Wet Paint artist keeps Ukrainian folk tradition alive

Grand Ave. shop's Ukrainian Easter egg class will benefit war-torn country. Justin Terlecki has been decorating Easter eggs in the Ukrainian tradition of pysanky since his childhood in Youngstown, Ohio. After moving to the Twin Cities nearly 25 years ago,…

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Downtown venues hanging on in hopes of return to normal

Downtown Saint Paul restaurants and entertainment venues have been devastated by the pandemic. Patrons have shied away from indoor dining and large crowds during successive surges of COVID-19, and thousands of downtown employees have vacated their offices to work from…

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HPC finds Kellogg Blvd. bikeway won’t affect historic properties

A grade-separated bikeway along Kellogg Boulevard between Saint Peter and Jackson streets is now being planned as the next leg of downtown Saint Paul’s Capital City Bikeway, with construction being eyed in 2023. The half-mile project got a boost on…

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Study of historic sites is underway along proposed Riverview Corridor

Historic buildings along the proposed 12-mile Riverview Corridor route that will be studied include the CSPS Hall, 383 W. Michigan St. The proposed 12-mile Riverview Corridor modern streetcar route would run past several designated historic properties and properties potentially eligible…

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Music to the eyes

Amdur enters Art Crawl with paintings that vibrate to creative energy of jazz. Venture into Studio No. 250 in the Northern Warehouse at 308 Prince St. this weekend, and you will find yourself in the company of musicians who have…

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