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Tetra Constantino of Elsa's How are local businesses working through the COVID-19 pandemic? The Midway Chamber of Commerce, together with Finance and Commerce, organized a panel of business … more
All courses at Saint Paul College (235 Marshall Ave.) moved to remote delivery approaches in response to the COVID-19 situation. Some of the technical, service and health sciences programs require … more
Defining You Pilates and Fitness owner Suzy Levi teaches a class via Zoom. (Photo submitted) Defining You Pilates and Fitness (550 Vandalia St.) quickly transitioned to a virtual studio format in … more
Lula Vintage (1587 Selby Ave.), has been shut down since the Stay at Home order, losing the majority of its income. Owner Hayley Bush, who operates the shop by herself, is selling items online, … more
Do your part and stay six feet apart... encourage (left to right) Camphor United Methodist Church pastor Rob Bell, Bethel University Assistant Director of Service-Learning and Community Engagement … more
  Patisserie Paris (383 University Ave.) owner Mark Heu said, “We hope each delicious bite of our pastries will be a magical experience – and will transport our customers, at … more
Community of support for parents By JAN WILLMS Parents gather at a FORM meeting pre-corona virus. Currently communication is online. (Photo submitted) Infants and toddlers come to this world as whole … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN SPPL Librarian Maica Lelis places items on an outside table for contactless pickup. All items for pickup are packed by a gloved staff person, placed in a plastic bag, and … more
Home & Garden Grow and assemble your own edible salad. (Photo by Jennifer Porwit) By Jennifer Porwit, master gardener Many of us live where our yards are small or we don’t even have a yard of … more
St. Paul City School District has a message for its 540 students: “We miss you and we are here for you!” St. Paul City School staff is putting some heart into their distance learning plans … more
Feeding Frogtown reopens Friday, May 15 at St. Paul City School after shutting down in March. It will no longer offer walk-up distribution. Folks must drive up or call 612-440-8570 for delivery in … more
Teen supports Tobacco 21 Dear Editor: The COVID-19 pandemic is alarming for all of us, including young people. I’m worried about my health, as well as my parents, grandparents and neighbors. I’m … more
Have a little grace By Amy Pass Amy Pass Sometime last month I started feeling disenchanted with video chat. At first I thought video chat was amazing. It was heartening to see the faces of my … more
Building a Stronger Midway By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Chad Kulas & Doug Loon, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Every employer and employee feels the historic impact of COVID-19. Those … more
I’ve seen the world of marketing dramatically change during my years with the Monitor working to help businesses develop the most effective marketing plan. My clients today have many more … more
By JANE McCLURE University and Fairview plan Plans for a 146-apartment, five-story mixed-use building near University and Fairview avenues met resistance from the Union Park District Council (UPDC) … more
District 10 Como Community Council Michael Kutchta By Michael Kuchta, Executive Director The Como Community Council board will vote May 19 on whether to allow … more
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‘We’re all in this together’ As of April 1, Hamline University faculty are teaching remotely, and both graduate and undergraduate students are completing the semester online after an … more
‘We’re all in this together’ ComMUSICation (690 Jackson St.) has adjusted its programs dramatically by transitioning to digital classrooms and distance learning for its choirs. On April 3, CMC … more
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