All the toys, toys, toys, toys!

  They’re small, plain and almost nondescript. Tiny World War I soldiers barely 2 inches high, painted in ordinary shades of brown and black, they tend to recede into the background amid the gaudy plastic action figures and improbably colorful...
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Holiday tea marks 25th year at SAP Home

For 25 years, residents and guests at St. Anthony Park Home have been treated to a rich program of classical music and Christmas carols at its annual Holiday Tea. And the program for the silver anniversary of the tea on...
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Syrian refugee crisis gets personal for U prof

As with many Minnesotans, Pinar Karaca-Mandic has been watching the Syrian refugee crisis unfold and wondering if there’s anything she can do to help. She has kept her eye on it longer and more steadily than most, however, because the...
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Luther Seminary signs land deal with Ecumen

Luther Seminary signed a land purchase agreement with Ecumen, a Lutheran-affiliated nonprofit developer of senior housing headquartered in the Twin Cities, on Dec. 7. Ecumen plans to build a 49-unit senior cooperative on 1.6 acres at the southeast edge of...
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