East Side Review

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Parade of Gardens makes stops in East Side

As part of the second annual Parade of Community Gardens Aug. 18, The Community Design Center of Minnesota garden at the Swede Hollow Café will be open for to anyone interested in seeing the vegetables, flowers, and herbs being grown by local, youth gardeners. From 10 a.m.

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Variety of sailing experiences offered at Phalen

"Come Sail Away" is an exceptional and affordable City of Saint Paul course for those with an urge to get out on the water; for those how want to stay while having fun. Classes offered include Basic Sailing, Intermediate Sailing, Intro to Multihulls and Basic Sailing Instructor Class.

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Colors of Summer Tea steeps on Aug. 9 and 10

Join the East Side Arts Council for a formal four-course Victorian High Tea from 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 9 and 10 at the Weequah, the former Phalen Canoe Club. This annual event benefits the the East Side Arts Council's Poetry Park.

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Metropolitan State University info session slated for Aug. 7

Thinking about completing a bachelor's degree? Come to a free informational meeting at Metropolitan State University from noon to 1 p.m. and 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug.7 at 700 E. 7th St., Founders Hall, room 121. All are welcome to attend.

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Police Reports July 5 - 11, 2007

Thursday, July 5 —Wednesday, July 11

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East Side Arts Council invites public to literature discussion Aug. 7

Join the East Side Arts Council for the classic literary discussion group from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 7 at the Phalen Recreation Center craft room at 1000 East Wheelock Parkway.

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Dads Make a Difference hosting event with Twins on July 31

Dads Make a Difference, a Minnesota organization that works to promote the positive involvement of father and educate youth about responsible parenting, will host a benefit with the Minnesota Twins at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 31 at the Metrodome picnic area. Open to the public, tickets are $40.

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Photo Poll:"What are you doing to beat the summer heat?"


What are you doing to beat the summer heat?

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Cory Streeter: Interim news editor for the East Side Review

After being interested in too many things while growing up in Maple Grove, Minn., Cory Streeter decided after a year of college at Bethel University to finally settle on a journalism major, which provides the opportunities to pursue his variety of interests.

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Cracking a stained glass caper

Gale Rohde peered at rows of hand-crafted windows, all ripped from their rightful homes, in search of her own antique glass, circa 1912.

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