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Friends School, Hamline Young Writers, St. Paul Urban Tennis, St. Paul Ballet, Camp Como, and others make summer memories they’ll never forget By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN Create a cardboard castle, a … more
By JAN WILLMS Como resident Paul Kotz (photo right by Jan Willms) wanted to write a book for his daughters. “I was trying to write something that they might know their dad in a different way,” he … more
Julie (center left) and Joel Stegman (center right) are co-pastors of the newly planted Resurrection City Church, which meets weekly at Hamline Elementary School. (Photo by Margie O’Loughlin) By … more
By Tesha M. Christensen On Feb. 8 the first free public lecture at the new United Theological Seminary building, the topic was “Prayers of the Immigrants” presented by Paolo Naso, national … more
United notes how religion is changing while continuing a strong social justice program in a busy corner of St. Paul By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN The floors in the new United Theological Seminary of the … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN An environmental review has put the Twin Cities German Immersion School construction progress on hold. A team of Save Historic Saint Andrews (SHSA) members, led by Roy … more
Long-awaited traffic study for Allianz Field development still not released six weeks before the opening game By JANE MCCLURE A one-block section of Roy St. between Spruce Tree Dr. and Shields … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Ellen Keane and Cathy Wind have co-directed the Keane Sense of Rhythm dance studio and company for 22 years. They recently won a $5,000 grant from the UCare Foundation to … more
Lancer takes over Spring Café For the third time in three years, there will be a change in operators at the Como Park pavilion restaurant. Lancer Hospitality has taken over the Spring Café, which … more
By JANE MCCLURE Pawn America changes A new bank will rise at the southeast corner of University Ave. and Fry St. in the months ahead, replacing a-vacant Pawn America building. TOLD Development … more
By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director Annual elections will take place Apr. 16 for two-year terms on the District 10 Como Community Council board. Nine board positions are up for election; in at … more
Hamline Midway Coalition was a proud sponsor of the first session of “Criminalization of Poverty.” Hamline University launch­ed the year-long educational series focusing on the … more
Hamline Elementary School By JESSICA KOPP Every month is partnership month at Hamline Elementary, and in March we’re happy to welcome back some of our favorites: Science from Scientists, … more
City attorney rules vote invalid after complaints from SHSA; but commission says it will not revisit the issue By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN A questionable vote by St. Paul’s Planning Commission … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN The Ain Dah Yung Center (ADYC), which means “our home” in the Ojibwe language, has provided a healing place for American Indian youth and families since 1983. Native … more
By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN The Heritage Tea House & Cafe, 360 University Ave. W., is one of the very few African American-owned businesses in the old Rondo Neighborhood these days. Co-owner Rosemary … more
Neng Thao, of Neng Now online fame, visits Hamline to talk about the Hmong-American mindset By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN What is it like to grow up a Hmong immigrant in America? A celebrity refugee and … more
The proposed development at 441/453 Snelling Ave. would include 120 apartments, 87 parking stalls, and full storefront along Snelling at street level, with wraps around to Shields Ave. It would … more
An expansion of choice would burden the surrounding neighborhood with consequences By Kevin Anderson, Teri Alberico, Anna Mosser, Bonnie Youngquist —for Friends of Warrendale, Save Historic … more
By JAN WILLMS The city’s 17 district councils have found it challenging over the years to rely on consistent city support. St. Paul started its district council program in 1975 as an innovative … more
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