East Side Review

Mon
16
Jan

More than anything, he was a friend

It wasn’t getting any better, but that didn’t deter Don Larson from giving it his best shot at beating the dreadful, debilitating afflictions of cancer, that plagued him for the past several years.
Another friend told me recently, “You have to believe that 1930 was a good year.”

Mon
16
Jan

While making a sanctuary, a question

The National Park Service’s John Anfinson gets the question often: is it really possible to sacrifice historically significant objects — like some of the locks and dams along the Mississippi River, for example — for the sake of environmental restoration and purity?

Mon
16
Jan

Are merchants getting burned by a ring of cigarette thieves?

Jimmy Umar, owner of the Jimmy’s Food Market on White Bear Avenue for 16 years now, admits that smash-and-grab burglars are just as likely to steal cigarette cartons as cash.

Mon
09
Jan

Now available: picnic facility reservations for 2006 picnic season

Residents and businesses of the city of St. Paul proper may now apply for permits to reserve picnic facilities.

Mon
09
Jan

Science Museum of Minnesota visitors will see two extraordinary, opposite worlds come to life on the omnitheather’s giant screen

Beginning Friday, Jan. 13, visitors to the Science Museum of Minnesota’s Omnitheater will encounter the wondrous and enchanting life of “Baja’s Ocean Oasis” — a sea within a desert within an ocean.

Mon
09
Jan

Anglers licenses good through February

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers the 2005 license year runs through the end of Feb. 28, so customers can still use their licenses for a couple more months.

Mon
09
Jan

St. Paul Bouncing team announces 2006 try-outs

The St. Paul Bouncing Team announces it will hold its try-outs for men and women on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 730 p.m. in St. Paul’s Landmark Center.

Mon
09
Jan

Free hunting and fishing sessions at Sportsmen’s Show

It’s a well known fact that Minnesotans are outdoor lovers. Since hunting and fishing are particularly popular sports, the Minnesota Sportsmen’s’ Show provides free seminars on those topics every year. The 36th annual Sportsmen’s Show runs Jan. 11 to 15 at St. Paul’s RiverCentre.

Mon
09
Jan

Julian Bond to speak Jan. 12 at Metropolitan State University

Metropolitan State University will host a speech by National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Chair Julian Bond on Jan. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Mon
09
Jan

Board OKs expanded services for domestic violence victims

Domestic violence victims whose cases are referred by a special county-city prosecution unit will receive expanded services and support under an agreement approved today by the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners.

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