A hotel room view in Havana. (Photo by Roger Bergerson)

A bird’s-eye view of Cuba

A local writer's birding trip to the once-forbidden island country was an eye-opener. ... more

St. Anthony Park Area Seniors wants to know what seniors want

St. Anthony Park Area Seniors is launching a study with a Wilder Foundation research team to find out what prospective clients may want from the organization. St. Anthony Park Area Seniors (SAPAS) began as the St. Anthony Park Block Nurse … more

The Rev. Robin J. Steinke

Luther Seminary names new president

The Luther Seminary board of directors has elected the Rev. Dr. Robin J. Steinke to be the seminary’s next president. Steinke is the first woman to be named president in the seminary’s 145-year history. Steinke will succeed the Rev. Rick … more

15 for its 15th

In honor of its 15th anniversary, the Saint Anthony Park Community Foundation is hosting a $15,000 grant challenge. The competition will open May 11 with an announcement at the special Music in the Park/Community Foundation anniversary concerts featuring the New … more

District 12 zoning proposal meets opposition

The St. Anthony Park Community Council has tabled a proposal to change the zoning code in north St. Anthony Park to allow additional dwelling units to be built on single-family lots. The council is considering creating an ad hoc committee … more

Paul Seeba

Iron Range roots inspire local musician’s new recording

Paul Seeba has lived in the Como Park neighborhood for 15 years now, but when it came to putting together his first album, the singer/guitarist/songwriter turned to his Iron Range heritage for inspiration. He describes the album, “Mitchell Yards,” as … more

The People’s Gallery collective, from left: Gennie Alberti, Ayanna Murata,Theresa Jarosz Alberti and Bob Alberti. (Photo by Lori Hamilton)

People’s Gallery on University welcomes local artists

                            The People’s Gallery is ready for action. Situated on University Avenue between Highway 280 and Raymond Avenue, the gallery features the work of local artists. Paintings, … more

Organist Kathryn Ulviden Moen to play solo concert in May

Kathryn Ulviden Moen will play a solo organ recital at Oak Grove Lutheran Church in Richfield at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 4. The program is part of the Thursday Musical Community Concerts series. Moen will share the program with Nicola … more

Rock Star Supply Co. will hold its own ‘prom’

Rock Star Supply Co., the educational nonprofit at 2388 W. University Ave. that offers free homework help and writing workshops to students in the Twin Cities, is partnering with with BANGbang Salon and Blackbird Café in Minneapolis to throw a … more

Donate used books, CDs, DVDs to library sale

The St. Anthony Park Library Association is seeking donations for its annual book sale to be held during the St. Anthony Park Arts Festival on Saturday, June 7. The association is looking for books, CDs and DVDs that are in … more

Kasota Pond Cleanup is April 26

Join your friends and neighbors at the annual Kasota Pond Cleanup on Saturday, April 26, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Celebrate Earth Day with fun and educational offerings for the whole family, as well as snacks and refreshments. Meet at the parking … more