A Falcon Heights police officer killed Philando Castile in July 2016. Less than two months later, friends, family and former classmates came together to honor his life. That celebration continues.
“Walk the Talk” promotes events that help readers rediscover the joy of movement and discover a sense of place, even in their own backyards.
Our new “Walk the Talk” series will highlight community meetings, slow roll bike rides, walk-and-talk neighborhood tours and other ways to build community and boost activism.
A playful, self-guided tour of Little Free Libraries organized by the Macalester-Groveland Community Council in St. Paul aims to spark curiosity, adventure and explorative learning. The 14-stop tour — complete with interactive games — ends June 4.
Market-rate housing has benefits, but they aren’t distributed evenly. That creates both an economic and political problems for new development.
St. Paul has added significant infrastructure for cyclists, rollers and walkers over the past few years. But too many examples of auto-centric street design remain.
The landmark rent stabilization initiative that St. Paul voters passed in November has landlords worried about investments, tenants concerned about rent hikes prior to full implementation May 1, and the city scrambling to put a process in place.
A St. Paul resident and mother couldn’t stand the sight of cars — and UPS trucks and school buses — breaking the speed limit on a residential street. So she did something about it.
The City of St Paul has begun the process of revising its Bicycle Plan! This document, first adopted in 2015, lays out the city’s goals and priorities for making our community a safer and more pleasant place to bike. The most significant impact has been the map of the Planned Bicycle Network, which labels streets […]
It could have happened sooner, but the Ayd Mill Road bike lane and road diet was a start.