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Parade, booths, artists, and more celebrate diverse culture of many nations By JAN WILMS This year’s Little Africa Fest is going to be bigger than ever, expanding for the first time in six years to … more
Two benefits: 1) Shoppers use and re-use what is already here, and 2) Proceeds benefit local non-profits Flying Pig Thrift Store owner Melody Luepke, said, “The memory of my sister Heather has … more
Karen Wyckoff’s parents and volunteers honor legacy by organizing Rein In Sarcoma each summer at Como Park Karen Wyckoff By JAN WILMS The usual way to raise funds for a worthy cause is to walk, run … more
Study re-opens conversation about rehabbing bridge for bikes and peds while still carrying trains By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Engineering feasibility studies usually don’t have people sitting on the … more
Save Historic Saint Andrew’s asks that school not be allowed to tear down former church By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN tesha@monitorsaintpaul.com Save Historic Saint Andrew’s (SHSA) members continue … more
Right Track interns Madison Price (left) and KaDeane Smith (right) in a budgeting class at St. Paul College. (Photo by Margie O’Loughlin)[/caption] By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Madison Price is an … more
by JANE McCLURE Organized collection fight goes on Some Allianz Field neighbors will get residential permit parking, but others saw their request rejected June 26 by the St. Paul City Council. … more
By JANE McCLURE A $373,500 construction project is set for 2020 at Hamline Park’s playground, if the funding is approved by the city. (Photo submitted)[/caption] With completion of a June public … more
by Chad Kulas, Midway Chamber of Commerce It’s one of the oldest conflicts in the world – business owner vs. the government. It’s just one example of a person not wanting to be told what to do … more
Why do we matter? Tesha M. Christensen Why does a small neighborhood newspaper still exist in the days of Facebook and instant online news? What sets the Monitor apart from these other news sources? … more
Handel’s ‘Rejoice:’ Baroque workship Jehovah Lutheran Church at 1566 Thomas Avenue will host its eighth annual baroque summer worship service Sunday, Aug. 4. Choir and orchestra organized by … more
By JANE McCLURE Four neighborhood organizations are in the running for Neighborhood Sales Tax Revitalization (STAR) grants and loans, including Co-Motion Center for Movement, New Vision, Community … more
Students from Como’s Advanced Choirs traveled to New York City for five days over the Memorial Day weekend and performed at Carnegie Hall as part of a large ensemble group under the direction of … more
Jody Huber Perhaps you have been to Hamline Midway’s monthly POV documentary series or stopped by Merriam Park to peruse Jody’s Quick Picks shelf? The woman behind these popular programs is … more
Maternity of Mary - St. Andrew School student Morgan Nguyen hard at work. (Photo submitted) Maternity of Mary – St. Andrew School has been selected by Catholic Schools Center of Excelence (CSCOE) … more
Lutheran Rally for all Partner congregations Jehovah Lutheran and Mekane Yesus will host a Midway Lutheran Rally for All Ages — especially kids! — from 9 a.m. to noon Friday and Saturday, July … more
Attend Midway Public Art Festival on June 29 The Midway Public Art Working Group, an all-volunteer group focused on showcasing public art in the Hamline Midway neighborhood, is co-hosting the Midway … more
By LILA KOPP Editor’s note: We are reprinting this article from the Hamline Elementary School newspaper, the Snelling Connections, created through a partnership with Hamline University. Beep … more
By MATTHEW DAVIS Minnesota United’s 3-2 June 2 loss to Philadelphia Union ended an otherwise strong start for its first month and a half in its new digs. The Loons went 3-0-3 in their first … more
By JANE MCCLURE MISCO awarded city funding A long-vacant University Avenue lot could be redeveloped in the future, if funding is obtained from Metropolitan Council. In May the St. Paul City … more
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