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Tesha M. Christensen Too Much Coffee By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN, What’s with the zebra? You may have noticed a zebra show up on the front page of the Monitor. Maybe you … more
Building a Stronger Midway By CHAD KULAS, Midway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Recently, a group of community-minded people met at Urban Growler Brewing to talk about the merits of the part … more
Thanks for sharing story on overlooked dark side Dear Editor: I wanted to thank you and Leigh Ann Block for her bravely for coming forward to share her story about her daughter Mikayla … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN VTAC Executive Director Tyler Olsen-Highness served the Victoria Theater project for seven years as a project manager, events producer, advisory board member, board chair and … more
Melvin Giles By MELVIN GILES When you blow these Peace Bubbles you transcend all limitations! As you blow- bubbles, or you find yourself surrounded by bubbles, Visualize & Energize the Circle of … more
Dai Thao, St. Paul Council Member Ward 1 St. Paul City Council By Dai Thao As your Ward 1 City Council member, I am proud to continue to serve the hardworking people of Ward 1. … more
*Please note - Since publication, things have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check before going. All gatherings with over 50 people have been deemed unsafe by the governor. … more
Faith Dietz (at left) share what she loves about her neighborhood. (Photos submitted) The Hamline Midway Coalition (HMC) has begun work on the 2020-2030 Neighborhood Plan, a roadmap for the next 10 … more
LEARNING TO GIVE BACK YMCA roses The Friendship Club was started by Gary and Jean Ales over 50 years ago. Gary and Jean both graduated from Central High School. Now a new Central Sophomore student … more
Como Park Senior High School By Eric Erickson Social studies teacher Como AP Government students spent six days in Washington D.C. from Feb. 23-28 as participants in the national Close Up program. … more
Over the past 40-year history, the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women (MCBW) has witnessed huge changes in how society thinks about domestic violence but there is still more work to be done, … more
Diving deeper   Now in its 30th edition, the Femicide Report has a new name: the Intimate Partner Homicide Report coinciding with the renaming of the Minnesota Battered Women's … more
Boys who love to sing may enjoy creating music during the Boychoir Boot Camp Aug. 3-7 at Concordia University. The camp is for boys entering first to fifth grade. (Photo courtesy of the Boychoir) … more
She views her job as connecting community, SPSD By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Former middle school teacher Jessica Kopp started a new part-time job in early January. She is one of two newly elected members … more
PCs for People diverts electronics from waste stream, promotes digital inclusion PCs for People Tech specialist Chang Yang tests more than 100 donated computers every day. If a computer can’t be … more
‘Always be you’ Ioana Stoian knows that messages are crucial to children, and wants adults to let children know that feelings are okay. Hear more about her parenting style on Thursday, Feb. 27 at … more
Former Shalom development plans Developers have officially filed for parking and density variances so they can convert the former Sholom Home property into rental apartments. Midway … more
Taco Bell won’t be rebuilding Facing the prospect of a no vote from the St. Paul Planning Commission, Taco Bell has shelved plans for a new restaurant at 565 N. Snelling Ave. That means … more
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