East Side Review

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Who do they love?

For the next few weeks, the East Side Review will be printing images of East Siders collected by Bonnie Fournier as a part of her ongoing photo essay, entitled "The Smooch Project: 10,000 Acts of Affection." For more information on her project, go to www.smo

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St. Paul to get its own domestic abuse services office

Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman, with the Partnership for Domestic Abuse Services, took to the podium Oct. 23 to announce the development of a new domestic abuse resource center, to be located in City Hall and expected to open Summer 2007.

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Mayor seeks response from Thai government on Hmong grave desecration in Thailand

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman met Oct. 19 with the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous peoples, Mr.

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Police reports Thursday, Oct.5 - Wednesday, Oct. 11

Thursday, Oct.5 —Wednesday, Oct. 11

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East Side polling locations by ward and precinct

The general election will be conducted Nov. 7 in the city of St. Paul. The hours of voting in all polling places will be from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Voting will take place at the following East Side polling places:

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Mission sale will benefit orphanage

There will be a Mission Craft and Gift Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 4 at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 2499 N. Helen St., North St. Paul.

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About Church of the Holy Apostles

Holy Apostles is a diverse Episcopal congregation, located on the Eastside of St. Paul. Last November, more than 180 Hmong Christians were welcomed into the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota, making Church of the Holy Apostles in St.

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Enrichment opportunities offered at Benedictine Center

The Benedictine Center, 2675 Larpenteur Avenue East in Maplewood is offering the following opportunities to help participants find the time and tools they need to lead more meaningful lives.

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Immigrant Stories at Holy Apostles

Church of the Holy Apostles, announces Immigrant Stories: Sustained by Faith, a monthly conversation series focusing on faith journies of immigrants who worship at Church of the Holy Apostles. The series starts Saturday, November 11th at 5 p.m., beginning with a service of Holy Communion.

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Fred Zachau reads at Hayden Heights

Local author Fred Zachau will read from his short story collection "Strange Harmony in an Unlikely Quintet" on Monday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Hayden Heights Library, 1456 White Bear Avenue. Zachau's stories feature unique characters, humor and some serious reflection.

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