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11
Aug

Local church grows donations for food shelf


The community garden behind First Presbyterian Church of South St. Paul helps support the local food shelf, Neighbors Inc. As of last year, the church had donated nearly two tons of fresh produce to the nonprofit. Hannah Burlingame/Review

Behind First Presbyterian Church of South St. Paul sits a fenced off section of land.

Fri
11
Aug

Librarians mark a 100th anniversary by returning to their former home

As part of the year-long centennial celebration of Carnegie libraries in St. Paul, the East Side Freedom Library hosted a librarian reunion Aug. 8.

Tue
08
Aug

New coffee chain moves to Maplewood


Tim Hortons in Maplewood opened for business July 29. Aundrea Kinney/Review

Tim Hortons, a Canadian-based coffee chain, opened a new franchise in Maplewood July 29. The business, which is known for their doughnuts as well as their coffee, is located at the corner of County Road B and Rice Street near Cub Foods. 

Tue
08
Aug

Hill-Murray theater program performs at the Minnesota Fringe Festival


Left to right, Kelvin Hatle plays “Dad”, Eva Potvin plays “Emily” and RoRo Germ plays the “Okay Fairy” in Hill-Murray’s original comedy “Absurd Advice.” submitted photo

‘Absurd Advice’ is a comedy written and directed by Hill-Murray alumni

Mon
07
Aug

A visit from inventors

Spencer Silver, left, and Art Fry, inventors of the Post-it Note and 2010 inductees in the National Inventors Hall of Fame, visited with participants of Camp Invention at Central Park Elementary in Roseville Aug. 3.

Mon
07
Aug

Shoreview natives open new brewery in St. Paul


Three young men, who started their beer-brewing endeavors in a basement in Shoreview, have now opened their brewery — 12wleve Eyes — in a basement in downtown St. Paul. Pictured, Elliot Grosse, one of the owners and brewers, takes an order from some customers during a July 27 soft opening. Jesse Poole

Beers, some first concocted in a Shoreview basement, can now be enjoyed in a newly renovated space beneath one of downtown St. Paul’s historic buildings.

Mon
07
Aug

Settlement reached in contested Lowry Grove sale


St. Anthony’s former Lowry Grove mobile home park is vacant of residents, but it won’t be that way for long. In addition to building market-rate apartments, townhouses and senior-focused housing, as part of a legal settlement, the site’s owner is making provisions, in partnership with equitable housing nonprofit Aeon, to add 110 affordable units to the site as well. Jesse Poole photo

The new owner of the land known as Lowry Grove in St. Anthony Village has agreed to sell a portion of the 15-acre property to Aeon, a Minneapolis-based equitable housing nonprofit. 

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