Assigning the city to shovel sidewalks may work in a dense, anonymous metropolis. But here in community-minded St. Paul, we can do better.
The Cleveland Avenue North project, where bicycle lanes required a large loss of trees, has the “Save Summit” group catastrophizing that the same thing will happen on Summit Avenue.
Ever since Dionne Sims decided to create Minnesota’s only Black-owned bookstore, she has considered what an inclusive, accessible and welcoming business should be.
Two recent reports show that St. Paul’s city planners have made their decision: They’re ready to legalize neighborhood-scale density.
The sixth story in our Little Free Library series describes the joy that having a front-yard library has brought to the writer’s family, and to her neighborhood, in St. Paul.
Another St. Paul adventure with Wolfie Browender, another set of splendid city views from empty parking ramps.
Margaret Turvey runs through some responses to the Neighbors for More Neighbors “What’s in Your Complete Neighborhood?” survey.
Natural landforms, like the Wheelock Parkway hill, create some interesting parcels. Couple that with a human-made obstacle, and it forged the type of quirky layout that makes the city more interesting.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is planning the first major reconstruction since I-94 opened. This got us thinking about what Union Park was like before the highway was built.
An investigation on learning to inhabit our cities alongside our coyote neighbors. Hint: The Looney Tunes character of yesteryear left a misimpression.