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Mizna is an organization based in the Midway that promotes Arab-American culture through programming and their art/literary journal. They have partnered with the Minnesota Museum of American Art on a … more
‘Uh, Oh, Here Comes Christmas’ Dec. 12-14 Applause Community Theatre presents “Uh, Oh, Here Comes Christmas” at Dreamland Arts, 677 Hamline Ave. N. The second weekend of shows are set for 7 … more
By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director, district10@district10comopark.org Upcoming District 10 Meetings • Community Council Board Meeting: Tuesday Dec. 17 • Land Use Committee: Monday … more
by Eric Erickson Como students performed “The Frog Princess” for the annual fall musical in the Cougar Forum. The cast and crew adapted well, moving their production to the forum while the … more
After 50 years, she’s encouraging others Editor’s note: The text below was from a speech Nadine wrote and gave at two Twin Cities churches during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We have used … more
Renee and mother Nadine fought for some normalcy during her childhood despite her father's abuse. Today, they are happy to say they are survivors. (Photo submitted) To the outside world, Fred* was … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN The initial route proposed for the B Line. After hearing from community members, planners now recommend extending the B Line to downtown St. Paul. The B Line will run along … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Band co-founder Autumn Vagle said, “Song writing started for me as a way to gather my thoughts. I’m from northern Minnesota, from a musical family. I grew up listening to … more
By JANE MCCLURE Too-high groundwater levels and rising construction costs have slowed the start on the Pitch, a six-story mixed-use development west of Allianz Field. The six-story project, … more
By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director As you look outside, you know winter is upon us. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, we are in a busy time – between holidays, … more
By DENIS WOULFE, Denis@MonitorSaintPaul.com or 651-917-4183 Denis Woulfe Over the years, the Midway Como Monitor has had the good fortune to have a great working relationship with the Midway Chamber … more
Dear Editor: On Dec.3, the US Bank at 2383 University Ave. (University and Raymond) closed for good. The building was formally a “First Bank” when built in the late 1940s/early 1950s and has … more
by Jane McClure New Taco Bell restaurant? A controversial plan to rebuild the Taco Bell at 565 N. Snelling Ave. is going back before the St. Paul Planning Commission and its Zoning Committee. … more
by Jane McClure Dale Street Bridge schedule unveiled The $14.7 million Dale Street Bridge over Interstate 94 will bring improved walkways and bike access when it is completed in 2020. But the … more
Lowery and Mary Ann Smith have found that depression, stroke recovery made easier by staying active Lowery and Mary Ann Smith on their balcony, with the river behind them. (Photo by Jan Willms) By … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Rolf Erdahl (double bass) and Carrie Vecchione (oboe and English horn) make up the musical duo OboeBass! Erdahl said, “By returning to Lyngblomsten nearly every month, … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Erin Pavlica, co-founder of Zero Waste St. Paul and longtime Midway resident. During a recent Intro to Zero Waste training, she said, “We’re not expecting anybody to be … more
Santa’s suit on display at MNHS In 2017, Lexington-Hamline resident Leo Treadway decided to hang up his Santa suit after 30 years of playing the beloved St. Nick around the Twin Cities. Recently, … more
Homeowners may be eligible for funding to help boost Rusty Patched Bumblebee population Staff from the partner organization Blue Thumb led a Lawns to Legumes workshop at North Regional Library … more
Hamline Elementary and Hamline University Connection Felipe Vasquez (left) is a freshman at Hamline University majoring in education/psychology. He is one of more than 90 HU students who tutor at … more
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