East Side Review

Sun
12
Aug

Small decisions can sometimes be enormous

When large-scale disasters occur, one's thoughts often turn to the randomness of life. How is it that some people in perilous situations escape unharmed, while others perish? Still others make decisions that at the time seem of no real consequence but ultimately end up saving their lives.

Mon
06
Aug

Local teachers find space camp a blast

The countdown to the new school year has begun, and with it, teachers everywhere are preparing for their mission, to win the fight against boredom, video games and complacency. Their goal?

Mon
06
Aug

Local teachers find space camp a blast

The countdown to the new school year has begun, and with it, teachers everywhere are preparing for their mission, to win the fight against boredom, video games and complacency. Their goal?

Mon
06
Aug

EAST SIDE LIONS CLUB DONATES TO EAST SIDE YMCA

The East Side YMCA recently received a $2,500 check from the East Side Lions Club. The donation was presented by Lions Club President Wayne Motz to Michelle Ocasio, Executive Director of the East Side YMCA. The funds will be used to support youth activities on St. Paul's East Side.

Mon
06
Aug

"Pig Roast Helps Raise Money for Parade"

If you want to support the parade, but have limited resources to become a sponsor - there is a way you can help raise money. Attend the PABA Pig Roast - an event scheduled for 5:00 p.m. on August 16th at the Minnesota Music Cafe, 499 Payne Avenue at 7th Street.

Mon
06
Aug

FROM THE PRESIDENT...STEVE SCHUMACHER

A hallmark of the Payne Arcade Commercial District has been the annual "Harvest Parade." With the growth of the area, the parade celebrates the pride of East Side's diverse community spirit.

Mon
06
Aug

Just a beam of light

Recently my wife Norma and I were up to our little cabin northwest of Bemidji.

Mon
06
Aug

Closing Hayden Heights Library not acceptable

Mayor Coleman is in the process of creating his 2008 budget. As he does this we have become aware that there are some potential severe cuts. The District 2 Community Council is very concerned and upset about the possible closing of Hayden Heights Library.

Mon
06
Aug

Photo Poll: Where were you when you first heard about the I-35W bridge collapsing, and what were your first thoughts?


Where were you when you first heard about the I-35W bridge collapsing, and what were your first thoughts?

Mon
06
Aug

First Minnesota Sonic on the East Side?

East Siders may not have heard the boom yet, but it looks like Sonic, the national drive-in restaurant chain, could be coming to town.

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