Schmidt Artists realizing many dreams

Having Schmidt Artist Lofts in the neighborhood is just beginning to have the kind of impact many predicted when it was opened....

Wabasha Street Caves to Close as Pandemic Threatens Local Venues

by David Lamb The manmade tunnels behind West St. Paul’s castle-like structure, once the site of a speakeasy said...

Park Square, SteppingStone Join to Create Theatre for Life

Park Square Theatre and SteppingStone Theatre for Youth will join forces this fall to create “your theatre for life” in downtown St....

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...

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: Along with more than 70 other West Seventh residents, we’ve appealed the City’s approval of a...

There Is an Alternative to the Streetcar on West Seventh

by Jim Schoettler, Citizen Advocates for Regional Transit (C.A.R.T.) The instincts of the Fort Road Community have been correct...

A Vintage Classic Comes to West Seventh

By Margaret KinneyWhat do Anthropologie stores and film producers have in common with folks in our neighborhood? Well, they might all be frequent...

Right Track 2020

Right Track is St. Paul’s youth jobs initiative for building a diverse future workforce, while supporting young people and their families now. Right...