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During its annual Breakfast at the Capitol held in March 2024, Metro State University recognized Senator Sandy Pappas as its 2023 Alumna of the Year. She is shown above at right with Metro State … more
Swimming is a big part of Nate Leber’s life. The Cretin Derham Hall senior started swimming at seven, and today is a member of the school’s swim team and has been all through high school. … more
There are over 35,000 Minnesotans living with limb loss, and thousands more living with limb difference and mobility impairments. Many are unable to access prescribed orthotic and prosthetic care due … more
What do you do when 11 judges and referees, 20 therapists, 12 mediators, two parenting consultants (with 37 directives), one custody evaluator, and one guardian ad litem haven’t been able to … more
Did you know there’s an option for recycling leftover paint in Minnesota? That’s right, recycling, not just disposing of leftover paint. Since 2014, the non-profit PaintCare has been … more
MASTER GARDENER PLANT SALE MAY 18 Ramsey County Master Gardeners will host their annual plant sale May 18, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Aldrich Arena, 1850 White Bear Ave N, Maplewood. This new … more
Not every landlord inveighs against fossil fuels, but then again, Dale Howey isn’t your average landlord.  As the owner, manager and environmental cheerleader-in-chief of Green Rock … more
Annika Grassl The Minnesota Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities announces that Annika Grassl, of St. Paul is one of just 30 Minnesotans currently participating in an advocacy … more
How safe could Snelling Avenue be for people on foot or bicycles had plans dating back several years been implemented? Members of Hamline Midway Coalition don’t want those plans gathering dust … more
Several variances for a planned restaurant pavilion and office building at the United Village development go to the St. Paul Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) at 3 p.m. Monday, April 15. A temporary … more
A driveway dispute at the United Village development must be resolved by the St. Paul City Council. Developer Snelling Midway Redevelopment LLC in March obtained seven of eight requested project … more
The Jungle Book Audiences in the Como Auditorium were treated to three entertaining performances of “The Jungle Book” during mid-March. English teachers Suzie Myhre and Michael … more
Earth Day clean-up at Como Park D10 Como Community Council partners with the City of Saint Paul to host the Como Park location of the Citywide Spring Cleanup. We’ll meet at the Pavilion … more
SUPPORT WOMEN DURING INCARCERATION Members of the community are invited to a free event at Central Baptist Church (420 N. Roy St., Saint Paul) on Saturday, April 27, 9 a.m. to noon for Hope and A … more
A film that has been long in the making will premiere during the Minneapolis Saint Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) running April 11-25 at the Main Cinema, 115 SE Main in Minneapolis. … more
The 43rd annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) at the Main Cinema, 115 SE Main in Minneapolis will include 140 feature films from more than 100 countries and cultures, … more
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ruth Leitman calls her latest film “The Lovely Beast.” “It was a beast and a bear to make,” she reflected. Her film, “No … more
“The longevity of a band is really contingent on loving the people that you’re making music with and being able to get along in the long run. It’s just like being married, except … more
In 2022, in the wake of an ongoing pandemic and the uprising following the murder of George Floyd, activist Satara Strong-Allen took a significant step forward.  As the executive director … more
Addressing short-term and long-term challenges to the area’s transit system is the way to bring riders back to Green Line light rail and area buses. Doing so will be a collaborative effort … more
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