A carnival all our own - St. Paul's Winter Carnival took a break between 1917 and 1937, and that's when the Midway Winter Carnival filled the gap.

St. Anthony Park Progressive Dinner is March 4

The 31st annual St. Anthony Park Progressive Dinner will be held Saturday, March 4.The fun, food and neighborliness will begin with appetizers at 5:30 p.m. at St. Anthony Park United Methodist Church, 2200 Hillside Ave. Then diners will fan out across the … more

Meet your 2017 Neighborhood Honor Roll inductees

The City of St. Paul celebrated the inductees to the annual Neighborhood Honor Roll on Jan. 27 at an event at the University of St. Thomas. Both Como Park’s District 10 and St. Anthony Park’s District 12 honored neighbors who … more

Finnish Bistro remodel puts food, beverage service at same counter

Sandra Weise wants everyone to know that construction is over and the newly remodeled Finnish Bistro is open. The restaurant at the corner of Carter and Como avenues in St. Anthony Park now has an expanded dining room complete with … more

Yes, your recycling cart does have a microchip

Correction: The article below incorrectly states that the Radio Frequency Identification tags imbedded in the City of St. Paul’s new recycling carts were used to track delivery and placement of the new carts. Bar codes were used for that purpose. The … more

St. Anthony Park UCC to host benefit concert for Center for Victims of Torture

St. Anthony Park United Church of Christ (SAPUCC) will host a benefit concert for the Center for Victims of Torture (CVT) on Saturday, Feb. 25, that will include choirs from SAPUCC and St. Anthony Park Lutheran Church. Writer and poet … more

Applications open for St. Anthony Park Arts Festival

The St. Anthony Park Arts Festival is accepting artist applications for the 48th annual event, to be held Saturday, June 3, at the corner of Como and Carter avenues in St. Paul. The festival will include more than 70 juried … more

City of St. Paul is reviewing its residential parking permit system

The City of St. Paul is reviewing the city’s residential parking-permit program in an effort to improve and find “ways to better administer and enforce the program,” according to the city’s website. The city launched a study in late summer … more

Bugle’s annual poetry contest rides again

April is National Poetry Month and that means it’s time for all you writers out there to think about entering the Park Bugle’s seventh annual poetry contest. The first-place winner will receive $50 and be published in the April issue … more

New dining and shopping venue in the works for 2017 Minnesota State Fair

A new dining and shopping venue will open on the second floor of the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand in 2017. The State Fair is currently reviewing applications for a single food vendor for the new site, dubbed the Veranda. “We … more

Gremlin will open new theater in Vandalia Tower this summer

The Gremlin Theatre is renovating space in the Vandalia Tower complex to open a 120-seat theater and performing arts facility. The theater is looking toward a late spring or summer opening, said Peter Hansen, artistic director. The Gremlin, which was … more