East Side Review

Mon
12
Dec

House detectives

Ever thought about the number of people who have called your home, well, home?

Viewed from a historical perspective, most of us become not owners so much as caretakers of our houses and their physical transformations.

Mon
12
Dec

House detectives

Ever thought about the number of people who have called your home, well, home?

Viewed from a historical perspective, most of us become not owners so much as caretakers of our houses and their physical transformations.

Wed
07
Dec

Children’s Safety Centers awarded $347,000 grant for domestic abuse prevention

Children’s Safety Centers, a nonprofit provider of supervised visitation (providing children an opportunity to visit with a parent when there are concerns for the child’s safety) and Safe Exchange programs for parental visits, has been awarded a two-year Access for All grant.

Wed
07
Dec

December Book Chats at Central Library

The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library offers a unique lunchtime opportunity with book chats at noon on Thursdays at Central Library. The book chats are an informal, easy way to hear about great books in the friendly setting of Zelda Coffee on the first floor of Central Library.

Wed
07
Dec

Celebrate Christmas in Minnesota

Join The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library and the Minnesota Historical Society Press for a special event celebrating “Christmas in Minnesota,” on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m., at the Landmark Center, 75 West Fifth St., St. Paul.

Wed
07
Dec

Tours explore Capitol’s history

Minnesota’s role in the suffrage movement and the Capitol’s art and artists will be highlighted in two tours in December. The tours will help round out a year of events celebrating the 100th anniversary of the building’s opening in 1905.

Wed
07
Dec

Breakthrough St. Paul seeks applications from sixth grade students in St. Paul Public Schools

Breakthrough St. Paul, a challenging academic enrichment program for highly motivated, under-resourced middle school students from the St. Paul Public Schools, is now recruiting current sixth grade students to enter its program in the summer of 2006.

Wed
07
Dec

Seems to me I’ve heard that song before ...

... and does it ever sound good.

As midnight rolled Nov. 28 into 29, WMGT-AM, “The Mighty 1220,” rolled back the years as it swung into 1940s and ‘50s standards.

Wed
07
Dec

Thank your award-winning librarian

St. Paul's public libraries have apparently been working hard to earn your respect.

Wed
07
Dec

Car key caper concerns cops

Sure, he’s referred to by police as “a career criminal,” but what was a guy doing driving around with hundreds of keys to cars that were still securely locked behind fences?

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