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Racism and A Time for Anger

Building a Non-racist Community by Tim JohnsonRetired pastor of Cherokee Park United ChurchEditor’s note: This is the sixth article in Johnson’s series on...

Creating a Culture of Anti-Racism in Healthcare: Where Do We Start?

by abby hughes-scalise, phd, llpThe murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Memorial Day has sparked a national conversation about how race...

Keg and Case West 7th Market Goes “Inside Out” with Socially-Distanced Shopping, Dining Options

 The Market has moved all common seating onto the expansive patio and park for a physically distanced, outdoor dining experience. No reservations needed.Visitors...

Emergency Financial Assistance available in the West 7th Neighborhood of St. Paul

Emergency Financial Assistance available to individuals who live or work in the West 7th Neighborhood of St. PaulJewish Family Service of St....

Around the Airport Construction

The project has made a lot of progress over the past couple months, and we’re ready to switch to our next construction...

Neighborhood House Supports the Community

The Wellstone Food Market Curbside Pick-up: Call 651-789-2534, wait in your car, and someone will bring out your food. No appointment is needed....

West End Neighbors Garden Tour 2020

by Joe LandsbergerGiven the compounding stresses of our time, the 13th Annual West End Neighbors Garden Tour (WENGT) has tentatively been rescheduled to...

The Arts Live On

by Zach MurphyThe coronavirus initially hit like something out of a disaster movie. But unfortunately, it has been a crisis that’s all...