Roseville-Little Canada Review

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

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

Tracking down texts that are hundreds of years old

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.

Q. I want a copy of a classic devotional text called “The Imitation of Christ” by Thomas Kempis. How can I get it through your library?

Mon
12
Aug

Face to Face’s homeless shelter marks 25 years

Continues work to curb youth homelessness

 

Wed
07
Aug

New senior housing on its way to Arden Hills


The Arden Hills City Council on July 22 approved a proposal for a three-story, 120-unit senior living complex off Old Highway 10. As part of the project, developers would put in amenities on adjoining city-owned land, which is designated for a public park. ( courtesy of Summit Development/Kaas Wilson Architects)

Arden Hills should soon be getting a new senior housing complex along Old Highway 10. 

Wed
07
Aug

How you sleep affects your health - and could give you wrinkles

As you drift off to sleep, how does your nightly position affect your health?

Tue
06
Aug

Deserted Journey Home properties linger in Shoreview, Arden Hills


Journey Home, the now defunct housing nonprofit founded by former Ramsey County commissioner Blake Huffman, left behind a vacant lot in the 3400 block of Victoria Street in Shoreview after it tore down a home there. The City of Shoreview has ordered an abatement of public nuisance, and is beginning to clean up the site. (Bridget Kranz)

Founded in 2008, former Ramsey County District 1 commissioner Blake Huffman’s housing nonprofit dissolved this spring, leaving a series of unmaintained properties across the north metro, including one each in Shoreview and Arden Hills. 

Tue
06
Aug

For the sake of summer security, remember to lock up

Former Roseville area state representative and school board member Mindy Greiling said she woke up the morning of July 22 unsure if she’d dreamed the noises she heard overnight, or if they were real.

Tue
06
Aug

Sound of Slice


Bridget Kranz

Shoreview residents and visitors from around the metro gathered once again for Slice of Shoreview Days.

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