East Side Review

Mon
09
Jan

Ki: it’s all about the breathing. And balance. And power.

Spend just a few minutes with East Sider Jonathan Poppele, a double gold medalist in the 2004 International Ki Aikido Championships, and you will learn that if you’re like most of us you’re probably not using your body very wisely.

Mon
09
Jan

Ki: it’s all about the breathing. And balance. And power.

Spend just a few minutes with East Sider Jonathan Poppele, a double gold medalist in the 2004 International Ki Aikido Championships, and you will learn that if you’re like most of us you’re probably not using your body very wisely.

Mon
19
Dec

Local author finds the land, rebels shaped Minnesota

“Fourteen years after the Pilgrims reached the coast of America, a Frenchman named Jean Nicolet stepped out of a birch-bark canoe near the site of modern-day Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Mon
19
Dec

Local author finds the land, rebels shaped Minnesota

“Fourteen years after the Pilgrims reached the coast of America, a Frenchman named Jean Nicolet stepped out of a birch-bark canoe near the site of modern-day Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Mon
19
Dec

District 2 Council Review

The East Side Review’s monthly guide to what’s going on with the District 2 Community Council.

Mayor Coleman will be NENDC’s keynote speaker

Mon
19
Dec

CO Minnesota DNR tales

Minnesota's park ranger — conservation officers with the state Department of Natural Resources — have plenty of tales to tell.

Mon
19
Dec

Minnesota scenes and seasons grace 2006 state park calendar

Minnesota photographers have captured the seasons in 12 stunning photographs in the 2006 state park calendar, which is now on sale, just in time for the holidays.

Mon
19
Dec

Deadline near for Deer Hunter Ethics Award nominees

With the 2005 deer hunting season still fresh in mind, hunters are encouraged to share stories of ethical deer hunting behavior in the form of nominations for the annual Minnesota Deer Hunter Ethics Award. Nominations will be accepted until Feb. 1.

Mon
19
Dec

Budget surplus should go to property tax relief

The November budget forecast released recently shows the state budget in a $1 billion surplus after several years of deficits. It’s great to see the state’s finances back on track.

Mon
19
Dec

Senate studies heating costs

The Senate Jobs, Energy and Community Development Committee held a hearing Nov. 17 to discuss the impacts of a 40 to 50 percent projected increase in heating costs for the upcoming winter.

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