East Side People

Tue
06
May

Happy Mother's Day Melanie


Deanna and Karl Bakke

"Queen of the Upper Eastside"

Tue
06
May

Neighbors collect trash by the ton


Photo courtesy of Sue Moyer

The sun came out and so did over 130 volunteers on April 26 for the Annual Battle Creek Regional Park Earth Day Clean Up. Together they collected 1.8 tons of trash from 10 different sites in the 874 acres of parkland.

Mon
24
Mar

Undefeated Johnson Como 10U Girls Win Championship

The Johnson Como 10U girls hockey team was victorious against Lakeville 4 to 3 on March 15, and over Hastings Blue, 2 to 1 on March 16, in which they held up to a 5 on 3 power play.  This victory handed them the championship.

Sun
09
Mar

Gearing up for Art in the Hollow


The cabaret fundraising event for Art in the Hollow, held Friday, Feb. 28 at the Historic Mounds Theatre saw a great turnout from the neighborhood.

photos courtesy of East Sider Sarah Geving

Mon
03
Mar

D.C. trip is East Side Boy Scout’s honor


Paul Thao, an East Sider who goes to Harding High School, was chosen as one of a select few to go to Washington, D.C. on behalf of the Boy Scouts of America. (submitted photo)

East Side Hmong teen chosen to represent the region
Prior to Friday, Feb. 21, 17-year-old Paul Thao had never been on an airplane.
The East Side teen was flown out to Washington, D.C. by the Boy Scouts of America to take part in the organization’s annual report to the nation, detailing the Scouting’s accomplishments. This year, the boys gave the report to Speaker of the House John Boehner.

Mon
03
Mar

Life-long East Sider finds peace in a paintbrush


Janet Cullen shows off two paintings that will be in her show at the East Side Arts Council. Cullen spent years painting without showing anyone, but recently found the motivation to show her work. (Patrick Larkin/Review)

East Sider Janet Cullen has not had an easy life.
Her father was an alcoholic, and she lost one brother to suicide.

Mon
17
Feb

Neighbors are honored

Every year, the City of St. Paul holds a neighborhood honor roll where each of the city’s 17 district councils name three individuals or groups as Neighborhood Honor Roll honorees. Below are bios provided by the district council offices.

Mon
10
Feb

Ice that’s nice - photos

Residents in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood, near Gotzian and East Fifth streets, decided to spruce up their front yard with an elaborate ice castle. The colorful blocks of ice splash a little color into the gray streets and white snow.

Mon
27
Jan

Sledding hill is a shining star on the block


Pam Santoso (top left) sleds with her kids Dewa (bottom)and Rirana at David Sterling’s sledding hill. Sterling’s hill he built on a mostly flat lot is just one of the assets he’s putting into the neighborhood. (photos by Patrick Larkin/Review)

East Sider David Sterling, 71, may be an older gentleman, but he’s got plenty of energy to put into his neighborhood.

Tue
21
Jan

Community of Peace class wins award for songwriting

Out of roughly 10,000 pieces of art made by students statewide, a song called “Living on the East Side,” written by a class of high-schoolers at Community of Peace Academy, rose to the top.

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