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Community is the key word for Transition Town All St. Anthony Park (TTASAP) and Local Investment Opportunity Network (LION). TTASAP is a neighborhood volunteer group in St. Anthony Park, focused … more
Cheniqua Johnson files in Ward 7 Cheniqua Johnson, DFL-endorsed candidate for Saint Paul City Council in Ward 7, filed to run for office alongside a historic slate of progressive, women of … more
One car, three teachers, seven days, 10 states, and 2,850 miles. In late July, we journeyed through the Deep South as curious learners with goals of connecting places with the content of our courses. … more
Potential assessments for mill and overlay work through St. Paul are prompting objections from residents, including those who live in part of St. Anthony Park.  More than a dozen people … more
“We have to deal with breaking down the barriers, so our children can live in a better society and justice can be restored in our community.” - Dr. Delores Henderson   … more
Snelling building gets new lease on life The long-awaited rehabilitation of a Snelling Avenue building can move ahead, following the July 12, 2023, St. Paul City Council approval of the project. … more
This month’s Frogtown Green column has a guest writer – Aaron Backs, a sustainability project coordinator with CERTs, a state-wide clean energy partnership. Aaron walks through a … more
NEW SKATE PARK The City of Saint Paul has a new seasonal skate park at Dayton’s Bluff Recreation Center. This project was started when recreation center staff noticed the tennis courts … more
Patrick Stephenson, a Minneapolis resident, peddled on his electric cargo bike from the Minnesota State Capitol, cheering as music blasted from DJ Eric on Saturday, June 17, 2023. The Joyful Riders … more
Simone Hall aka Athena, had the crowd in an uproar. The audience surrounded her, cheering louder than the music Texas based Dj, Al Metro was playing from the overhead speakers. The 20-year-old had … more
During the Juneteenth celebration in Rondo, Governor Tim Walz acknowledged the importance of remembering Juneteenth’s history and the dangers of trying to rewrite history.   … more
During the Juneteenth celebration in Rondo, Governor Tim Walz acknowledged the importance of remembering Juneteenth’s history and the dangers of trying to rewrite history.   … more
Semi-tractor trailers have long been fixtures in Midway’s industrial areas, transporting goods and services across the nation. But as more people become independent truck drivers, the big rigs … more
Home improvement work in neighborhoods along Green Line light rail and an array of city programs are among those recommended for funding in 2024-2025. New playground equipment at Hancock Recreation … more
Planting People Growing Justice™ Leadership Institute (PPGJLI) promotes cultural preservation through the arts and humanities and builds an ecosystem for new literary artists. In furtherance of … more
Just about everything a person owns comes from somewhere. And those items were likely shipped by truck or rail. For many years, the Midway area was a hub for freight shipping. Rail was the … more
“Minnesota may not have a State Science Fair or State Science Bowls going forward. We just lost a 25-year sponsor who covered a third of our Science Fair budget. So now we’ve got six … more
The high school sports season that began with practices in early March concluded with state tournaments in mid-June. For hundreds of student athletes who wore a Como Park Cougar uniform, their spring … more
“If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it’ll spend its whole life believing that it is stupid.”– Albert Einstein   “What defines you? What … more
University Avenue has always been a hot spot for enjoying a diverse cuisine. And the restaurant industry is always changing; on one hand we don’t like seeing our favorite places close but there … more
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