East Side Review

Tue
15
Aug

Irvine Park Walking Tours to Highlight its Homes' Histories

Participants on Irvine Park walking tours Aug. 17 will hear more than details of the neighborhoodís architecture. Guides from the Alexander Ramsey House will discuss what went on beyond front doors of some of St. Paulís most lavish Victorian homes.

Tue
15
Aug

Fort Snelling to offer chance to be "Blacksmith for a Day"


Tue
15
Aug

Marriage recommitment service set for Aug. 19

Community residents are invited to a marriage recommitment service at Hazel Park Congregational United Church of Christ, 1831 E. Minnehaha Ave, St. Paul on the evening of Aug. 19.

Tue
15
Aug

Is religious persecution alive in America?

Peter preached a great sermon. Many people were psychologically, emotionally and spiritually shaken. They were stirred to the utmost depths of their being. They repented and turned to the Lord. This was apparently the first New Testament evangelistic crusade. It was only one sermon long.

Tue
15
Aug

Police Blotter Thursday, July 20 - Wednesday, July 26

Thursday, July 20 — Wednesday, July 26

Tue
15
Aug

Letters to the Editor 8/13/06

Criticism is actually very American

Tue
15
Aug

Deadline appended

Already, two deadlines have come and gone to clean up the property of Poor Richard's Inc., Payne Avenue's well-known dump, junkyard and recycling facility.

Tue
15
Aug

Alleged puppy killer flees from police custody

Police say a man who strangled all 10 of his girlfriend's mixed-breed pit bull puppies Aug. 1, despite pleas of horrified onlookers to cease, also verbally threatened to strangle his girlfriend standing nearby before leaving.

Tue
15
Aug

Stroll through the East Side's community gardens

Battle Creek resident John McDermott can't wait for Saturday.

Tue
15
Aug

Stroll through the East Side's community gardens

Battle Creek resident John McDermott can't wait for Saturday.

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