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West 7th Public LibraryAs the weather gets colder, the St. Paul Public Library is adding new resources each week for your little ones and kids and tweens to sing, play, learn and grow! Our librarians stay connected with families by sharing short videos, newsletters, books and more to help you learn at home. Littler...
265 Oneida St, St. Paul651-298-5493keystoneservices.org Community Kids Accepting New StudentsLooking for opportunities for your child to grow socially, emotionally, and educationally during this unprecedented school year? Community Kids is accepting new students! This accredited program serves youth grades K-10. Teachers offer a wide variety of learning and enrichment programming that meets youth where they're...
The Watermark Art Center in Bemidji, Minnesota has launched its Mashkawiziiwag, or “they are strong,” exhibit features the work of a Ne-Dah-Ness Rose Greene, an emerging BIPOC photography artist from the Leech Lake Reservation. Her powerful images reveal the unscripted poetry of our human world. Going to places where people gather, she is a seeker of truth...
After months of swirling rumors about the future of Allina Health’s residency program erstwhile housed at the United Family Medicine (UFM) clinic, Allina announced its plans: a new community-based primary care practice called the United Family Physicians Clinic, set to open in January at 233 Grand Avenue, the same block as United Hospital—the residency program’s primary teaching...

Birds in Particular

The Whisper of the Blue Jay and Moon Watching by Halle O’Falvey As I walked throughout the month of November, I saw blue jays everywhere. Occasionally, even in my back yard, but mostly in the cemeteries of St. Paul during sunset. The added benefit of the cemeteries is that I can...
Dear Community Reporter readers,  I am happy to share that we have just begun the Engineering and Pre-Environmental Phase of the Riverview Corridor. To review for those of you who are familiar with the line, and to share details for people who are unfamiliar with it, the Riverview Corridor is a 12-mile modern streetcar line traveling...
by David LambIn a year that has become known for feeling to many like history’s worst ever, things have been especially tough for small-businesses owners as well as their employees. The restaurant business, where many heavily rely on the tips of in-person dining and higher margins of serving alcoholic beverages, has been particularly threatened, with the unprecedented wave of COVID-19...

The Hero Next Door

BEA'S BOOKS by Beatrice Cosgrove The Hero Next Door (5 out of 5 stars) The Hero Next Door, edited by Olugemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, is a collection of short stories about kids being heroes. Whether they did something big or small. All the stories in the collection are written by bestselling and award-winning...