East Side Review

Mon
30
Jan

At Serlin’s Cafe: 75 years of family fare

Since 1946, the same cozy storefront at 1146 Payne Ave. has been serving the same breakfast, lunch and dinner specialties day after day.

And in that nearly three-quarters of a century, you can count on one hand the number of times the restaurant has changed owners.

Tue
24
Jan

Seasame Street Live ticket winners drawn

Thank you to all who participated in the Sesame Street Live ticket raffle last week.

Winners were selected at random and sets of four tickets were distributed in the mail on Friday, Jan. 20.

Mon
23
Jan

Step aside — here comes The Bride

Whenever I see a wedding magazine, I cringe just a little. Ah, those glossy covers, filled with pages upon pages of expensive finery, nice china and diamond wedding sets that would make J-Lo jealous.

Mon
23
Jan

District 2 Council Review

The East Side Review’s monthly guide to what’s going on with the District 2 Community Council.

Development Updates

Mon
23
Jan

Dedicated volunteers lend a big hand to help DNR

Volunteers play an important role in the success of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Last year, 31,759 volunteers assisted DNR staff members with a variety of projects and programs. The value of their services is estimated at $7.3 million.

Mon
23
Jan

Snowmobilers need new sticker when riding trails

As people prepare for snow and winter recreation, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reminds snowmobilers of a new sticker requirement.

Mon
23
Jan

St. Paul cop wins Medal of Valor for East Side heroism

The St. Paul Police Department honored Officer Andrew Heroux with a Medal of Valor Jan. 20 for Oct. 10 actions he performed in the line of duty — saving sleeping residents of a burning building at 839 East Seventh St.

Mon
23
Jan

Fishy business

Back in the early 1970s when he was an undergrad at Winona State, Mike Fries and his roommate decided to get a 10-gallon tank and keep a few fish in it.

Not long after that, he got hooked. Big time.

Mon
23
Jan

I.D. crimes plague Twin Cities

Kristine Mellor usually didn’t leave her purse in the car. But as she locked the doors and walked into the gym one morning, someone was watching her.

Mon
23
Jan

From refugee to attorney to senator to ... film star?

She’s known nationwide as the country’s first Hmong-American elected official. She was profiled in the New York Times when - without legislative experience - she wrested Minnesota’s Senate District 67 seat from others vying to replace longtime officeholder Randy Kelly, who resigned to become St.

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