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More separated bikeways, better winter maintenance, and completion of the citywide Grand Round in area neighborhoods are among priorities for the latest draft version of St. Paul’s Bicycle … more
How should St. Paul add dwelling units in the midst of a housing crisis? Could that be in the form of accessory dwelling units, backyard houses and new two- to four-unit buildings? Could larger … more
THANK YOU to everyone who showed up to last month’s Como Park Cleanup event. We counted 142 amazing volunteers, including 33 from the Twin Cities German Immersion School, that’s huge! … more
Como students took advantage of the chance to visit with representatives from 30 different businesses, industries, and trade groups during school on Thursday, April 27. The fair featured many St. … more
Rondo resident Celeste Finn has written “As I Am,” a children’s picture book notable for being one of the only children’s picture books with a nonbinary protagonist. It was … more
“All Native American students should have the right to smudge,” said Como Park High School teacher Angelina Hernandez. “We need to expand policies to protect the rights of … more
Sarah Ehlen, a math and science teacher at Prodeo Academy, finds joy in building connections with her students and watching them grow as learners. The veteran teacher believes it’s her job to … more
Minnesota’s transgender community and supporters packed the State Capitol for Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31, sending a clear and unapologetic message that reverberated throughout … more
Curling has been described in many ways, according to Gretchen Pietruszewski, the manager of the Frogtown Curling Club at 743 Western Ave. N. in Saint Paul. “It’s been called chess on ice … more
Anyone who has ever struggled to cross a busy parking lot to get to Green Line light rail or an A Line bus may appreciate proposed changes to how future lots are designed in St. Paul. Changes in how … more
Whether a long-time film society member or new to the scene, film buffs all over the Twin Cities and beyond are getting ready for the 42nd Minneapolis Saint Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) … more
Why do people do this?Documentary filmmaker Marius Anderson tries to answer this question about the reasons people choose to expose themselves to bitter Minnesota wind and temperatures in the annual … more
By Jan Willms Minnesota documentary filmmaker Dawn Mikkelson has managed to capture both the strength and the vulnerability of the roller derby skaters whose story she tells in her film … more
Sick of snow? Me, too. It’s frustrating to be stuck inside yet again in what feels like an endless series of “final” winter storms. But these last slushy days give us time to get … more
“Arise and shine; go touch a life; Go and chase your destiny. Arise and shine; with the power of one; It’s your time.” Sherri Orr Hello Monitor readers,I send good thoughts, … more
After four years without a performance, the spring Musical Theater was back at Murray Middle School. The production of Matilda, Jr. was a huge success, according to organizers. Over 50 students were … more
AUDITION FOR ‘THE MUSIC MAN’ AT COMOAuditions for “The Music Man” will be held at the Roseville Area Middle School on April 24 and 25 from 5:30-9:30 p.m. nightly, with … more
D10 Como Park usually co-hosts the Como Park portion of the city’s Regional Parks Cleanup Day. When: Saturday, April 22, 2023 from 9-11:30 a.m. What: Individuals and groups of all ages come … more
Fifteen seniors studying AP Government and AP Economics recently spent a week in Washington D.C. as part of the national Close Up program. Highlights included study visits to national monuments and … more
A longtime Frogtown commercial building can become a restaurant and banquet hall, with St. Paul Planning Commission approval of a needed conditional use permit March 17. But the project has … more
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