East Side Review

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06
Oct

From the East Side to Puerto Rico


Volunteers sorted donations for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico at the Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center on Oct. 3. Marjorie Otto/Review

If you walked into the Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center anytime the first week of October, the atmosphere felt very much like a beehive, with volunteers buzzing about with cases of food and water.

Fri
06
Oct

Green light given to Highway 3 project


The Inver Grove Heights City Council granted municipal consent Sept. 28 to a reconstruction project on Highway 3 that will run from Highway 149 to Ann Marie Trail, and Highway 149 from Highway 3 to Rich Valley Boulevard, which is also County Road 71. submitted graphic

Inver Grove Heights grants municipal consent after delay.

 

Fri
06
Oct

The sights and sounds of the St. Paul Fall Art Crawl come to the East Side

The St. Paul Fall Art Crawl is Oct. 13, 14 and 15, and if you’re looking to stay local, the East Side will have quite a few stops. At all the locations below, the crawl runs 6-10 p.m. on Friday, 12-8 p.m. on Saturday and 12-5 p.m.

Fri
06
Oct

East Side Review - Police Reports • Sept. 14 - Sept. 20, 2017

Thursday, September 14 — Wednesday, September 20 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

Fri
06
Oct

SNAPSHOT: Touch-a-Truck

Families filled Harmon Park in West St. Paul Sept. 30 for the annual Touch-a-Truck event.
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Mon
02
Oct

Arden Hills site submitted as potential Amazon headquarters


Ramsey County officials have proposed that Amazon use part of the 427-acre Rice Creek Commons development for its second headquarters. Jesse Poole

Ramsey County wants Amazon. It made that clear when it proposed two possible locations for the Seattle-based online retailer’s second headquarters. One of those Ramsey County locations is in Arden Hills. 

Fri
29
Sep

SNAPSHOT: Payne Avenue Poet Project unveiled


The Payne Avenue Poet project, a partnership between the East Side Arts Council and East Side poet Saymoukda Vongsay, wrapped up with a Sept. 15 poetry party and mural unveiling. The mural, which features people Vongsay met along Payne Avenue during the summer, is on the side of the arts council building located at 977 Payne Ave. The mural includes portraits and snippets of poetry created by Payne Avenue dwellers and visitors. More poetry can be found inside the East Side Arts Council’s office. Vongsay, who wrote her own poetry about Payne Avenue, said she’s still processing the experience, but said it was an honor to talk with people about their Payne Avenue stories.
Fri
29
Sep

St. Paul mayoral candidates discuss East Side issues

Six of the 10 St. Paul mayoral candidates discussed issues related to the East Side during a forum at Metropolitan State University on Sept. 22. 

Fri
29
Sep

A bond beyond words

Community rallies to help West St. Paul officer adopt furry partner.

 

On Sept. 25, West St. Paul police officer Joseph Gobely handed over $1 and a contract to city Finance Director Char Stark. 

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