U's Goldstein Museum of Design turns 40 - Anniversary show emphasizes the founders' legacy: art is part of everything we do.

Share your warm winter recipes, please

We love stories. We love food. We love audience participation. As we head into the dark days of winter, let’s light a fire and share some of our favorite holiday and winter recipes. Send us instructions on how to make … more

Drivers’ persistence thwarts police efforts to stop summer street racing

As the warm months that see a surge in street racing draw to a close, did the large-scale sting operations designed to curtail the activity (“Fast, furious and fined,” July Park Bugle) have the desired effect? Sort of, says Sgt. … more

Voters guide: St. Paul Public Schools Board of Education special election

Voters in St. Paul will cast their ballots in the general election for a school board member to serve out the four-year term of Jean O’Connell, who resigned in June. The winner will replace Cedric Baker, whom the board appointed … more

Voters guide: Meet the Lauderdale City Council and mayoral candidates

Lauderdale residents will vote for mayor and two city council seats. Lauderdale City Council member Mary Gaasch, whose seat runs through 2018, is running unopposed for mayor. Jeffrey Dains, Daniel Gumnit and Kelly Dolphin are running for the two open … more

Voters guide: Meet your House, Senate and county candidates

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Bugle-area voters will head to the polls to elect a new president of the United States and congressional representatives. Close to home, we’ll be voting for representatives our state house and senate. Lauderdale residents will cast … more

The iconic Modernist tower was built in 1976. Bugle archive photo

Seal Hi-Rise marks 40 years of providing affordable housing in St. Anthony Park

  If you walk down Raymond Avenue in South St. Anthony, you’re sure to notice Seal Hi-Rise on the corner of Territorial Road, a gray slab of a building set back on a hill of trimmed grass, an American flag … more

Music in the Park Series founder Julie Himmelstrup

Schubert Club commission honors Music in the Park founder

Julie Himmelstrup celebrated her 80th birthday in August, but the icing on her cake won’t come until Nov. 6, when the Pacifica String Quartet and cellist Johannes Moser play composer Julia Wolfe’s “Splendid Hopes” at the Nov. 6 Schubert Club … more

Got any big ideas for a very small museum?

Artists, historians and makers in all arts disciplines are invited to propose projects to be installed in the Smallest Museum in St. Paul (SMSP) in monthly exhibits throughout 2017. The Smallest Museum is a micro-museum housed in a vintage fire … more

The shelf was filling up with finished quilts by mid-October.

The quilt ladies of St. Anthony Park

  In 1919, a group of women from Wartburg Congregation in St. Anthony Park (later to become St. Anthony Park Lutheran Church) formed a new organization, “The Quilting Ladies,” taking orders for quilts from both members of the congregation and … more

St. Paul police officers Shannon Diedrich and Randy Axtell take time to chat outside the Finnish Bistro
recently. Photo by Kristal Leebrick

St. Paul P.D. brings community patrol to Como, St. Anthony Park

                              If you see these two St. Paul Police Department patrol officers strolling through an alley near you, don’t panic. It’s just part of their job … more