Beyond the greeter monument, planners discussed final touches on Aug. 5. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Dedication ceremony Aug. 15
After nearly four years of planning and months of construction, finishing touches for the new North St. Paul Veterans Memorial are underway.
City staff and volunteers with North St. Paul Veterans Park, Inc. — the nonprofit of local veterans and volunteers formed to manage the memorial — meet at the site to make sure nothing is overlooked.
North St. Paul’s Officer Joe documents the moment- Lily’s catch with Grandma Candi and cousin Ian still fishing on the Silver Lake Fishing Pier Aug. 8.
It was an afternoon of Kids Fishing With Cops, sponsored by the North St. Paul Police Department and DNR Fishing Program. Catching mostly sunfish and pans, some were displayed in a clear tank temporarily on shore for a close up view of the fish.
Three high school students from North St. Paul — Alison Michelle Anderson, Izabella George and Jeremy Wales — are appearing in a new musical called "Seriously Bugged!" at the Minneapolis Fringe Festival.
Even the media get into the act in District 622 Summer Theatre’s “Anything Goes” during the final dress rehearsal at North High July 22. Claire Clauson plays Reno Sweeney, nightclub singer and former evangelist attracting star attention as madcap adventures are about to begin aboard the liner S.S. American.
District 622’s Summer Theatre presented the musical comedy “Anything Goes,” July 23-26.
Members of North St. Paul Green spent another Tuesday evening, July 7, tending the garden beds along East Seventh Avenue. The group gathers at 5 p.m. the first three Tuesdays of the month -- unless they’re rained out -- and at 10 a.m.
Co-owner of LUV Ice Cream, Susanna Gorodisher, 50, stands in front of the company’s new manufacturing building at 2590 E. Seventh Avenue, North St. Paul. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Owners blend passion for sweets with healthy living
When Susanna, 50, and Ilya Gorodisher, 52, set out to craft a sugar-free ice cream, they began surveying what other cultures use for sweeteners. With family ties to Italy and Russia, respectively, their research brought them around the world.
It wasn't until they reached South America that they found a substitute they thought could rival refined sugar. But they knew it couldn't stand on its own.
The Maplewood 4th of July festivities “Light It Up” was held at Hazelwood Park. The city of Maplewood and Dog House Bar & Grill promised a celebration with food, music and fun. Numerous food choices were available from the vendors.