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Minnesota Reading Corps is the nation’s largest state AmeriCorps program. During AmeriCorps Week, March 13-19, the commitment of the more than 1.2 million Americans who serve their communities … more
Looking Beyond the Headlinesof Firearms Violence on April 26The League of Women Voters St. Paul’s upcoming April “Learn with the League” program will feature a discussion about … more
FREE SUMMER CAMP FOR CHILDREN WITH INCARCERATED PARENTS The Loppet Foundation is offering 30 free spots to youth affected by parental incarceration. Campers must be between ages 9 to 13 during camp, … more
Saint Paul College GETS $500,000 GRANTSaint Paul College will receive $500,000 to increase postsecondary access and success for American Indian and indigenous students and their families.“We … more
The past year has been less challenging for Dr. Jason Sole and his abolitionist work, in spite of the ongoing pandemic and the social unrest across much of the country.The Hamline adjunct professor, … more
As an art teacher at St. Paul’s Como Park High School, Sydney Willcox seeks to connect student creations with their own lived experiences.A recent collaboration with local artists allowed that … more
Teens from across the Twin Cities walked out of class on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022, and gathered at Central High School in St. Paul to protest the use of no-knock warrants and stand up to police violence … more
Just what is a CSA?“A CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a direct partnership between consumers and local producers,” explained Abby Rogosheske of Seward Co-op. “A consumer … more
Longtime Feline Rescue volunteer Nancy Miller writes monthly newsletters and works as a shift lead. “I love this work because I see first-hand the difference that volunteering makes in the … more
Bike parking allowedBiking to a Loons game or the event at Allianz Field? Stopping at a local spot beforehand? Finding a parking spot may be easier. The St. Paul City Council, acting as the Housing … more
It is widely known that aging is accompanied by varying rates and degrees of cognitive decline. However, neuroscience research has revealed that by keeping physically, socially, and mentally active … more
When Lloyd’s Pharmacy rebuilt at the corner of Snelling and Minnehaha Ave., the small clinic providing services to women housed in the building reopened, too.It emerged with a new name and … more
A University of St. Thomas inquiry about purchasing the historic Town & Country Club for athletic facilities and possible campus expansion came and went as quickly as a pop-up fly ball.The … more
There were 30 participants who built 27 virtual ice palaces in an event organized by Victoria Theater Arts Center (VTAC) on Sunday, Jan. 30 during the 2022 Saint Paul Winter Carnival. 12 and under … more
There’s nothing more delicious than pancakes with maple syrup – unless it’s pancakes with birch, walnut or linden syrup! That’s right, syrup doesn’t have to come solely … more
In the midst of winter, I discovered that there was in me an invincible summer. – Albert Camus Black on Black crime is the result of self-hatred. Self-hatred is a result of our oppression. … more
Ramsey County Commissioner Toni Carter, has announced her public endorsement of Representative Rena Moran in her run to succeed her as the next county commissioner. After providing nearly 17 years of … more
Seeking to ensure that the Hamline Midway Library is not torn down as part of the St. Paul Public Library’s (SPPL) future plans for the building, a group of community activists, historic … more
KICKIN’ IT IRISH FESTIVALCelebrate Saint Paddy’s Day in true Irish style with Kickin’ It Irish, the family-friendly live Irish music and dance spectacular. The Celtic Junction will … more
The School of Leadership for Public Service, a free pubic charter school, recently announced that it will be opening in the Saint Columba school site in the fall of 2022. The School of Leadership … more
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