East Side Review

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Minnesota Rocks! sculpture to be dedicated in Mounds Park

Minnesota Rocks! Sculptures created through the 2006 International Stone Carving Symposium will be formally dedicated in September and October at public sites throughout the City. Public officials, neighborhood organizations, artists and musicians will all be part of the festivities.

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08
Oct

True grit on display

Have you ever visited the crop art displays at the State Fair? If so, you've probably heard of Lillian Colton, the artist who made crop art into a pop-culture phenomenon.

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08
Oct

Children's book art at Metropolitan State University

Metropolitan State University Third Floor Gallery is pleased to present "Picture This: the Art of Children's Books."

Mon
08
Oct

Children's book art at Metropolitan State University

Metropolitan State University Third Floor Gallery is pleased to present "Picture This: the Art of Children's Books."

Mon
08
Oct

Which came first: libraries or library patrons?

The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library is pleased to announce the publication of "A Noble Task: The Saint Paul Public Library Celebrates 125!" by Biloine W. (Billie) Young.

Mon
08
Oct

A source for scars and stories

The simplest way to get around may be your own two feet, but why walk when you can ride? For some, bikes are transportation, for others, recreation, for some, fond childhood memories, and for a few, a source of scars and stories.

Sun
07
Oct

Get me to the hairdresser, stat!

The following are accounts of the encounters some of the Department of Natural Resources’ conservation officers have had with the state’s wildlife, whether animal or human.

Sun
07
Oct

Turn 40. Check. Buy minivan. Check.

I can remember almost fondly the earnest conversation I once had with my older friend Laurel. I leaned across the restaurant table and whispered as I confided a heart-thumping, stomach-lurching fear in the hopes she could somehow allay it:

"What was it like to turn 30?"

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07
Oct

To BA or not to BA

The short biography of Rebecca Cave which ran as a part of the primary election voters' guide in the Aug. 29 issue of the Maplewood Review contained erroneous information.

Sun
07
Oct

7 Hazel Park students suspended after meth distribution

It apparently wasn't a large amount of crystal methamphetamine that a 14-year-old girl handed out to others during the 11:30 a.m. lunch period at Hazel Park Middle School Academy last week.

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