East Side Review

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May

Rainy Lake: Mist on the water

For years, friends have marveled that my family hasn’t visited Minnesota’s only national park. They know we enjoy fishing, hiking and camping in national parks. So, why, they wonder, haven’t we been to Voyageurs?

Mon
22
May

For 4th time, builder sent back to drawing board

He claims his neighbors "hate him." He says an East Side Review story about his criminal past is "fabricated."

Mon
15
May

Threat to Christianity or harmless entertainment?


Mon
15
May

Exhibit shows last photos taken of Mother Teresa

Linda Schaefer, the last photographer to take pictures of Mother Teresa will be exhibiting her work at the Benedictine Center, 2675 Larpenteur Ave. E., Maplewood, from May 20 through June 30.

Mon
15
May

For men only

Last week a friend was showing me the sermon notes for his pastor’s message the previous Sunday. This morning our pastor gave his sermon on the same subject. His message was titled “Building a Hope-Filled Marriage.” The notes and outlines were quite different, but the substance was similar.

Mon
15
May

Summer at Como Park

With several unseasonably warm days in April and May, summer seemed to come early to Como Park. As the school year draws to a close, Como Zoo and Marjorie McNeely Conservatory are both inundated with excited school children of all ages.

Mon
15
May

Thursday, April 20 —Wednesday, April 26

Thursday, April 20 —Wednesday, April 26

District 1
Auto theft

Mon
15
May

Payne-Phalen Planner

The East Side Review’s monthly guide to what’s happening with the District 5 Planning Council.

Mon
15
May

Next up: Skills tests and lattés

Just how many standardized tests does it take to figure out if Tyler and Tiffany can read, write and do ‘rithmatic? Apparently, a lot.

Mon
15
May

Historical society stampedes to save barn

One group seems to be unimpressed with how nebulous the county’s plans are or how blasé the fair board is so far.

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