East Side Review

Wed
07
Jun

Honoring ‘Code’ (the movie, not the book)

How Dan Brown’s best-selling novel, “The Da Vinci Code,” became the cultural zeitgeist that it has may be a more baffling mystery than the book itself.

Wed
07
Jun

MH ‘Golden Residents’ share their stories



Among the parade participants were 85 “golden residents” – people who have lived in Mendota Heights since its incorporation as a city 50 years ago.

Mon
22
May

District 2 Council Review - May 2006

This is the East Side Review's monthly guide to what's going on with the District 2 Community Council, the neighborhood council which covers the northeastern corner of the city.

Mon
22
May

Threat to Christianity or harmless entertainment?

Dr. Paul Maier, renowed first-century historian, scholar, teacher and author, will lead a public forum exploring “The DaVinci Code” on May 24, 2006, at 7 p.m. at Woodbury Lutheran Church, 7380 Afton Road. The forum is free and open to the public; no registration is required. Check www.

Mon
22
May

St. John Vianney School reunion

St. John Vianney School to host 50th Anniversary All School Reunion

Mon
22
May

This fishing method was a real shocker

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DNR Law Enforcement

Mon
22
May

St. Paul Police receive donation for new police dog

The St. Paul Police Canine Foundation accepted a $5,000 donation May 16 from Cub Foods and the Milk-Bone Canine Heroes Program, to be used toward the purchase of a new police dog.

Mon
22
May

Thursday, April 27 — Wednesday, May 3

Mon
22
May

New measures support troops, veterans

In March, 2,600 Minnesota National Guard Soldiers left Camp Shelby, Mississippi for Iraq, the largest mobilization of the Minnesota National Guard since World War II. Since Sept. 11, 2001, the Minnesota National Guard has mobilized over 11,000 soldiers to 30 countries.

Mon
22
May

The message on meth: “not even once”

Like so many others, I was distressed to read the “City Pages” recommendation (satirical, or not) that crystal meth is the “Best Cheap Thrill” in the Twin Cities. It is worrisome to think that even one young person might take that advice seriously.

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