The experienced staff at Arcade Dental Associates assure quality care for their patients.
“We want people to feel welcome here,” Dr. Nechrebecki says. The sunny waiting room of Arcade Dental Associates welcomes patients to the friendly practice.
Comfortable exam rooms add to the relaxed atmosphere of Arcade Dental Associates.
With Phalen Park Dentists, Arcade Dental Associates PLLP and Dr. David Nelson, you don’t have to dread your next dental appointment.
The tall, open windows of the waiting room let in enough sunlight for a greenhouse. Pictures of the dentists’ smiling families decorate the exam room walls.
Kristine Steenberg, left, and Denise Chapeau apply their clown makeup. Kristine is a “white-face” clown, while Denise’s makeup is that of an Auguste clown.
Kissa and Sassie (aka Kristine Steenberg and Denise Chapeau) are two members of the St. Paul Clown Club.
Members of the St. Paul Clown Club entertain the crowds at the July Fourth parade in Forest Lake. The fun-loving bunch welcomes new members and makes appearances at events around the Twin Cities year-round.
Attend a St. Paul Clown Club meeting, and it’s immediately apparent this is a jovial group (it is a clown club after all). The sharp-witted bunch is quick to laugh and delights in a new joke or a good pun.
Some members have been “clowning around” for decades, while others are relative newcomers. No matter their longevity, they’re united around a common goal — to make people smile.
Dental Associates of St. Paul offers affordable dental services and is conveniently located at the corner of East 7th Street and White Bear Avenue along two major bus lines.
Dr. Zeynep, Dental Associates of St. Paul’s new pediatric dentist.
Dental Associates of St. Paul has an on-site lab that specializes in creating dentures and partial dentures.
Dentists know when it comes to forming good oral hygiene habits — the earlier the better. And the staff at Dental Associates of St. Paul are committed to helping parents understand the impact that early dental care can have on their children’s overall health.
Flat Earth Brewing is ramping up with some new custom-made brewing tanks. The tanks are shown in the new, spiffed up brewing room that was once part of the Hamm’s brewery.
The grand entrance to the new Flat Earth Brewing Company’s taproom is well under way — workers put in huge windows, and a custom door is on its way in.
Flat Earth Brewing Company’s new facilities will eventually feature a beer garden amongst the ruins of an old building.
“It’s coming,” says John Warner, one of the owners of Flat Earth Brewing Co, full of pride.
He’s talking about the brewery’s new East Side digs, a handsome and elegant three-story brick building in the old Hamm’s complex, complete with picture windows looking out over Swede Hollow Park towards downtown St. Paul. The giant lofted ceilings made of arching brick and the robust craftsmanship of the building are truly a marvel.
Kendall Crosby and the staff at Kendall’s Ace Hardware aim to create the “friendliest stores in town.” Wearing tie-dye T-shirts with the edgy tagline “Screw it!,” employees jump at the chance to help customers find something, and encourage fixing instead of replacing things.
Alexandra Crosby works on a Valentine’s Day window display at Kendall’s Ace Hardware. Coming from a job at department stores, she now assembles supplies sold at the store, such as ladders, Mrs. Meyer’s cleaning products and a grill into something much more like art, adding to the business’ unique approach to hardware.
With a giant galvanized steel replica of a bolt, Kendall’s Ace Hardware stands out on the corner of Phalen Boulevard and Payne Avenue.
Although now transplanted, Kendall Crosby is fanatically loyal to his roots.
After getting into the hardware field in the 1970s, he spent years coveting Payne Avenue Hardware, the go-to place for hardware buffs as well as beginners on St. Paul’s East Side for 50 years.
If you’re age 55 or older and looking for a safe, welcoming community close to a multitude of services and amenities, you may have found your new home at Realife Cooperative of Phalen Village.
The cooperative offers an array of common areas for members to enjoy as well as secured entrances, accommodations for pets, van transportation, free laundry facilities, a heated garage and car wash, and much more — all within walking distance of many conveniences such as Cub Foods, Lake Phalen and the Phalen Golf Course, tennis courts and Bruce Vento Regional Trails.
The knowledgeable, friendly technicians at Apollo Heating and Air Conditioning will service all your heating and cooling needs.
When they first opened their doors in 1980, Apollo Heating and Air Conditioning set the bar for excellent service in the metro area.
For the past 34 years, the family-owned company has been installing and repairing top-of-the-line units from brands like Lennox, Carrier, Amana, Apollo Select Series, Venmar, Honeywell, Aprilaire and Weil-McLain.
Volunteers stocking the shelves at Merrick’s food shelf at Woodland Hills with many items typically not found at other food shelves, such as fresh fruit and vegetables, yogurt and items for people with special dietary needs.
For those who don’t work in the food shelf world, 15 tons of food – or 30,000 pounds – sounds like an enormous amount of food.
At Merrick Community Services’ Merrick Food Shelf at Woodland Hills, that only represents one month of food donations. And, that doesn’t even meet the demand from families who suffer through food insecurities.
The staff at Scenic Hills Animal Hospital understand that your pet’s health is key to your family’s happiness.
That’s why they do their best to take extra special care of your pet when he or she needs it.