East Side Review

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Nation’s first sepak takraw courts to be built on East Side


The Southeast Asian game of sepak takraw is played by using only the head, feet, or knees to knock a plastic ball back and forth. Hands cannot be used and players go to gravity-defying measures to ensure the ball does not fall on their side.

Soccer-like game is a tradition for Southeast Asian cultures

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Feb

East Side Review police reports - Feb. 2 — Feb. 8

Thursday, Feb. 2 — Wednesday, Feb. 8 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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Feb

Events Featured in East Side Review February 26, 2017

Events:  East Side Freedom Library; Urban homesteading ; Hayden Heights Library; Dayton’s Bluff Library Hosts Open House for Library Go; Elder Café; ESABA Third Annual Fish Fry; The East Side’s Got Talent Cabaret; Mexica New Year/Makuilli Kalli; ‘Designing Your Life’ author, Dave Evans, to speak at Metro State; 

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East Siders march from Mexican Consulate to capitol on ‘Day Without Immigrants’


On Thursday, Feb. 16, marchers gathered at the Mexican Consulate along East Seventh Street to march to the Minnesota State Capitol on the “Day Without Immigrants.”

Businesses close as the community marches

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19
Feb

Merrick Community Services finds a new home


Merrick Community Services will lease 15,000 square feet within Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church, located at 1669 Arcade St.

Gustavus Adolphus church is leasing space to social services agency

After 10 years of searching, Merrick Community Services has found a new permanent home on the northern edge of the East Side. 

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Feb

East Side Review police reports - Jan. 26 — Feb. 1

Thursday, Jan. 26 — Wednesday, Feb. 1 police reports for St. Paul Districts 1, 2, 4 & 5.

 

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Feb

Events Featured in East Side Review February 19, 2017

Events: East Side Pride Open Mic; Free MN Sinfonia concert; “Designing Your Life” author, Dave Evans, to speak at Metro State; The event is open to the public, although seating is limited; Waniyetu/Winter Walk: Dakota Culture; Play-test a new game at Metro State University Library; The East Side’s Got Talent Cabaret; Urban homesteading; East Side Freedom Library; Hayden Heights Library; ​

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Feb

Sanneh Foundation receives $600,000, plans to expand programming

The Sanneh Foundation, which is based out of the Conway Recreation Center on the East Side, recently announced it has received $600,000 in grants from the Otto Bremer Trust.

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19
Feb

Assisted living project in limbo


While the St. Paul Zoning Committee rejected to rezone the vacant lot at 1475 Ames Ave. (arrow), a future assisted living facility project may be saved a land swap with the city. The city owns a vacant lot along Magnolia Avenue (black circle).

Possible land swap with city could save project

Plans for an assisted living home at 1475 Ames Ave. have been put on hold after neighbors expressed concerns about increased traffic along the narrow street.

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19
Feb

Just barely a ‘Freeze Fest’


Jolie Yang is ready for her just-made pudgy pie, an apple-filled cinnamon bread dessert cooked over a fire.

On Saturday, Feb. 11, families spent an unusually warm winter afternoon out on the ice at Lake Phalen for the annual Phalen Freeze Fest.

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