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With another undefeated season in the St. Paul City Conference in the books, the Como girls basketball team earned their ninth consecutive conference championship.The last time the Cougars lost a … more
Over the past few summers, you may have noticed an increase in blooming wildflower gardens in our neighborhoods. Have you wondered where people get some of the seeds they need to make those gardens … more
When your physician looks like you and understands your culture, studies have shown your health outcomes are better.Knowing that, Dr. Julia Joseph-Di Caprio, a Black physician, decided to open Leap … more
Nine months before Rosa Parks, Claudette Colvin refused to give up her seat on the bus to a White passenger. She was 15. Youth Performance Company (YPC)’s “Inspired by Claudette & … more
St. Paul has created a Recovery Act Community Reparations Commission, as a result of unanimous St. Paul City Council action Jan. 4. Approval was greeted with applause in the council chambers as … more
What do reparations look like for Rondo residents who lost their homes when interstate 94 was built? Efforts to compensate those long-ago home owners construction took key steps ahead in January, and … more
“Being the first to do this or that means you have the responsibility to work in the interest of a second, a seventh, a nine hundredth to follow where you pioneered.” – Johnnetta B. … more
BLACK LOVE CELEBRATION FEB. 12The Black Youth Healing Arts Center (BYHAC) is hosting Black Love: A Celebration of Self, Family and Community on Sunday, Feb. 12 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at 643 Virginia … more
When St. Paul Rotary celebrated its 100th Anniversary 13 years ago, the Club created an endowed scholarship program to send a St. Paul high school student to college every year with a $20,000 … more
Anyone is welcome to attend Emotions Anonymous. One opportunity is the phone/in person meeting at 7 p.m. on Fridays, in the parlor space at Twin Cities Friends Meetinghouse, 1725 Grand Ave., or by … more
Planting People Growing Justice Press founder, Dr. Artika Tyner, announced that it has entered a distribution arrangement with Lerner Publisher Services, a division of Lerner Publishing Group. The … more
Development around Allianz Field is anticipated to be scaled back from what was originally planned, according to an alternative urban areawide review or AUAR update completed late last year. … more
Chocolat Céleste owner Mary Leonard didn’t take a day off work when she was being treated for breast cancer. Not even when she was dealing with severe radiation burns.It was her busy … more
The research for Thomas Becknell’s recent book, “Enchantments of the Mississippi,” began years before he actually wrote the book. “At the outset, I must have read at least a … more
Social media is a big part of young people’s lives. It has its benefits, and being able to keep in touch with friends and family remotely was one of the saving graces in the early stages of the … more
Como Park’s Marine Corps JROTC cadets continued their tradition of volunteering for Toys for Tots during the holiday season. Cadets collected, sorted and distributed brand new and unwrapped … more
HyggeCertainly, the long, cold, dark Minnesota winters can spark a melancholia for some. Yet frigid temperatures and spare daytime hours can also create the mood to hibernate, as other creatures of … more
Jeff Thorne took the helm at Our Lady of Peace Hospice and Home Health Care on Dec. 30, 2022, replacing Joe Stanislav who is retiring as CEO after 32 years of service. Thorne brings 25 years of … more
The community is invited to a “then and now” slide show about Frogtown and the Midway area at Half Time Rec (1013 Front St.) on Saturday, Jan. 21 from noon to 3 p.m. There will be … more
WINTERRIESE CONCERT JAN. 22 Award-winning collaborators Justin Anthony Spenner (Baritone) and Caron Rose Schneider (Piano) will perform Franz Schubert’s beautiful, dramatic, and monumental song … more
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