated by Pierre Bottineau and founded in 1849 as the First Universalist Society. Four of Minneapolis' five historical Polish churches are in Northeast: Holy Cross, All Saints, St. Hedwig, and Sacred Heart of Jesus Polish National Catholic Church. Holy Cross has a thriving Polish ministry staffed by the Society of Christ and continues to have Mass in Polish. A significant number of Polish Americans

Plan which would merge Holy Cross, St. Hedwig and St. Clement into St. Anthony of Padua. This decision has met with significant opposition, with a number of appeals being sent to Archbishop John C. Nienstedt. One appeal, organized by the Polish Committee at Holy Cross, was signed by over 400 people. As a result, Archbishop Nienstedt issued a new decree on November 15, 2010, which extended the deadline for the merger to be enacted until July 2013, emphasized that Mass in Polish will continue


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The band The Hold Steady mentions the Quarry in its song "Southtown Girls." Arts In the past decades, Northeast has developed an artist community. Galleries (Art gallery) and studios now occupy many historic industrial buildings including the The Northrup King Building. The structure started in 1917 for the Northrup-King & Co. seed company and finally comprised 10 interconnected buildings that shipped seeds across the United States


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As before, Annie Holoien and Maren "Sturgeon" Macosko played guitar (electric guitar), Danny Henry played the drums (drum kit), and Susy Sharp played the bass guitar while all four bandmembers sang. Every track on the album clocked in at under three minutes

Northeast, Minneapolis

'''Northeast''' is a defined community (Neighborhoods of Minneapolis) in the U.S. city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, composed of 13 smaller neighborhoods whose street addresses end in "NE". Unofficially it also includes the neighborhoods of the University community (University, Minneapolis) which have "NE" addresses, and the entirety of the Old Saint Anthony (Nicollet Island East Bank, Minneapolis) business district, which sits on the dividing line of "NE" and "SE" addresses. In the wider community, this business district, which is the oldest settlement in the city, is often identified as the heart of Northeast, in part because it lies across the Mississippi River from Downtown Minneapolis (Central, Minneapolis). The neighborhood is also referred to as "Nordeast".

The modern community includes commercial districts stretching along the major corridors of University Avenue (University Avenue (Minneapolis-St. Paul)), Central Avenue, East Hennepin Avenue, Broadway Avenue, and Stinson and New Brighton Boulevards towards the city limits. Blending a heritage of old architecture, classic housing, bustling commercial streets, and industrial work centers, along with new residential high-rises, suburban cul-de-sacs, big-box retail, and a popular art scene, Northeast offers diverse amenities as part bedroom neighborhood and job center for the city of Minneapolis. The prominent features of Northeast include ornate Eastern European influenced churches and massive grain silos and mills. Mostly built around the late 19th to early 20th century, these structures shadow the landscape of modest Victorians and four story apartments.

The area was the City of St Anthony before it was annexed into Minneapolis, and is thus sometimes confused with the city named Saint Anthony (Saint Anthony, Minnesota) which abuts Northeast Minneapolis on the northeast, or Saint Anthony Park, a Saint Paul neighborhood that abuts it to the southeast. Northeast is sometimes referred to as "Nordeast", reflecting the history of northern and eastern European immigrants and their language influence (North Central American English).

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