Local author gives new view of Beowulf tale
Susan Thurston reimagines the Beowulf story through the viewpoint of Grendel’s sister, Rehsotis, who is not a monster, but the last of a highly intelligent and strong race of beings who live close to the natural and spiritual world.
Guardians ad litem speak up for children who cannot
Guardians ad litem are "the eyes and ears of the court" for children who come under the authority of child protection services because of allegations of abuse or neglect.
Murray student group works to end racism
Dare 2 Be Real is a new student leadership group that is inviting the student body at Murray Middle School to start talking about racism and stereotypes.
Dubliner’s Sunday-night pub quiz may be the Twin Cities most unique
Each week, a recording of an old-fashioned brass processional announces the beginning of Tom Mays’ pub quiz, a Sunday-night staple at the Dubliner on University Avenue in St. Paul.
Peace train: Holy Moly!
The folks at Peace Lutheran Church of Lauderdale took a train to White Bear Lake in February to participate in the 2016 Art Shanty Project. Congregants spent January building their... Read More
First signs of spring: road construction
Two major north-south thoroughfares in the Park Bugle readership area will be affected during the upcoming road construction season, Raymond Avenue and Highway 280. Here’s a rundown of both projects.... Read More