To submit, please contact the publisher Ed Felien at, to see if your article or ideas for an article are of interest to the newspaper.

Community Calendar

To submit a press release, contact art director Ashley Pederson at

Religion Calendar

To submit a press release, contact Elaine Klaassen at

All of the above may also be mailed to Southside Pride, 3200 Chicago Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55407.

Press Release

WHO, WHAT, WHEN and WHERE should be clearly visible. Maximum length 1 page.


Southside Pride publishes three editions each month.

  • 1st Monday of the month: the Phillips/Powderhorn edition
  • 2nd Monday of the month:  the Nokomis edition
  • 3rd Monday of the month:  the Riverside edition

When to Submit an announcement:

Get a calendar and identify when your event is taking place. You want your announcement to appear in an edition or editions that are printed BEFORE the event takes place.  Once you have identified the edition(s) in which you want your announcement to appear, send us the information a week before the first edition you want published.

Example 1:  If your event is October 15 on a Sunday  and you want it announced in three editions beforehand, you’ll see the three editions that come before October 15 come out Sept. 18 (Riverside), Oct. 2 (Phillips/Powderhorn) and Oct. 9 (Nokomis).  You must submit your information a week before Sept. 18.

Example 2:  If you want the announcement to start in the Phillips/Powderhorn edition of October, and run in only two editions, you must submit your information a week before Oct. 2.

Call Southside Pride at 612-822-4662 with questions.


  1. A welcome article about Senator Franken. Tony Bouza says that the teachers’ union exists the unfit. That is not the purpose of the teachers’ union or any other union. If the unfit get protected from with unions or without them-it happens both ways– that is hardly the same as being the purpose. As for the bit on Chanukah, most of it is true. Some if it is true sometimes. There is no primary food of latkes–i am Jewish, and I never heard of a latke until I was an adult. Sufganyot are served in Israel and maybe the S’fardic diaspora. Might they show up sometime as a novelty in the US? Sure. Once, around ten years ago, in fact, I saw one. The bit about gifts? It varies eith the family. Some of what was described is sometimes. I would rather not see my religion described al all than have it represented mostly accurately.

  2. I can’t believe this–I heard recently that the government is going to try and drive out homeless people before the Super Bowl to “clean it up” around the Twin Cities, in a calculated manner, even going so far as to maybe shut down a homeless shelter. Regarding the last part, I hope they wouldn’t be that evil…but anyway, this is an outrage!

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