East Side firefighter Andrew Bieze poses in front of a green screen wearing no shirt and some lederhosen. Firefighters posed for mildly suggestive calendar photos as part of an effort to raise money to give low-income children new winter coats. (submitted photo)
If you have a hard time connecting the dots between some firefighters wearing nothing but lederhosen and low-income children getting free coats, you’re not alone.
Freedom Works, a Christian non-profit that does post-prison programming is looking to add housing and programming for 24 men in a building in Dayton’s Bluff. The building, located at 869 5th St. E. is a former convent near Sacred Heart Church and is owned by Catholic Charities. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
Freedom Works eyeing former convent on Fifth St.
A Christian non-profit providing programming and long-term housing for men after they get out of prison is looking to add a location on the East Side.
A bicyclist goes through the Swede Hollow Park tunnel. The East Side may gain a number of bike facilities thanks to St. Paul’s comprehensive bike plan. (submitted photo)
On Wednesday, March 25, St. Paul residents could be seen parking their bicycles in special designated bike parking outside of City Hall, anticipating their turns to speak about the city’s bicycle plan.