Venturing onto quasi-public territory in the Twin Cities, you’ll find street name signs that look nothing like the typical municipal ones — or each other, for that matter.
Another photo ride from Wolfie covers the western edge of St. Paul, including the visual feast of the Chroma Zone’s many murals.
We generally ignore street name signs until we’re in unfamiliar territory, and even then, we overlook their details. Here, we examine St. Paul’s street name signs.
From the blog “Saint Paul by Bike: Every Block of Every Street,” we learn about the history and character of an artistic urban homestead.
A trip to Dayton’s Bluff via Portland Avenue reveals some historic old residences, a neighborhood temporarily disrupted by construction and a schoolhouse transformed on the inside.
Two lesser-known parks provide some interesting contrasts on Wolfie’s May ride through St. Paul. He also encounters spring potholes and interesting new housing.
Wolfie Browender continues his quest to document St. Paul By Bike, exploring the relics of West End, East Side and Capitol Heights.
Wolfie’s explorations take him to a houseboat community docked at Harriet Island, and he learns about the challenges and joys of living on the water.
Part Two of an exploration of the state’s oldest public cemetery and interview with its superintendent. Obelisks, mausoleums, ghost stories and more.
The Schoenrocks have been tending to St. Paul’s Oakland Cemetery for over half a century, ensuring that the state’s oldest public cemetery is maintained.