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Choosing a summer camp is not always so easy, and it is especially tricky as the world continues to manage the COVID-19 global pandemic. The following are some tips for parents as they consider if … more
Build a virtual ice castle in Minecraft during the 2022 Saint Paul Winter Carnival.The online event on Sunday, Jan. 30 from 2-5 p.m. is being hosted by Victoria Theater Arts Center (VTAC) in its … more
Minnesotans don’t know how to talk about race. But Dianne Haulcy is working to change that.Haulcy, who was born and raise in Minnesota and spent her formative years in Eagan, has a podcast … more
The Hmong Cultural Center Museum at 375 University Ave. in St. Paul is not trying to be the Hmong Smithsonian, according to Mark Pfeifer, director of programs at the Cultural Center. Instead, he said … more
Many buildings that serve Native Americans across the Twin Cities are outdated and dilapidated, making it even tougher to help those in need, according to Dr. Joe Hobot, president and CEO of the … more
Community members gathered in front of the Governor’s Residence on Jan. 4, 2022, in remembrance of Dolal Idd, who was shot and killed by Minneapolis police officers on Dec. 30, 2020. Activists … more
Families from Minnesota and around the country who have lost loved ones to police violence stood together outside the Hennepin County Courthouse on Dec. 8, 2021 in support of the Wright family. It … more
Is Rover running away? Are the neighbors not keeping up their property? Is a new coffee shop opening around the corner? Many city business and enforcement costs will increase in 2022, following St. … more
Much has been written about the benefits of exercise and being outdoors to beat the blues. According to a recent report from the American Psychological Association, “There is mounting evidence, … more
By Jane McClure Prior Avenue provides an important bike and pedestrian connection between neighborhoods north and south of Interstate 94, as well as a motor vehicle route to many Midway … more
New use eyed for longtime schoolThe St. Paul City School is preparing to move its operations out of historic Frogtown Catholic schools and into a new building at University Avenue and Marion Street. … more
A two-year college through the University of St. Thomas is tailored to motivated, underrepresented students who have encountered barriers in pursuing a college degree.Founded in 2017, the Dougherty … more
Every month the League of Women Voters St. Paul (LWVSP) hosts a program in the series “Our St. Paul: Learn with the League.” The Nov. 30, 2021 Zoom/Facebook Live program featured Como … more
By Patricia Ohmans, Frogtown Green The news about climate change tends to focus on the economic impact of wildfires, floods and devastating droughts around the world. It’s hard to feel like … more
“These days, a premium is being placed on whether White kids might feel bad about their own heritage after learning about things like American genocide, slavery or internment. But no one asks … more
Many months after civil unrest and the COVID-19 pandemic upended St. Paul retail districts, more relief is on the way. Whether it will still benefit businesses damaged or destroyed in 2020 remains to … more
New regulations for religious uses in St. Paul look very different than they did a few months ago when they provoked outcry throughout the city.Adoption of the new regulations will clarify and … more
In November, District 10 Como Community Council invited community donations to once again support their Thanksgiving meals drive. Over $2,200 was donated by the Como community! Your generosity made … more
Spring musical The spring musical at Como will be an adaptation of the Disney film “High School Musical.” Performances are scheduled to run on March 18 and 19 in the Como Park Auditorium. … more
Representatives from the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation were part of the Nonprofit Expo on Wednesday, Dec. 15 at Hamline University. The 2021 Celebration of Nonprofits organized by the Midway Area … more
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