East Side Review

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Mayor Coleman to host forum on the state of transportation

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman today announced he will join the city’s district councils in hosting a forum on key transportation initiatives in St. Paul on Jan. 23 at Hamline University in the Drew Science Center Auditorium.

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Johnson fight leads to 11 suspensions

St. Paul police arrested a 19-year-old St. Paul man the day after a Jan. 10 fight at Johnson High School devolved into the shooting of a 17-year-old just blocks away.

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Century College hosts trumpet virtuoso Wayne Bergeron at jazz festival

Trumpet virtuoso Wayne Bergeron, one of the most sought-after trumpet players in Los Angeles, will be the guest artist this year at the Century College Jazz Festival. He will perform on Jan. 28 at 8 p.m. (reception at 6:45 p.m.) and Sunday at 3 p.m.

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Metropolitan State University announces a new art exhibit

Metropolitan State University third floor Gallery will present “Memory, Myth and Metaphor,” featuring the highly personal works of three women artists dealing with the topic of identity. These artists included sculptor Tiffany Besonen, Menahga, painter Nancy Robinson, St.

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Payne-Phalen Planner

The East Side Review’s monthly guide to what’s happening with the District 5 Planning Council.

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Media mined tragedy

By now our television, radio and print media have thoroughly covered last week’s heartbreaking saga of 13 coal miners in central West Virginia.

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To your health in the New Year

As we begin a new year, the toast “to your health” is often heard. Let me add to the chorus by wishing you and your family good health in the New Year - and each year thereafter.

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More than anything, he was a friend

It wasn’t getting any better, but that didn’t deter Don Larson from giving it his best shot at beating the dreadful, debilitating afflictions of cancer, that plagued him for the past several years.
Another friend told me recently, “You have to believe that 1930 was a good year.”

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While making a sanctuary, a question

The National Park Service’s John Anfinson gets the question often: is it really possible to sacrifice historically significant objects — like some of the locks and dams along the Mississippi River, for example — for the sake of environmental restoration and purity?

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Are merchants getting burned by a ring of cigarette thieves?

Jimmy Umar, owner of the Jimmy’s Food Market on White Bear Avenue for 16 years now, admits that smash-and-grab burglars are just as likely to steal cigarette cartons as cash.

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