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ART FESTIVAL AT HAMLINE PARK JULY 28 Celebrate art and the healing power of mosaic art in Hamline Park (1564 Lafond Ave.) on Friday, July 28, 4 to 6 p.m. Meet the artists of Mosaic on a Stick … more
University Avenue and its history from the 1880s to modern times are depicted in the latest book by Iric Nathanson, “University Avenue of the Twin Cities.” The book, full of … more
Kyle Rucker, of  Ruck B Media , organized his first ever St. Paul Pride event at Rice Park, on June 10, 2023. His goal was to provide opportunities for young Black and BIPOC entrepreneurs and … more
St.Paul held Pride June 10 from 10am to 8pm at Rice Park. Families, friends and couples gathered in the park to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community in Minnesota. Music performances encouraged the crowd … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Marshall/Selby/Lake St. will be torn up over the next two summers to create the new 12.6-mile Bus Rapid Transit B Line. The majority of construction along this line will … more
She lived in Minnesota for only five months and her daughter was born in Iowa, but Dani* has been dragged into family court in Minnesota nearly every one of the past 11 years by her ex-boyfriend. … more
Amidst the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic and the uprising following George Floyd’s murder, Tameka Jones, a proud Rondo native and passionate makeup artist, emerged with a strong desire to … more
Hamline Midway Coalition has a new office and a new executive director. In February, the neighborhood group moved next door from the Hamline Midway Library into the Knox International Building. Jenne … more
Doge Pizza will not be able to stay open overnight, the St. Paul Planning Commission decided May 26. The commission on an 8-4 vote rejected Doge’s request to change its nonconforming use for … more
Plans for the Summit Avenue Regional Trail won a 6-1 vote from the St. Paul City Council on May 24, 2023, after more than four hours of testimony. The plans now go to the Metropolitan Council to meet … more
Summer is upon us. Delight in the chance to leave home without mittens. Most of the activities listed below are free. ST. PAUL PRIDE FESTIVAL The new St. Paul Pride Festival in Rice Park … more
Thirty-five years ago, at Thanksgiving, I moved to Minnesota from my Philadelphia home. I relocated back to my hometown in time for Passover and Easter. In November 1988, the Twin Cities were cold … more
It’s a beautiful Friday night in Frogtown. On a vacant lot at the corner of Dale Street and Lafond, members of the local motorcycle club laugh and holler greetings, as fellow bikers roar up. … more
JROTC cadet scholarships Through a unique high school experience that included a year of distance learning beginning in the spring of their freshman year, and masking requirements for nearly a year … more
Keystone community services’ planned community food center got a $2.6 million boost from the 2023 Minnesota legislature. The funds were tucked into the bonding bill legislators passed before … more
Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) announces that a new East African Elementary Magnet School will open in September 2023. The PreK-5 school is being designed in collaboration with members of the East … more
Lewandowski: My wife and I moved to the neighborhood in the summer of 2020 and we fell in love with the area despite the initial challenges the pandemic created in building community. We had our … more
District 10 Como Community Council would like to thank everyone in the neighborhood who has been participating with us! None of our community events and initiatives would happen without our Como … more
Two siblings in Utah have barricaded themselves in a bedroom at their mother’s home in defiance of a judge’s order to return to the custody of their father, despite state child welfare … more
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