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A neighbor looks at the mural exhibit at 825 University Ave. (Photo by Tyler Olsen-Highness) Four murals created in the wake of George Floyd’s murder have been re-introduced to the public at 825 … more
Kimball court Kimball Court, which provides supportive housing in Hamline-Midway, can be enlarged with a new conditional use permit. The St. Paul Planning Commission July 20 approved a new … more
Charter school prompts debate Hmong College Prep Academy has won St. Paul City Council and Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) approval for conduit financing, on a 4-3 margin Aug. 26. But … more
    The group rolled out, maintaining physical distancing while practicing safe bike skills in traffic. First stop on the night’s ride was the Express Bike Shop on Selby … more
Hello Greater Hamline/Midway Community, Like many I started this year with a New Year’s Resolution. My resolution has been very challenging due to … more
    Executive director Laura Zabel stands outside the new headquarters for Springboard for the Arts in Frogtown. A second renovation is in progress, following extensive property … more
Telling his own children about George Floyd’s death was one of hardest things Rev. Ronald Bell ever did Reverend Dr. Ronald Bell Jr. with his wife, Dr. Eboni Bell, and his two sons. Bell encouraged … more
Melvin Giles   These lyrics were jointly written by Megan P, Deon H. and Melvin G. The song is a tribute to Bill Withers. When I wake up in the morning light I think about my … more
I Am Somebody Maxfield Elementary School Principal Ryan Vernosh had just four days to lead Maxfield into a completely different learning environment. AT RIGHT The poem ‘I Am Somebody’ is said … more
  Abu Nayeem   With COVID-19 still prevalent in Minnesota, most community fireworks were cancelled throughout the Twin Cities. However, fireworks have still been lighting up the … more
  Monica Gallagher Hamline Midway Elders So many have asked us recently in light of Covid 19, and then neighborhood unrest, “How can I help seniors in areas affected?” The … more
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Local educator and author Artika Tyner started her own publishing company when told people of color don’t read Artika Tyner and the Planting People, Growing Justice Board is offering ebooks free of … more
by Dr. Ronald Bell, Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church pastor My city is burning, but not in the way the media is showing. Did you see the fire, not the one burning down the precinct but … more
By Melvin Giles Melvin Giles peacebubbles@q.com Dear friend, Though we won’t gather In person, we wanted you to know That you are on our minds. Thank you for the seeds of peace you plant. Thank you … more
Ward 1 St. Paul City Council Dai Thao, St. Paul Council Member By Dai Thao ward1@ci.stpaul.mn.us I am angered by and strongly condemn the tragic and unjust murder of Mr. George Floyd at the hands of … more
Do your part and stay six feet apart... encourage (left to right) Camphor United Methodist Church pastor Rob Bell, Bethel University Assistant Director of Service-Learning and Community Engagement … more
    Patisserie Paris (383 University Ave.) owner Mark Heu said, “We hope each delicious bite of our pastries will be a magical experience – and will transport our … more
St. Paul City School District has a message for its 540 students: “We miss you and we are here for you!” St. Paul City School staff is putting some heart into their distance learning plans … more
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