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First public lecture at new United Theological Seminary tackles immigration issues

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First public lecture at new United Theological Seminary tackles immigration issues

Posted on 11 March 2019

By Tesha M. Christensen On Feb. 8 the first free public lecture at the new United Theological Seminary building, the topic was “Prayers of the Immigrants” presented by Paolo Naso, national coordinator of Being Church Together, a partnership between Protestant groups in Italy and North America. He uses his skills and experience in immigration and […] Continue Reading

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Technology drives new United Theological Seminary space

Posted on 11 March 2019

United notes how religion is changing while continuing a strong social justice program in a busy corner of St. Paul By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN The floors in the new United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities space in the Case Building are plain concrete, but the technology in the classrooms is state-of-the-art. United Theological Seminary […] Continue Reading

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Environmental review petition further delays TCGIS project

Posted on 11 March 2019

By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN An environmental review has put the Twin Cities German Immersion School construction progress on hold. A team of Save Historic Saint Andrews (SHSA) members, led by Roy Neal, asked the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board (EQB) on Feb. 22, for an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) on the proposed demolition of the former […] Continue Reading

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One block to change from one-way to two-way as part of traffic changes

Posted on 11 March 2019

Long-awaited traffic study for Allianz Field development still not released six weeks before the opening game By JANE MCCLURE A one-block section of Roy St. between Spruce Tree Dr. and Shields Ave. will be converted from one-way to two-way traffic, the St. Paul City Council decided Feb. 27. No date has been set for conversion, […] Continue Reading

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Keane Sense of Rhythm builds community through tap dance

Posted on 11 March 2019

By MARGIE O’LOUGHLIN Ellen Keane and Cathy Wind have co-directed the Keane Sense of Rhythm dance studio and company for 22 years. They recently won a $5,000 grant from the UCare Foundation to expand the curriculum of their wildly successful Tappy Hour, which is offered free of charge at Can-Can Wonderland every Friday from 4-6pm. […] Continue Reading

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Monitor In a Minute, March 2019

Posted on 11 March 2019

Lancer takes over Spring Café For the third time in three years, there will be a change in operators at the Como Park pavilion restaurant. Lancer Hospitality has taken over the Spring Café, which reopens this spring. Lancer is no stranger to Como, as the company has long operated the food service at the nearby […] Continue Reading

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Development Roundup, March 2019

Posted on 11 March 2019

By JANE MCCLURE Pawn America changes A new bank will rise at the southeast corner of University Ave. and Fry St. in the months ahead, replacing a-vacant Pawn America building. TOLD Development vice president Trent Mayberry outlined plans in February for Union Park District Council’s land use committee. The project doesn’t need any specific city […] Continue Reading

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News from Como Park High School, March 2019

Posted on 11 March 2019

Compiled by ERIC ERICKSON, Social Studies Teacher • The Como Culinary Club participated in the St. Paul Public Schools Culinary Arts Competition on Feb. 23 at St. Paul College. The club has eight dedicated members who are passionate about cooking. They have taken classes at Como including Introduction to Culinary, Advanced Culinary, and International Cuisine. […] Continue Reading

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Como Community Council Corner, March 2019

Posted on 11 March 2019

By MICHAEL KUCHTA, Executive Director Annual elections will take place Apr. 16 for two-year terms on the District 10 Como Community Council board. Nine board positions are up for election; in at least five of them, the incumbent is not seeking re-election. That makes it an excellent opportunity for new activists to seek an open […] Continue Reading

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Hamline Midway Coalition News, March 2019

Posted on 11 March 2019

Hamline Midway Coalition was a proud sponsor of the first session of “Criminalization of Poverty.” Hamline University launch­ed the year-long educational series focusing on the Criminalization of Poverty, hosted by the University’s Center for Justice and Law. The first event was a Feb. 22 and focused on the criminalization of poverty in Minnesota. For more […] Continue Reading

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