East Side Review

Mon
09
Jan

Board OKs expanded services for domestic violence victims

Domestic violence victims whose cases are referred by a special county-city prosecution unit will receive expanded services and support under an agreement approved today by the Ramsey County Board of Commissioners.

Mon
09
Jan

Minnesota, Where ‘All of the Children are Above Average?’

Minnesota’s status as a leader in quality early childhood education and care has plummeted dramatically. A report released by the National Women’s Law Center shows that Minnesota has fallen from 4th in the nation in providing access to quality child care to 40th.

Mon
09
Jan

January and February book chats at Central Library

The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library offers a unique lunchtime opportunity with book chats at noon on Thursdays at Central Library. The book chats are an informal, easy way to hear about great books in the friendly setting of Zelda Coffee on the first floor of Central Library.

Mon
09
Jan

Retracing Hawaiian vocal traditions

The Rose Ensemble presents three Twin Cities performances of incredible vocal music from the Hawaiian islands, featuring Rose Ensemble soprano and Kauai native Kim Sueoka on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 17 and 18, at 8 p.m. at the Sundin Music Hall (Hamline University), 1531 Hewitt Avenue.

Mon
09
Jan

Three yard waste sites accept Christmas trees

Three Ramsey County yard waste sites remain open to the public on a limited basis through March and accept Christmas trees. Two sites in St. Paul (Midway and Frank & Sims) and the White Bear Township site are open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Mon
09
Jan

Safe place for children of squabbling parents gets $347,000 grant

Over the years, the Childrens Safety Centers organization has had some significant ups and downs since its inception in 1993, when a divorced mother realized she needed a neutral place where she could take her child for supervised visits with her ex-husband.

Mon
09
Jan

Ki: it’s all about the breathing. And balance. And power.

Spend just a few minutes with East Sider Jonathan Poppele, a double gold medalist in the 2004 International Ki Aikido Championships, and you will learn that if you’re like most of us you’re probably not using your body very wisely.

Mon
09
Jan

Ki: it’s all about the breathing. And balance. And power.

Spend just a few minutes with East Sider Jonathan Poppele, a double gold medalist in the 2004 International Ki Aikido Championships, and you will learn that if you’re like most of us you’re probably not using your body very wisely.

Mon
19
Dec

Local author finds the land, rebels shaped Minnesota

“Fourteen years after the Pilgrims reached the coast of America, a Frenchman named Jean Nicolet stepped out of a birch-bark canoe near the site of modern-day Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Mon
19
Dec

Local author finds the land, rebels shaped Minnesota

“Fourteen years after the Pilgrims reached the coast of America, a Frenchman named Jean Nicolet stepped out of a birch-bark canoe near the site of modern-day Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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