East Side Review

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Library to offer language learning software online

Due to a gift to The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library by the Steve and Linda Kantner family, the library will soon offer help in learning English and Spanish through their Web site. The "Rosetta Stone" online software will allow anyone with a St.

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01
Oct

A new home for Book Awards

The Minnesota Humanities Commission announces the new sponsor of the annual Minnesota book Awards. Effective immediately, a Capital City consortium of The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library, the St. Paul Public Library, and the office of the mayor of St.

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01
Oct

Inquiring Minds

Each week the staff at the Roseville Library answers more than 2,500 questions on every subject under the sun. Here are some of the most interesting ones they've gotten lately.

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01
Oct

Ever-mutable art form on display at MSU's Eclectic Clay

Metropolitan State University Third Floor Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition, Eclectic Clay: Selections from Northern Clay Center's Teaching Collections.

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01
Oct

Ever-mutable art form on display at MSU's Eclectic Clay

Metropolitan State University Third Floor Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition, Eclectic Clay: Selections from Northern Clay Center's Teaching Collections.

Sun
01
Oct

Hot dish and baking clubs at a library near you

Join The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library and the Minnesota Historical Society Press for two book events centering around something dear to all our stomachs - food. On Oct. 14 at 2 p.m. stop by the St. Agnes bakery in downtown St.

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01
Oct

Girl, 10, dies from mushroom poisoning

One of the seven people who ingested poisonous mushrooms harvested from Phalen Park has died.

Selena Thao, 10, was the youngest of the seven and died from complications Sept. 15, said her uncle Cheu Lee in an interview last week.

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01
Oct

City decides preservationists can't ignore preservation guidelines when building two-story garage

It's no Monster Garage, but the location and size of a two-story, two-car garage that a Swede Hollow preservationist and her husband want to build in back of their historic home at the corner of Greenbrier and Margaret streets certainly has raised neighbors' eyebrows.

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01
Oct

A light in dark places

In the study of Linda Cullen's Maplewood home, there are three clocks, showing three different times. The first is labeled "Baghdad," the second, "St. Paul," and the third, "Kabul."

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Sep

Sixteenth annual Senior Housing Directory released

Whether a senior is looking to purchase a co-op or condominium in a senior community or is searching for a new senior market rate (independent living) apartment, subsidized apartment, assisted living or memory care arrangements- the Senior Housing Directory is their first stop.

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