East Side People

Mon
26
Aug

District 5 East Side Pride picnic


photo courtesy of Brad Griffith

East Siders turned out in numbers to the annual East Side Pride Picnic on Tuesday, Aug. 20 at the Phalen Lake Picnic Pavillion, where officials such as St.

Tue
13
Aug

East Side neighbors get out - photos


Regina Rippel helps a neighborhood kid play a fishing game at a National Night Out block party near Lawson Avenue East and Greenbrier Street.

National Night Out brings neighbors together on the East Side. Photos by Patrick Larkin/Review

 

Fri
31
May

Solar Boat Regatta


photos by Linda Baumeister/Review

Wild Zebra, just one of the three boats entered by St. Paul’s City Academy, competes in the concluding 1-hour endurance race in the 21st annual Solar Boat Regatta held at Phalen Lake May 18.

Thu
16
May

Volleyball champs


submitted photo

After an undefeated season and a win in the city championship game, this 14u team from Battle Creek Recreation Center continued their undefeated winning streak at the State Tournament in Monticello with 6 more wins against some of the best teams f

Thu
16
May

Girls take state championship in 12-U hockey


State 12UB champions include, in front: Anna Weyandt, Anna Klein, Riley Tuft, Kaelie Smith, Marissa Hawkins, Maria Meggitt, Brianna Willier and Gianna Gabrielli; behind them, Melissa Teal, Madalyn Thill, Katie Garhofer, Samantha Carlson, Madison Sagdalen, Caitlyn Behr and Olivia Schultz and, in back, coaches Bob Smith, Tom Tuft and Paul Klein. (submitted photo)

Parents and coaches of the Johnson Como 12UB State Champion “Devils” see their journey as a tribute to community traditions and the community hockey model.

Mon
13
May

"Grow Anywhere Tour" - photos


Can I have this one? Olivia Pretzer selects a pepper plant at Farnsworth Upper Campus during a plant and produce giveaway compliments of Burpee Home Gardens May 3.

Farnsworth hosted the "Grow Anywhere Tour,"  the Burpee Home Garndens event distributing 1,300 pounds of fresh produce (bagged cucumbers, bell peppers, tomatoes) and 450 vegetable plants.

Mon
13
May

Retiree stays active by helping community


Bill Johnston

Bill Johnston feels lucky to be more or less retired at the age of 63. But that doesn’t mean he wants to slow down.
So he’s hatched up a plan to keep busy by providing free financial counseling to area residents.

Tue
07
May

Athena Awards

East Side resident Elizabeth Monterroso Barco is Washington Technical Magnet School’s Athena Award winner for 2013.

Monterroso Barca is being honored for her athletic, academic and leadership achievements.

Tue
07
May

Fueled up

Students from Battle Creek Middle School (left) and Frost Lake Elementary School (right) are shown at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.

Mon
06
May

Johnson High girl is good ‘Big Sister’


Natalie Yang, “Big Sister of the Year” for the Twin Cities, keeps busy with extracurriculars at least three nights a week. The Johnson High School junior says, “I used to be very shy,” but with the help of the Big Brother Big Sister program, she opened up. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Natalie Yang receives ‘Big Sister of the Year’ award for the Twin Cities area

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