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KID-DESIGNED PLAY SPACE AT DUNNING PARK In October, volunteers built the new play space at Dunning Recreation Center in the Rondo neighborhood that will spark joy and foster a sense of belonging … more
Dr. Kathleen Murray took office as the 21st president of Hamline University on Jan. 1, becoming the third consecutive woman to lead Minnesota’s oldest institution of higher education, which … more
Springboard for the Arts is proud to welcome the 2024 cohort to Artists Respond: People, Place, Prosperity. The selected artists will create public projects that demonstrate the root causes that lead … more
St. Paul police are shifting the focus off simple equipment violation stops, such as nonfunctioning lights, so they can focus on moving violations. The St. Paul police welcome drivers to come in and … more
One of Hamline-Midway neighborhood’s most colorful and distinctive sites is changing, and many neighbors don’t think the change is for the better. Sherburne Avenue resident Iris Logan … more
“If you’re life has become like a shoe that pinches, try EA.” That advertisement brought Marilyn* to Emotions Anonymous 40 years ago.  The St. Paul resident had a … more
Terrell Woods, who goes by the stage name of Carnage the Executioner, took some time recently to reflect on his career as a beat box artist and rapper. The Saint Paul musician has built a … more
Boulevard planter beds could become legal in St. Paul, under ordinance changes introduced Nov. 15, 2023 by Ward Three Council Member Chris Tolbert.  The proposal was expected before the … more
Dirt is flying at the southeast corner of University and Snelling avenues. Environmental remediation is underway as part of the long-awaited redevelopment of the Midway superblock around Allianz … more
I’m sharing news about Jacob Deisch of Gideon’s Barber Shop (1832 E 35th S, Minneapolis) this month.   What is your vision?     Deisch: Gideon’s … more
In an exciting development for the local television landscape, “Inside Senior Living,” a groundbreaking docu-series, has announced its partnership with PBS North. The series, set to … more
This past semester, I worked as an intern with Frogtown Green, a neighborhood organization I’d never heard of before September. I’m a Bethel University senior, majoring in English and … more
A long-awaited Frogtown redevelopment project is awaiting final action from the St. Paul City Council. The council, by administrative order, is to designate up to $949,500 in federal Community … more
NEW DIRECTOR AT BELL MUSEUM The College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) at the University of Minnesota is pleased to announce Holly Menninger as the new executive … more
HEAR Ray Barnard DEC. 7 The Keystone Musical Heritage Series continues with a performance by Ray Barnard and his fine band Thursday, Dec. 7 from 6:30-7:45 p.m. at the West 7th Community Center, … more
Como Park High School, in conjunction with the St. Paul Public Schools and funding from the federal government, initiated the Marine Corps JROTC program 28 years ago. Since 1995, thousands of Como … more
Thanks to everyone who participated in our work in the Como Neighborhood in 2023. By the numbers, D10 published 52 Friday Newsletters in 2023, held 57 hybrid monthly board and committee meetings with … more
Siobhan George is the new owner and director of the Saint Paul-based Rince na Chroi Irish Dancers (312 Hamline Ave. N). George had served as the school’s interim director since February after … more
When 2024 “truth in taxation” notices start hitting mailboxes Nov. 11 and 24, St. Paul home owners could see a break. That’s even if their values increase. Property tax shifts and … more
A new high school program brings professionals from high-demand industries into the classroom for project-based learning and case studies. Called 3DE by Junior Achievement, all ninth-grade students … more
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