East Side Review

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East Side Review police reports - June 30 — July 6

Thursday, June 30 — Wednesday, July 6 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

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Ramsey County Fair and White Bear Ave Parade 2016


As mom Tobi watches, Samantha set down her umbrella to add her touch to the giant coloring book mounted on the exhibit building.

The Ramsey County Fair, which celebrated its 103 year, took place July 13 through July 17. The kickoff of the fair started with the White Bear Avenue parade on July 13.

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East Side Review police reports - June 23 — June 29

Thursday, June 23 — Wednesday, June 29 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

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Asian market filling former Byerly’s grocery store

The East Side Lunds & Byerlys will be closing at the end of the day on March 6. The store appeared to be operating as normal last week but that will change when the going-out-of-business discounts begin Feb. 27. (Mary Lee Hagert/Review)
The property at 1959 Suburban Avenue, which had been the location of Lunds & Byerly’s since 1972, has been purchased by Ha Tien Market, an Asian grocery store and Vietnamese deli.

The Ha Tien Market, which has a bustling store at 353 W. University Ave., will be opening its second full-service grocery store in the Sun Ray neighborhood.

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Dayton’s Bluff vacant homes to receive some love


Clockwise from top left: 275 Bates Ave., built in 1884, is 1,640 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. 700 E. Fourth St., built in 1879, is a two story Queen Anne style home. 737 Plum St., built in 1882, is 2,192 square feet with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. 767 E. Fourth St., built in 1890, is 2,136 square foot home with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms

Neighborhood & city partnership prevent demolition of historic homes

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Swede Hollow Cafe celebrates its 20th anniversary


The Swede Hollow Cafe, located at 725 East Seventh Street in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, recently celebrated its 20-year anniversary.

Those involved reflect upon the neighborhood’s revitalization

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Take a walk on the tasty side

The Edible Streetscape project, which is organized by Urban Oasis, include 10 planters up and down East Seventh Street that each have a different cultural theme.

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Gateway Gold Line study

A new health impact assessment has identified opportunities to promote and improve health through innovative land use changes around the Gateway Gold Line Bus Rapid Transit stations.

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East Side Review police reports - June 16 — June 22

Thursday, June 16 — Wednesday, June 22 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

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The power of neighborhood collaboration


Jeremy Sartain, along with his sons Kai and Ezra, load bikes into the trailer Sartain will be using as a portable bike repair shop for ESP Bikes.

East Side businesses are coming together to support ESP Bikes

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