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  1. Kristen, on the Corner of Lexington and Concordia, in a Stubborn RainRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | City Pages

    At the corner of Lexington and Concordia in St. Paul, a stubborn afternoon rain adds insult to the injuries of the young mother's life. She takes little steps along the matted grass of the shoulder on her walk of shame.

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  2. The 11 Best Happy Hours in the Twin CitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | City Pages

    Otherwise known as church to much of the barbarian public, happy hour is indeed the golden hour, the flush of relaxation to the bloodstream at the end of the workday. Whether yours ends at the actual golden hour of sunset or at 8 a.m., or you are an idle mogul with no clock to punch, everyone deserves an hour of happiness.

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  3. My Sister Fights Sex Trafficking with FashionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | City Pages

    A new Minnesota-based company is mixing fashion with social consciousness, creating a line of products that raises money for victims of sex trafficking. When you buy a T-shirt, tank, jewelry, or metallic tattoo from My Sister , you'll be helping nonprofits with their missions to stop human trafficking around the world.

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  4. Sandbox Returns to War with the NewtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | City Pages

    In 2007, the experimental Sandbox Theatre had one of its most successful shows the with fiery science-fiction fable War with the Newts. "Still, there has always been a nagging feeling that it bottomed out at a certain point," says director Peter Heeringa.

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  5. In the Spring, Drink Ros : Solo Vino's Annual Ros Tent TastingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | City Pages

    One of the best local signs of spring, better than sky-blue robin's eggs, better than the yellow down of baby geese, better than the perfume of lilacs in bloom, is the Solo Vino Rose Tent Tasting, now in its seventh year. Solo Vino is arguably the very best place to shop if your sole interest is, you know, vino.

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  6. Art-A-Whirl, Black Forest Turns 50: Freeloader FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | City Pages

    This week in free stuff to do we have tons of art shows , a b-day celebration, outdoor and indoor concerts, and more. Come take a look at our list and plan your weekend.

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  7. Nepal Earthquake Relief Fundraiser PlannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | City Pages

    When the grounds opened and the earth shook, none of us ever expected the tragedy that would take over 7,500 lives and injure twice as many in Nepal. To provide some assistance to those affected by the earthquake, some Minnesota artists are banding together for a benefit concert to raise funds for those in need.

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  8. Space Girl: Raise a Glass for the Fallen CadetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | City Pages

    A busy work schedule kept me from Comic Con over the weekend, but I got plenty of that geeky goodness Sunday evening at Bedlam with the pulpy adventures of Space Girl . It has it all: nefarious, galaxy-spanning plots; reckless heroes; cardboard sets; and a host of red-clad extras ready to die at every turn.

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  9. Five Puppies Missing After Rescue Pet Van Stolen, $500 Reward OfferedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | City Pages

    Around 5 a.m. Tuesday, Liz Gigler, director of Rescue Pets Are Wonderful , loaded five five-week-old pit bull puppies into her silver Dodge Caravan. Then she went back inside her Maplewood home to get ready to drive the puppies out to a foster home in Isanti.

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  10. Space Girl: Sci-Fi Theater featuring Cardboard Robots and Death RaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | City Pages

    If Comic Con doesn't provide enough geeky delights this weekend, Bedlam Theatre has you covered with Space Girl , an epic adventure that embraces the best of pulp and classic science-fiction. The adventure, created by Peter Rusk and Justin Spooner, follows the titular character as she battles with the Emperor Dread Lord across the galaxy .

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  11. Twin Cities Shops Celebrate National Independent Bookstore Day SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | City Pages

    Over 300 independent U.S. bookstores will be holding special events and offering exclusive merchandise this Saturday for the first annual National Independent Bookstore Day. Five of those stores are located in the Twin Cities: Red Balloon Bookstore, Moon Palace Books, Common Good Books, Wild Rumpus Books, and Magers & Quinn Booksellers.

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  12. Detroit '67 Pushes the Summer of Love Riots Down to Human SizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | City Pages

    In the summer of 1967, sister and brother Chelle and Lank are looking to make a life in the heart of Detroit. Chelle wants to just continue with the underground club they run in their basement, fueled by cheap liquor and Motown 45s.

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  13. PUBLIC Kitchen + Bar to Host New Weekly Music SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | City Pages

    Overlooking Mears Park in Downtown St. Paul, PUBLIC Kitchen + Bar is housed in the historic former Noyes & Cutler Building. The former home of the Wood's Chocolate Factory has been transformed into a full service restaurant and lounge open daily for lunch, dinner, and late-night cocktails.

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  14. Three Free Things to Do This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2015 | City Pages

    This week in free stuff to do we have a new social dance night in a fun location, a party celebrating dapper gents, and a free movie screening with booze. This spring, the Union Depot in downtown St. Paul will be hosting three different social dance nights.

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  15. 5 Things St. Paul Does Better Than MinneapolisRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2015 | City Pages

    St. Paul gets a lot of flack, and is often referred to as "boring" and "old-fashioned." Meanwhile, Minneapolis gets to be the cool kid, with entertainment options galore like First Avenue, the Walker Art Center, the new Vikings stadium, the Guthrie Theater, and the snappy North Loop.

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  16. Did a St. Paul Man Have the Right to Chase Down and Shoot Purported Robbers?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | City Pages

    On March 30 around 5:30 p.m., a man says two men pulled out guns near the corner of Como and Pennsylvania Avenues in St. Paul's North End and tried to rob him. The man, who St. Paul police say had a permit to carry a gun, thwarted the robbery and exchanged gunfire with the would-be robbers.

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  17. Candid Kid Open Up On Their New EPRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2015 | City Pages

    Wednesday, April 1 The young men in Candid Kid certainly fall in line with their band name. The quartet have assembled at an hour too early for normal rock stars at a table in the back room of Cafe Latte in St. Paul.

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  18. Is Chocolat Celeste the Best In the Twin Cities? A Chat With Mary LeonardRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2015 | City Pages

    Like cheese, wine, and coffee, chocolate can be esoteric. There are plantations to consider and cocoa percentages and butterfat and additives and fillings and flavorings both artificial and natural.

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  19. Forget Your Old Faves, Here Are Some Alternative Patios to Try This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2015 | City Pages

    Spring is here! And it's here earlier than ever, meaning you'll be jostling for real estate at all the most obvious al fresco eating and drinking places. We've got a few less conspicuous spots for you to consider.

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  20. St. Paul Schools' Teachers and School Board Can't Agree on Racial Equity PolicyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2015 | City Pages

    A St. Paul teachers group says Superintendent Valeria Silva's Strong Schools, Strong Communities plan is an unrealistic way to achieve racial equity for students. St. Paul Public Schools board renewed Superintendent Valeria Silva's contract for three more years Tuesday night, but district teachers are not happy about it.

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