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24
Apr

St. Paul Art Crawl: what’s what on the East Side


Artist Emily Gray Koehler will be showcasing her woodcut prints at J.A. Geiger Studio during the St. Paul Art Crawl, April 28-30.

The crawl expands its reach east​

The St. Paul Spring Art Crawl is April 28-30 and the East Side’s footprint in the crawl has grown quite a bit since last year. 

Mon
24
Apr

Eastview Recreation Center reopens to the public


The Eastview Recreation Center, which had been closed to the public for almost 10 years, reopened the first week of April under the management of St. Paul Urban Tennis, also known as SPUT.

Center was closed for nearly a decade​

After closing almost 10 years ago, the Eastview Recreation Center is reopening to the public under the management of St. Paul Urban Tennis, commonly referred to as SPUT.

Mon
24
Apr

Fueled by girl power


Part of the Robettes team is shown here at the regional that took place at Mariucci Arena.

All-girl Visitation robotics to compete in world championships

 

Hannah Burlingame

Review staff

Thu
20
Apr

Visitation students give back


submitted photos On April 8, 100 Visitation School students, including Isabelle Schleper, partnered with the nonprofit Days for Girls to assemble reusable feminine hygiene products and education kits for girls in developing nations. Visitation took on the project to help girls in developing nations stay in school and participate in their communities, without being forced to take days off during their menstrual cycles. Students cut, sewed, assembled and packaged reusable feminine hygiene products and education kits to be sent to girls in third world countries.
Thu
20
Apr

English Street triple-homicide investigation continues

St. Paul Police were called to an apartment building in the 1600 block of English Street, an area east of Lake Phalen, at about 1 a.m. April 7, on reports of a shooting.

Thu
20
Apr

Mendota Heights to help keep the lights on

 

On March 31, the Mendota Heights Police department announced its participation in a Metro-wide program called “Lights On,” which seeks to keep motorists’ brake and headlights lit.

Wed
19
Apr

To NASA and beyond


On Tuesday, April 11, the test of the SLED was livestreamed, allowing students at St. Thomas Academy the opportunity to see their device in action.

St. Thomas Academy teachers travel to test student-made device

 

Hannah Burlingame

Review staff

 

Wed
19
Apr

Metro State inaugurates new president


Marjorie Otto/ Review One of the first things new Metropolitan State University president Virginia Arthur put up in her office was a blanket given to her by Native American elders, pictured behind her. She said it was given to her last spring, after she was named president, during a White Buffalo Woman Ceremony. She said she was wrapped in the blanket and individuals came up to give her good wishes. “It has a lot of meaning,” she said. Arthur is the university’s seventh president, and said she looks to continue the institution’s involvement in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood.

Virginia Arthur is the university’s seventh president

Marjorie Otto
Review staff

Wed
19
Apr

Returning to wild roots


Photos by Melanie Kleiss, executive director of Lower Phalen Creek Project On Saturday, April 8, a group of 31 people gathered at the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary to learn about local wildlife from the Minnesota Wildlife Tracking Project. Left, stations were set up for participants to learn about tracking prints left behind from deer, rabbits, mice, woodchucks, and birds. Right, participants also played games to learn about animal behavior, including practicing some bird calls.
Tue
11
Apr

Have your work displayed at the LeDuc Estate

 

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