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Tue
13
Aug

Rain or shine


photos courtesy of the Community Support Center

New Brighton residents Diana Becker (left) and Cathy Boehm were all smiles despite the rain at the Community Support Center’s annual “Walk a Mile” fundraiser on Sunday, July 28.

Tue
13
Aug

NEWSBRIEF: Bernardy to host A.G. in constituent conversation

State Rep. Connie Bernardy of New Brighton is hosting a community conversation with constituents to listen to concerns, answer questions and share updates from St. Paul.

Tue
13
Aug

NEWSBRIEF: Monthly meetings help former caregivers recharge

Some have lost spouses, some parents or other relatives. All share a common journey: They were caring for someone with dementia and now that person has died.

Tue
13
Aug

NEWSBRIEF: McKnight Community-Engaged Artist Fellowship program

From Aug. 16 to Oct. 11, Pillsbury House Theatre will accept applications for the inaugural McKnight Community-Engaged Artist Fellowship program. Artists from all areas of Minnesota are encouraged to apply.

Tue
13
Aug

‘Village’ life

Residents of all ages lined St. Anthony Boulevard for the VillageFest parade on Aug. 2.

Tue
13
Aug

Women on display: New Brighton artist features women, self-portraits in show at Banfill-Locke


New Brighton artist Sherry Paulendeick creates paintings and mixed media art, often centered on women. A series of narrative works, in addition to self-portraits, will be on view at the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts in Fridley, from Aug. 22 through Sept. 21. (courtesy of Sherry Paulendeick)

Tucked away in nearby Fridley, the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts will host a show featuring New Brighton artist Sherry Paulendeick starting Aug. 22.

Mon
12
Aug

‘We just want our library’

South St. Paul residents petition city to keep library 

 

Mon
12
Aug

Human nature and the value of reputation

“A good name is more desirable than great riches.” —Proverbs 22:1

“A single lie destroys a whole reputation of integrity.” —Baltasar Gracian

 

Mon
12
Aug

Face to Face’s homeless shelter marks 25 years

Continues work to curb youth homelessness

 

Mon
12
Aug

Celebrating important friends


courtesy of Mishaila Bowman, the Lower Phalen Creek Project

The annual Pollinator Festival, organized by the Lower Phalen Creek Project and held in the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary, returned this year on Aug. 3.

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