East Side Review

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Urban bird festival begins April 28

Birds and bird watching will be highlighted throughout Ramsey County from April 28 to May 7. The events are intended for the public to learn about birds and bird watching. No previous bird watching experience is needed. A variety of birds will be observed as birds migrate back to Minnesota.

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Meet the neighbors, plan your future

Admit it: you’ve got dreams, hopes and aspirations not just for your own house, but your whole block. Some of you even have fond wishes extending beyond the borders of your neighborhood.

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And then there were none

The doors are locked and the lights are out at the East Side’s sole remaining bingo hall, bringing the number of bingo halls in the city to one - Midway Bingo on University Avenue.

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Explore working life through untold stories

“Untold Stories” returns for the eighth year complete with lectures, tours, community discussions, performances and more. “Untold Stories” is a national award-winning labor history series sponsored by The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library.

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Organ donation saves lives

Local student proposal gains support

Each day, 18 persons in America die waiting for a life-saving organ.

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Thanks to those who serve others

The recent article in these pages about the North St. Paul Area Emergency Food Shelf really made me appreciate the great work of community volunteers and local businesses like Triple Crown Batting Cages who contribute their time and resources to help needy families put food on the table.

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Help in making good choices

About two weeks ago I called my youngest daughter, Patty, to see how she was doing. She said that she was just getting over a nine day bout with the worst flu that you could imagine.

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Doggonit! City hatches a new plan to scare geese away

St. Paul parks officials have hatched a plan they hope will put the city’s goose-control woes to rest.

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Fursman firing raises resident ire

The “direction of Maplewood” — most visibly, its seriously-split City Council — was the main topic of concern at the council’s April 10 meeting.

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Remembering Mitch

“I had a stick of Carefree gum, but it didn’t work. I felt pretty good while I was blowing that bubble, but as soon as the gum lost its flavor, I was back to pondering my mortality.”

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