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Apr 21st

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Terry Tempest Williams to headline Hamline's Annual Mahle Lecture in progressive Christian thought

Terry Tempest Williams to headline Hamline's Annual Mahle Lecture in progressive Christian thoughtRenowned author, speaker, and activist Terry Tempest Williams; will keynote Hamline University's annual Mahle Lecture in Progressive Christian Thought, “Finding Beauty in a Broken World,” which is also the title of her most recent book.
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Lowertown Reading Jam: An evening of poetry and activism by award-winning artists and poets

Lowertown Reading Jam: An evening of poetry and activism by award-winning artists and poetsThe Saint Paul Almanac continues its year-round literary celebration of the capital city with inspiring spoken word performances, followed by a thought-provoking discussion about “Poetry and Activism.” The April Lowertown Reading Jam, April 5, 2010, curated by internationally acclaimed artist, Desdamona, will also feature performances by Reggie Harris, Tish Jones and Ibé. The poets will perform their poetry and talk about the work they do in schools, prisons and other communities, and invite the audience to share a dialog with them on their work. The Reading Jam runs from 7 to 8:30 pm at the Black Dog Café, 308 Prince Street in Saint Paul.
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Minneapolis approves $15.4-Million Foreclosure Plan with Economic-Recovery Funds Funding will continue housing-recovery efforts

Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak today approved a spending plan passed by the City Council last Friday to use $15,424,156 in federal Neighborhood Stabilization funds to continue work underway to stabilize and rebuild communities heavily affected by mortgage foreclosures. The funds come from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
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Winter parking restrictions end in Minneapolis: Drivers should continue to follow posted parking signs

Effective immediately, Minneapolis has lifted the Winter Parking Restrictions that were put in place last month. The restrictions went into effect on Feb. 11 after snow accumulations narrowed many streets, making it difficult for fire trucks, ambulances, and other emergency vehicles to navigate in some neighborhoods. Limiting parking to one side of many city streets created more reliable access for emergency responses.
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Free tax preparation at Sabathani Community Center

Sabathani Community Center will be preparing free tax returns every Saturday through the end of the tax season for people with low to moderate incomes.  Generally, service is available to families with an annual income of $45,000 or less and individuals with $30,000 or less.  This is a walk in service .
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Noted basketball coach Ken Carter to speak at St. Thomas Feb. 23

Noted basketball coach Ken Carter to speak at St. Thomas Feb. 23St. Paul, Minn. -- A coach who became famous for locking his undefeated high school basketball team out of the gym because of poor grades will speak later this month at the University of St. Thomas.
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KFAI Public Radio's Gubernatorial Forum Series

Join KFAI for a series of live, on-air gubernatorial forums beginning February 8 from 6-7 PM on the KFAI Evening News. Co-hosts Bob Hines and Marty Owings will moderate the first forum featuring DFLers Margaret Anderson Kelliher, John Marty and Tom Rukavina; Independents Rob Hahn and Tom Horner; and Republicans Tom Emmer, Bill Haas, and Marty Seifert.
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