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Here are our Bugle deadlines for the next three issues. As always, we appreciate when writers and readers submit their articles early.

  • February 2022 Issue: Deadline, Jan. 12
  • March 2022 Issue: (Wellness section) Deadline, Feb. 9
  • April 2022 Issue: Deadline, Mar. 9

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Park Bugle Photo Gallery

Our photo gallery is a combination of photos from our print edition and pictures that we could not run due to lack of space. We are accepting photo submissions from readers for possible publication. Got an interesting photo of something that happened or is going on in your neighborhood?  Send your photo submissions to editor@parkbugle.org with the caption line “Photo Gallery.” 

Andrew Eklund, founder and CEO of the digital marketing firm Cicerón, sits next to a water feature in the backyard of his company’s new headquarters in St. Anthony Park. (Photo on right) Cicerón’s main work space, known as the Aviary, was once a windowless home gym. Photos by Cigale Ahlquist.
Andrew Eklund, founder and CEO of the digital marketing firm Cicerón, sits next to a water feature in the backyard of his company’s new headquarters in St. Anthony Park. (Photo on right) Cicerón’s main work space, known as the Aviary, was once a windowless home gym. Photos by Cigale Ahlquist.
Andrew Eklund, founder and CEO of the digital marketing firm Cicerón, sits next to a water feature in the backyard of his company’s new headquarters in St. Anthony Park. (Photo on right) Cicerón’s main work space, known as the Aviary, was once a windowless home gym. Photos by Cigale Ahlquist.
Asha Ammerman, young poet.
Liz Danielson, Supporter of the Bugle.
Catherine Reed, Artist.
Alice Hausman to retire after three decades at Capitol
Laura Adrian, the Bugle’s new social media specialist.
In the New Year, consider using canisters and jars to help you keep your pantry tidy and well organized. Photo by Jenni Wolf.
The Como wrestling team takes in the demonstration of a technical move during practice before implementation. Photo by Eric Erickson
Juniors in the Como Park AVID program visited Winona State University on Dec. 2 for a college tour and information sessions. Photo by Patricia Teefy.
The District 12 Community has seven new board members, Michael Russelle.
The District 12 Community has seven new board members, Pat Thompson.
The District 12 Community has seven new board members, Bailey Waters.
The District 12 Community has seven new board members, Ben Bauer.
The District 12 Community has seven new board members, Bill Anderson.
The District 12 Community has seven new board members, Corey Butler.
The District 12 Community has seven new board members, Stark Mueller.
St. Paul-Minneapolis central-city zip codes are generally in blue, compared to increasingly red areas in the suburbs. The Bugle’s readership areas are just east of the red dot at the core of the map (which is the U of M East Bank campus zip code). Source: UC Berkeley CoolClimate NetworkAverage Annual Household Carbon Footprint (2013) at https://coolclimate.org/maps.
This logo urges neighbors to make a city where there’s a place for more neighbors.
Outgoing Councilman Mark Miazga
Young Bell visitors interact with the wooly mammoth in the Pleistocene Minnesota diorama. Photo courtesy of the Bell Museum.
Young Bell visitors interact with anexhibit. Photo courtesy of the Bell Museum.
Pileated woodpecker Photo by Harris Mallory.

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1942 Disaster

Wartime air crash snatched young lives and stunned close-knit St. Paul community Despite some clouds and rain, things looked bright for the three boyhood buddies from Como on that summer morning in 1942. Recently graduated from Murray High School, Roy...
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The Peace Corps today

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Peace Corps at 50

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