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From early 20th Century thrift to building cabins from contractor cast-offs, reuse of building materials had long been an informal norm. But in a more recent world, entire houses have been thrown in … more
In 1992, Theater Mu was founded in St. Paul to tell stories from the heart of the Asian American experience, and now, we are in the middle of celebrating our 30th anniversary season. Four world … more
Should a Hamline-Midway pizza restaurant be allowed to provide carryout and delivery service overnight until 6 a.m.? That’s a question the St. Paul Planning Commission’s Zoning Committee … more
Applause Theater explores the power of family stories in its latest show, “Ending True,” which runs May 18-21 at Dreamland Arts (677 Hamline Ave. N.). “The play is about the power … more
The space in the Griggs Midway Building used to house Lucy’s. Then it was Snack Chat. It had been empty for about four years when Ian Oundo looked at it. He had dreamed about opening a … more
2023 Qeej and Hmong Arts Festival JUNE 4 Attend an authentic celebration of Hmong culture at the Qeej and Hmong Arts Festival, taking place on June 4, 2023 at the historic Landmark Center in St. … more
Rondo Center of Diverse Expressions (RCODE) is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Juneteenth Observance on Monday, June 19t, 2023, at the Rondo Commemorative Plaza, 820 Concordia Avenue. Activities … more
The 4th Annual Plant Sale to Benefit the Hallie Q. Brown Community Center Food Shelf wil be held on Saturday, June 3, 2023, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1138 Churchill St. Veggies, annuals and perennial … more
Frogtown Green Spring has definitely sprung! This year, Frogtowners are busier than ever, working to enhance our neighborhood’s natural environment. Check out this spring roundup of … more
“There is never a wrong time to do the right thing.” Author unknown “Although slavery may have been abolished, the crippling poison of racism still persists, and the struggle … more
Lyngblomsten welcomes Cosmina Strain as Housing Manager Lyngblomsten, a senior services nonprofit serving older adults in the Twin Cities since 1906, recently welcomed Cosmina Strain as the new … more
Saint Paul Public Library (SPPL) celebrated the transformation of the children’s area at Rondo Community Library (461 Dale St. N.) at a volunteer event and ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 25, … more
Nearly 400 guests came out on March 3 to attend the Twin Cities premiere screenings of “Northern Nights, Starry Skies,” a documentary produced by PBS North and Hamline’s Center for … more
No student internships at Hamline University will go unpaid, thanks to a combined $2.5 million in federal appropriations and donor gifts. A $1 million appropriation establishes Pipers to … more
Few things would bring anyone out into a November snowstorm at 1 a.m., but on Nov. 16, more than a dozen Hamline forensic science students were called out to investigate a staged crime scene on … more
WORLD WITHOUT GENOCIDE GALA MAY 23 Tanya Gersh will speak about receiving hundreds of death threats from neo-Nazis at World Without Genocide’s benefit gala on May 23, 2023. Tanya Gersh, a … more
TOM STREITZ NAMED INTERIM EX. DIRECTOR Land Bank Twin Cities (2515 Wabash Ave.), a nonprofit organization that works to break barriers to equitable real estate development and provide investment … more
The words of Eritrean immigrant Elsa Rezene sparked the Dream Sequences pop-up public art gallery at the corner of 36th Ave. and East Lake Street. She said, “It’s never too late to start … more
More separated bikeways, better winter maintenance, and completion of the citywide Grand Round in area neighborhoods are among priorities for the latest draft version of St. Paul’s Bicycle … more
How should St. Paul add dwelling units in the midst of a housing crisis? Could that be in the form of accessory dwelling units, backyard houses and new two- to four-unit buildings? Could larger … more
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