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Mother-son duo planning fashion show to highlight youth entrepreneurs


submitted photo Aniki Allen, 11, is the creator of Ice Cream Bow Ties, a business he and his mother run together selling neckwear Allen has created from Legos. The two recently started creating a Hmong collection, seen on Allen above. The two are organizing a Nov. 24 youth fashion show at the Indigenous Roots Cultureal Arts Center.

A young entrepreneur and his mother are organizing a fashion show on the East Side to highlight youth entrepreneurs from around the Twin Cities.

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SNAPSHOT: Just in time for the snow to fly


Marjorie Otto/Review

The Chinese pavilion and Hmong Heritage Wall at Phalen Regional Park were finished just in time for the snow to fly, as seen Nov. 6.

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SNAPSHOTS: A play that takes you back in time


courtesy ISD 199

Students at Simley High School took the audience back in time during their performances of “The Government Inspector” Nov. 7 through 11.

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SNAPSHOTS: Everyone gets a sandwich


photos courtesy St. Joseph’s Catholic School

Fourth-grade students at St. Joseph’s Catholic School in West St. Paul lent a helping hand Nov. 1 to the Sandwich Man. Allan Law, affectionately known as the Sandwich Man, has the goal of feeding one million people by the end of the year.

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SNAPSHOT: Into my web

On the day before Halloween, Hannah Fitzmorris spent some of the crisp and sunny afternoon setting up a large web in the front yard of her North St. Paul home. She was also dabbing the web with a liquid.

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SNAPSHOTS: Shovels and singing

Richardson Elementary students sang their school song on a sunny Oct. 30 in North St. Paul before helping school, city and state officials break ground on the roughly $20 million renovation of their school.

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SNAPSHOTS: Riding Through Fall

The mild weather was a welcome additon to the annual Halloween Spook-tacular at the Harriet Alexander Nature Center in Roseville on Oct. 27.

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Nov

SNAPSHOTS: Walk for water


Photo courtesy of John Kaul

A Nibi Walk was held on Oct. 27 following the historic route of Phalen Creek. Such walks are indigenous-led ceremonies to pray for water.

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An anniversary 125 years in the making


Hannah Burlingame/Review The current location of First Presbyterian Church of South St. Paul, on 20th Avenue and Congress Street, was dedicated in 1959. The church, which was founded in December of 1893, has a 125th anniversary celebration planned for next month.

South St. Paul church prepares to celebrate milestone

 

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Karibu Grocery and Deli opens


Marjorie Otto/Review Karibu Grocery and Deli held its soft opening on Oct. 23. The Ali family, who moved to Railroad Island 18 years ago, has been working for more than two years to open the convenience store and restaurant. A grand opening celebration will be held in the next few weeks.

Local family excited get biz up and running

 

Karibu Grocery and Deli, located on the corner of Payne and Minnehaha avenues, is open and ready for business in the Railroad Island neighborhood. 

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