Habitat for Humanity Virtual Hill Day

Join Habitat supporters from across Minnesota to advocate for affordable homeownership – virtually April 29 at 11 a.m. At the Twin Cities...

Community and Fellow Travelers

Building an Antiracist Community  Community and Fellow TravelersIt was getting dark, and we still had a ways to go...

Mayor Carter Announces Interim Police Chief

On May 4, St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced that St. Paul Police Deputy Chief Jeremy Ellison will step in as Interim...

Twin Cities Jazz Festival Returning to St. Paul June 24-25

All performances will be free and family-friendly. Bring a lawn chair, grab a bite and beverage on-site or from a nearby dining...

Musical Chairs, Scarcity and Replacement Theory

Building an Antiracist Community Musical Chairs, Scarcity and Replacement Theory Musical chairs is a game most of us likely played...

Juneteenth renews push for reparations 

By Casey EkJuneteenth, the holiday on June 19 commemorating the day in 1865 when slaves in Galveston, Texas learned two years after...

Primaries reveal St. Paul’s general election candidatesBrad Zellar’s latest novel is ready to roll

The Aug. 9 primaries whittled down the field of candidates slated to face off at the November general election. Here’s a list of...

Wonky policy changes make biggest impact

Rebecca Noecker  City Council Member, Ward 2columnist One of the ironies of local government is that...