East Side Review

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Capitol Rally to demonstrate ‘History Matters’

Minnesota history supporters are invited to the State Capitol on March 13 at noon for the second annual “History Matters” rally and information fair.

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Brother-in-laws argue until one is shot and killed

A domestic altercation between two men whose wives are sisters led to one man’s shooting death in the 1500 block of McAfee St.

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Twentieth annual Marian Congress

The World Apostolate of Fatima is sponsoring the 20th annual Marian Congress on Saturday, March 25 at O’Shaughnessy Education Center, Cleveland and Summit Avenues at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. The Rev.

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Choirs to perform at Bethel Lutheran

Two choirs from Walther Lutheran High School will be in concert at Bethel Lutheran Church, located at 670 W. Wheelock Parkway in St. Paul. The free performance will be Friday, March 10, at 7 p.m. Walther Lutheran High School brings its 50-year musical tradition in the Chicago area to St.

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Living Stations

Church of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, located at Larpenteur Avenue and Kennard Street, Maplewood, presents the “Living Stations” by high school youth on Good Friday, April 14 in the church and again at St.

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Salad luncheon, style show

The Women’s Fellowship of the Hazel Park Congregational Church, 1831 E. Minnehaha Ave., is having a salad luncheon and style show on March 18 at noon. The cost is $10 for adults and $4 for children under 12. For reservations call 777-1969 or 735-0490 by Thursday March 16.

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Tradition amongst our religions

Last Thursday, Feb. 23, about 50 of us attended a chaplains’ training conference about neighbors’ religions. It was sponsored by the Chaplains of the St. Paul Police Department. It covered the areas of Buddhism, Islam, American Indian, Animism (Hmong) and Judaism.

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Documentary to explore 1930s teenage freight train riders

The acclaimed documentary “Riding the Rails” provides an unforgettable account of the lives of teenage freight-train riders during the 1930s. The Minnesota Historical Society’s ReelMN Documentary Series will present the film in a free screening at the Minnesota History Center at 2 p.m.

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Library Classes offer patrons chance to record and research history

Two special Minnesota Historical Society Library classes in March will offer participants the chance to dig deeper into their own research.

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Healing spirits: let’s talk about death

It’s not necessarily a topic people want to discuss — and yet, it’s something that affects us all. The award-winning Healing Spirits series returns with “Dying: A Guide for Beginners,” which explores life’s greatest mystery, from a variety of perspectives.

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