Fifty years ago, Bibelot was a pioneer in merchandising - The Bibelot celebrates 50 years of business on Como Avenue.

U’s student organic farm to host open house Sept. 20

The University of Minnesota Organic Program will host an open  house on Tuesday, Sept. 20, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Cornercopia Organic Farm on the U’s St. Paul Campus at the intersection of Lindig Street and Dudley Avenue. Attendees can … more

Bob Megard will display his photos at 1666 Coffman in September. Photo by Mike Krivit

Photo show will trace a lifetime of journeys

    A photography show at 1666 Coffman this fall will offer a virtual ramble over mountains as seen through the lenses of longtime St. Anthony Park resident and University of Minnesota professor Bob Megard. Nearly 60 photos have been … more

LED street lighting is coming—in phases

It’s not a question of if streetlights in Park Bugleland are going to be converted to LEDs, but when, and it mostly has to do with which entity owns them. The City of Falcon Heights owns the lights within its … more

Como girls’ soccer captains Tu Lor Eh Paw, Marie Wulff and Emily Forstrom discuss plans for a captains’ practice in early August. High school coaches and players officially kicked off the fall season on Aug. 15.

Como Park Senior High School fall sports preview

                                High school sports are back in session. Opening practices for the fall athletic season in Minnesota officially commenced on Aug. 15. Student athletes from … more

Garrison Keillor was featured in the June 1976 issue of the Park
Bugle. Forty years later, his stint at “A Prairie Home Companion”
ended. We aren’t sure who took this photo as there was no credit or
caption in that 1976 issue of the Bugle.

From the Bugle archives: Keillor felt woebegone about radio early in career

Retire after 42 years as host of “A Prairie Home Companion?” Garrison Keillor definitely didn’t see that coming. Or, he just might have been having a bad day. When the Park Bugle interviewed him in June 1976, the St. Anthony … more


Your guide to the Minnesota State Fair’s new foods and attractions

The anticipation for the “12 best days of summer” is bittersweet. Our Minnesota State Fair is one of the most beloved fairs in the country, stretching over nearly two weeks of fun-filled, food-filled days in the waning days of summer. … more

The late Prof. Herb Wright
Photo by Lori Hamilton

September Music in the Park concert will be dedicated to Herb Wright

Music in the Park’s opening concert with the Kalichstein-Laredo- Robinson Trio on Sunday, Sept. 25, will be dedicated to the memory of Herb Wright (1917-2015), distinguished scientist, Regents Professor of Geology at the University of Minnesota, self-described “addict” of classical … more

The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio

Schubert Club’s 2016-17 Music in the Park Series announced

                                    The Schubert Club’s Music in the Park Series will bring six concerts to St. Anthony Park United Church of Christ in its 2016-17 … more

Caregiver Re-Entry Initiative to launch Sept. 29 in Roseville

Sometimes Judy Connor would sit—energy sapped, imagination flat—wondering, What she was supposed to do now? With her mom gone, friends thought the self-employed graphic artist from St. Paul would just pick up the pieces of her life now that the … more

Learn about elections in Ramsey County

Ramsey County elections manager Joe Mansky will speak at the Tuesday, Sept. 6, meeting of the Roseville Area League of Women Voters. The meeting is co-sponsored by the Ramsey County Library. Mansky’s talk is titled “All You Ever Wanted to … more