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Tuesday, 09/11/18
To close out the last weekend of summer, Caydence Records and Coffee hosted a hip hop festival Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 at the shop located at 900 Payne Ave. Some of the performers included Jaysco Creative and Soul Reflect, as seen above. Food for the event was provided by Eureka Compass STP.... + continue reading

The cast of “Dr. Falstaff and the Working Wives of Lake County” will be performing the operetta at Swede Hollow Park on Saturday, Sept. 29. The operetta not only includes sights and sounds, but also tastes, as food will be used to extend the story and interact with the audience. (submitted photo)
Tuesday, 09/11/18
Picnic operetta returns to Swede Hollow Park   When thinking of a weekend activity, going to the opera isn’t always the first idea, though if that was somehow on the agenda, look no further than Swede Hollow Park.  On Saturday, Sept. 29, a local theater group will host... + continue reading

The South St. Paul Library’s Honora Rodriguez, an adult services librarian, is also the Librarian On Wheels and can be found at the local farmers’ market. Her pull-behind cart was made possible by donations in honor of former library volunteer-turned-employee Bob Meehl. (Hannah Burlingame/Review)
Tuesday, 09/11/18
New library tool is in memory of beloved employee   When the sun is shining and the weather is nice, it’s not uncommon to see people around riding their bikes.  South St. Paul is no exception, but for Honora Rodriguez, her bike has a special addition that was made... + continue reading

Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
Tuesday, 09/11/18
Miss Katie’s 1950s diner is a good place to start a spring visit to Milwaukee if you like good burgers and delicious fries. Follow that up with a custard tour of 1950s drive-ins with Milwaukee Food and City Tours. What’s the difference between frozen custard and ice cream? With added... + continue reading

A year and a lawsuit after the process started, Marilyn and David Olin, along with Royal Oaks Reality, are able to move forward with transforming a 13.5-acre former orchard into 18 single-family home lots at 1136 and 1140 Orchard Place in Mendota Heights. (file graphic)
Tuesday, 09/11/18
The Mendota Heights City Council unanimously granted approval Sept. 4 for the final plat of “The Orchard” development, and also approved a developer agreement with Orchard Heights, LLC.  The approvals came almost a year after the council initially denied the development. The land... + continue reading

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The cast of “Dr. Falstaff and the Working Wives of Lake County” will be performing the operetta at Swede Hollow Park on Saturday, Sept. 29. The operetta not only includes sights and sounds, but also tastes, as food will be used to extend the story and interact with the audience. (submitted photo)

The South St. Paul Library’s Honora Rodriguez, an adult services librarian, is also the Librarian On Wheels and can be found at the local farmers’ market. Her pull-behind cart was made possible by donations in honor of former library volunteer-turned-employee Bob Meehl. (Hannah Burlingame/Review)

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Thursday, June 1 — Wednesday, June 7, 2017 District 1 District 2 District 4 District 5 About the blotter The... + continue reading

The cast of “Dr. Falstaff and the Working Wives of Lake County” will be performing the operetta at Swede Hollow Park on Saturday, Sept. 29. The operetta not only includes sights and sounds, but also tastes, as food will be used to extend the story and interact with the audience. (submitted photo)
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The South St. Paul Library’s Honora Rodriguez, an adult services librarian, is also the Librarian On Wheels and can be found at the local farmers’ market. Her pull-behind cart was made possible by donations in honor of former library volunteer-turned-employee Bob Meehl. (Hannah Burlingame/Review)
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The name of the cart, Bobski, was a nickname Meehl used to put on his timesheet. His widow, Ann, who along with friends donated money to buy the cart, says her late husband was a jokester. (Hannah Burlingame/Review)
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A painting of Bob Meehl and his dog, Rudy. (submitted photo)
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Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
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At the Harley-Davidson Museum, this 1936 Harley motorcycle is on display. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
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Whistling Straits Golf Course in Kohler, Wisconsin, overlooks Lake Michigan and was temporarily covered with snow following a mid-April blizzard. The course is set to host the 2020 Ryder Cup. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
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A blue and white tile Kohler sink is featured in the club house at Whistling Straits Golf Course. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
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Short ribs with fiddlehead ferns and pearl onions made a delicious dinner in the Immigrant Restaurant at Kohler. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
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South West Review

Tuesday, 09/11/18
To close out the last weekend of summer, Caydence Records and Coffee hosted a hip hop festival Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 at the shop located at 900 Payne Ave. Some of the performers included Jaysco... + continue reading

The cast of “Dr. Falstaff and the Working Wives of Lake County” will be performing the operetta at Swede Hollow Park on Saturday, Sept. 29. The operetta not only includes sights and sounds, but also tastes, as food will be used to extend the story and interact with the audience. (submitted photo)
09/11/18

The South St. Paul Library’s Honora Rodriguez, an adult services librarian, is also the Librarian On Wheels and can be found at the local farmers’ market. Her pull-behind cart was made possible by donations in honor of former library volunteer-turned-employee Bob Meehl. (Hannah Burlingame/Review)
09/11/18

Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
09/11/18

Roseville - Little Canada


Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
Tuesday, 09/11/18
Miss Katie’s 1950s diner is a good place to start a spring visit to Milwaukee if you like good burgers and delicious fries. Follow that up with a custard tour of 1950s drive-ins with Milwaukee Food... + continue reading

“Polar Bear Paws” is the most popular piece in Lilja’s show, “Seeing Beyond.” It was photographed in 2013 at St. Paul’s Como Zoo. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
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“Lenten Carnival, St. Peter Abby” was photographed in 2016 in Ghent, Belgium, and is one example of the emphasis Sarah Lilja, pictured bottom right, places on color in her work. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
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Lilja photographed “Millkweed Silk” in 2016 on the edge of a parking lot at Spring Lake Park in Hastings. It’s an example of her ability to see beauty that others, in the hustle and bustle of their days, can pass by. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
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“Peculiar Trees,” a photograph of Lake Wakatipu, was taken in 2015 in Queenstown, New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
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In 2014, Sarah Lilja photographed “Pastel Tulip” at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
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“Skipper on Clover” was taken in 2014 in Hastings’ Lost Valley Prairie Scientific and Natural Area. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
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Lilja on one of her many photo excursions. submitted photo
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Arden Hills convened an Aug. 27 city council work session to draft a letter asking Ramsey County to slow the pace of work on the Rice Creek Commons development, which is in Arden Hills on land owned by Ramsey County. The two entities are heading the redevelopment together. Specifically, the city wanted to delay a Sept. 4 vote on the development's master plan, but the county said Aug. 28 it's moving forward as planned. (file photo)
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Oakdale - Lake Elmo


Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
Tuesday, 09/11/18
Miss Katie’s 1950s diner is a good place to start a spring visit to Milwaukee if you like good burgers and delicious fries. Follow that up with a custard tour of 1950s drive-ins with Milwaukee Food... + continue reading

“Polar Bear Paws” is the most popular piece in Lilja’s show, “Seeing Beyond.” It was photographed in 2013 at St. Paul’s Como Zoo. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
09/04/18

Ramsey Co. - Maplewood


Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
Tuesday, 09/11/18
Miss Katie’s 1950s diner is a good place to start a spring visit to Milwaukee if you like good burgers and delicious fries. Follow that up with a custard tour of 1950s drive-ins with Milwaukee Food... + continue reading

“Polar Bear Paws” is the most popular piece in Lilja’s show, “Seeing Beyond.” It was photographed in 2013 at St. Paul’s Como Zoo. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
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Bulletin Area


Grizzly bears lumbered around at the Milwaukee Zoo. (Pamela O’Meara photo/Review)
09/11/2018
Miss Katie’s 1950s diner is a good place to start a spring visit to Milwaukee if you like good burgers and delicious fries. Follow that up with a custard tour of 1950s drive-ins with Milwaukee Food... + continue reading

“Polar Bear Paws” is the most popular piece in Lilja’s show, “Seeing Beyond.” It was photographed in 2013 at St. Paul’s Como Zoo. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
,

“Lenten Carnival, St. Peter Abby” was photographed in 2016 in Ghent, Belgium, and is one example of the emphasis Sarah Lilja, pictured bottom right, places on color in her work. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
,

Lilja photographed “Millkweed Silk” in 2016 on the edge of a parking lot at Spring Lake Park in Hastings. It’s an example of her ability to see beauty that others, in the hustle and bustle of their days, can pass by. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
,

“Peculiar Trees,” a photograph of Lake Wakatipu, was taken in 2015 in Queenstown, New Zealand. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
,

In 2014, Sarah Lilja photographed “Pastel Tulip” at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
,

“Skipper on Clover” was taken in 2014 in Hastings’ Lost Valley Prairie Scientific and Natural Area. Photo courtesy of Sarah Lilja
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Lilja on one of her many photo excursions. submitted photo
09/04/2018

Arden Hills convened an Aug. 27 city council work session to draft a letter asking Ramsey County to slow the pace of work on the Rice Creek Commons development, which is in Arden Hills on land owned by Ramsey County. The two entities are heading the redevelopment together. Specifically, the city wanted to delay a Sept. 4 vote on the development's master plan, but the county said Aug. 28 it's moving forward as planned. (file photo)
09/04/2018
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