East Side Review

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Dads Make a Difference hosting event with Twins on July 31

Dads Make a Difference, a Minnesota organization that works to promote the positive involvement of father and educate youth about responsible parenting, will host a benefit with the Minnesota Twins at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 31 at the Metrodome picnic area. Open to the public, tickets are $40.

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Photo Poll:"What are you doing to beat the summer heat?"


What are you doing to beat the summer heat?

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Cory Streeter: Interim news editor for the East Side Review

After being interested in too many things while growing up in Maple Grove, Minn., Cory Streeter decided after a year of college at Bethel University to finally settle on a journalism major, which provides the opportunities to pursue his variety of interests.

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Cracking a stained glass caper

Gale Rohde peered at rows of hand-crafted windows, all ripped from their rightful homes, in search of her own antique glass, circa 1912.

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Cracking a stained glass caper

Gale Rohde peered at rows of hand-crafted windows, all ripped from their rightful homes, in search of her own antique glass, circa 1912.

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Budget cuts could threaten library, rec centers

With a $16 million budget deficit towering over St. Paul's budget planning for next year, some East Side facilities could be threatened. Twin Cities daily newspapers reported last week on various scenarios provided by city officials that outlined possible cuts within each department.

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'East Side Hub' idea joins library and rec center

A preliminary study by the St. Paul Public Libraries calls for a future joint library and recreation center for the East Side, bringing the usable library space from roughly 5,600 square feet at the cramped Arlington Hills location to around 18,500 square feet at the new site.

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Good people working together

It is hard to imagine a society where only one restriction was given. That is the story of our first recorded history on earth. Adam and Eve had one fruit that they could not eat. The next generation had two brothers who did some things that were different from one another.

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One for the 'river rats'

When I was growing up, I threw myself into all the healthy activities kids are supposed to: camping, canoeing, sledding, chasing my brother with a stick, you name it.

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Sweet anticipation of another fair

It's hard to believe it's fair time again. The sights, sounds and, yes, smells of last year's Washington County Fair are still so vivid.

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