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Just barely a ‘Freeze Fest’


Jolie Yang is ready for her just-made pudgy pie, an apple-filled cinnamon bread dessert cooked over a fire.

On Saturday, Feb. 11, families spent an unusually warm winter afternoon out on the ice at Lake Phalen for the annual Phalen Freeze Fest.

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12
Feb

East Side Review police reports - January 19 — January 25

Thursday, Jan. 12 — Wednesday, Jan. 18 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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12
Feb

Events Featured in East Side Review February 12, 2017

Events: The East Side’s Got Talent Cabaret; Free MN Sinfonia concert; Waniyetu/Winter Walk: Dakota Culture; Play-test a new game at Metro State University Library; “Designing Your Life” author, Dave Evans, to speak at Metro State; Hayden Heights Library; East Side Freedom Library.

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12
Feb

Nominations open for inaugural Minnesota Job Honor Awards

The St. Paul City Council is preparing to create a seven-member citizen committee to work with city officials to focus on community reinvestment and reducing disparities in banking services.

Sun
12
Feb

Week of gun violence rattles East Side

Within four days the East Side saw two people killed by gun violence. 

Sun
12
Feb

Fourth East Side teacher nominated for Teacher of the Year award


Ong Xiong

Ong Xiong teaches at Phalen Lake magnet

St. Paul Public Schools announced a fourth teacher from the East Side has been nominated for the 2017 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award. 

Sun
12
Feb

St. Paul celebrates positive impact from neighbors


Ahmed Hersi, middle, is pictured with St. Paul City Council president Russ Stark, left, and District 1 Community Council president Paul Sawyer, right.

On Friday night, Jan. 27, St. Paul residents gathered to celebrate neighbors and organizations that had been nominated by St. Paul’s 17 district councils for the annual Neighborhood Honor Roll. 

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12
Feb

New homes being delivered to East Side


On Wednesday morning, Feb. 8, a construction crew installed the first in a series of modular homes on the East Side.

Modular homes filling vacant lots

In just six weeks two empty lots near Beaver Lake will have attractive, 1,800-square-foot new homes.

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05
Feb

St. Paul City Council to establish a Citizen Advisory Committee on city’s banking partners

The St. Paul City Council is preparing to create a seven-member citizen committee to work with city officials to focus on community reinvestment and reducing disparities in banking services.

Sun
05
Feb

Events Featured in East Side Review February 5, 2017

Events: Elder Café; Phalen Freeze Fest; St. Paul Youth Talent Expo; Hayden Heights Library; East Side Freedom Library

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