East Side Review

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24
Jul

Long-standing Maplewood city attorney resigns

Following the July 7 resignation of Maplewood City Attorney Patrick J. Kelly, his former colleagues, the City Council and City Hall staff expressed shock at the decision.

Mon
24
Jul

Jazzy the Cat makes a comeback

Missing for nearly a month from the Payne Avenue hardware store she called her home, Jazzy the Cat is finally home again, roosting in her favorite window bed.

Mon
24
Jul

Jazzy the Cat makes a comeback

Missing for nearly a month from the Payne Avenue hardware store she called her home, Jazzy the Cat is finally home again, roosting in her favorite window bed.

Fri
21
Jul

A sampling of Guthrie stories

Below are a few selected stories from Peg Guilfoyle's new book "The Guthrie Theater: Images, History, and Inside Stories" that she says offer a peek at "what it's really like at the Guthrie."

Actor Philip Goodwin played Scrooge in the 1999 production of "A Christmas Carol":

Fri
21
Jul

What's past is prologue for Guthrie

Peg Guilfoyle's home is under construction. Though the workers are presently on their lunch break, roofing equipment and rubble are scattered about the property.

Wed
19
Jul

Developer faces probation - again

After pleading guilty in June to disorderly conduct for the attempted strangling of a Nortonia Avenue neighbor during a housing dispute, developer Frank Ranallo was sentenced June 13 to a 30-day jail sentence.

Wed
19
Jul

Old soccer field to come to life thanks to national nonprofit

The city is getting a brand-new soccer field at the East Side's Arlington-Arkwright Park, and it's going to cost the municipality just $5,000 in food and water.

Wed
19
Jul

Reward offered for missing store cat

Nobody knows whether the store's star people-greeter walked off the job, or was catnapped.

But Jazzy's been gone three weeks now, and the employees of Kendall's Ace Hardware on Payne Avenue hope that someone can find her and return her for a $100 reward.

Wed
19
Jul

PABA pleas for community cash to run Harvest Festival

 

Tue
18
Jul

Invitation from a dragon

Is your life too full? Too full of stuff and obligations with no room for the things that really nourish you? There is a place you might want to visit: a garden of stone and plants that looks like a dragon.

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