East Side Review

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Mayor appoints Tim Butler as St. Paul Fire Chief

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman announced that after a national search he will appoint St. Paul Director of Emergency Management, Tim Butler, as the City's new Fire Chief. Butler will take the place of Doug Holton, who left the department earlier this year.

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Journey to Safety: Women's Human Rights Film Series

The Women's Rights Film Series, a program presented by The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library and Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights, returns in November with film screenings and discussions on the global issues of women's human rights.

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Chicano & Latino Writers Festival celebrates 10 years in November

Since beginning in 1997, the Chicano & Latino Writers Festival has a tradition of working with local and national talent to present the only Twin Cities literary festival focusing on Chicano and Latino writers.

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Palms up for the orangutan

Como Zoo honors the Orangutan during the 12th Annual International Orangutan Awareness Week Nov. 10-11. Activities include orangutan enrichment programs, activities for children and their parents, keeper talks, storytelling, and education stations.

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05
Nov

Palms up for the orangutan

Como Zoo honors the Orangutan during the 12th Annual International Orangutan Awareness Week Nov. 10-11. Activities include orangutan enrichment programs, activities for children and their parents, keeper talks, storytelling, and education stations.

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05
Nov

Block nurses join forces to fight diabetes

For the first time, four Living at Home Block/Nurse Programs are collaborating to hold a Diabetes Education Event Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2007 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Parkway Gardens, 1145 Old Hudson Rd.

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Shot by a rival's dad, then run over by friends

Technically, it wasn't the bullet passing right to left through his lung cavity that did in the badly-wounded 20-year-old, an alleged gang member from Brooklyn Park. It was the car driven by one of his fleeing friends.

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A dearth of coffee shops on the East Side?

East Sider Robert Wesley is curious. What in the world is going into that vacant Embers site on Old Hudson Road near White Bear Avenue and Interstate Highway 94, he wonders.

So what does he do? He calls his neighborhood newspaper.

"I'm just wondering," he says.

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The devil's food cake is in the details

It's been years since the old Jerry's Newmarket grocery store - ever so slowly sinking into the wetland now called Ames Lake - finally called it quits.

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05
Nov

The devil's food cake is in the details

It's been years since the old Jerry's Newmarket grocery store - ever so slowly sinking into the wetland now called Ames Lake - finally called it quits.

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