Blogs & Blog Posts on Saint Paul in Minnesota



Blogs on "Saint Paul"

Three Dog Blog
It started out as stories about my dogs, but has become a lot more.

Burlesque, Cabaret, Vaudeville and Circus events in Minnesota!
A listing of burlesque, Vaudeville, Cabaret and Circus themed events in the...

Cruel Kev's Scuttlebutt
My goals for the several blogs that I am involved with is to find and post ...

St. Paul Real Estate
All about St. Paul with lots of photos. Monthly statistics on the state of ...

SuddenDeals.com
Minneapolis/Saint Paul SMS Text Message Entertainment/Discount Network. Con...

Historic Homes of Minnesota
Historic homes and buildings in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Twin Cities, and thr...

Blog Posts on Saint Paul

The Ballad of a Thin Man at the Civic Center by Nokohaha on Feb 3, 2012 in Noise, 1978, Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan At Budokan, Saint Paul, Saint Paul Civic Center  In 1978 Bob Dylan went on tour. He performed 114 shows in Japan, the Far East, Europe and America. Over two million people came out and paid to see him. Dylan assembled an 8 piece band and the obligatory female three back up singers for the sh...



The Other Side Ashland Avenue Then and Now by Nokohaha on Feb 2, 2012 in , Ashland Avenue, Saint PaulBuilt in 1889, the coat of arms above the front porch on this home probably inspired the folks across the street to put one on theirs. I wonder if they were feuding families. Can you believe how big that pine tree got in less than thirty years?



On Ashland Avenue Then and Now by Nokohaha on Feb 1, 2012 in Names, , Ashland Avenue, Holly, Laurel, Paul Wellstone, Saint Paul, Sheila Wellstone, Wellstone  Built in 1891 this is one of at least two houses on the block sporting a coat of arms. The other sits across the street. Ashland Avenue isn’t really named for anything. The name was selected in 1870. Ashland runs east and west between La...



Selby and Avon Then and Now by Nokohaha on Jan 29, 2012 in , Avon, Bemidji, KOA, Saint Paul, Selby AvenueAnother hot rod hearse, all geared up and ready  for the annual Undertakers Campground Get Away at the Bemidji, KOA.



Mount Zion on Summit Then and Now by Nokohaha on Jan 28, 2012 in , Erich Mendelsohn, Mount Zion, Saint Paul, Summit Avenue, synagogue  The Mount Zion temple on Saint Paul’s Summit Avenue is one of the last projects designed by internationally renowned modernist, Bauhaus architect Erich Mendelsohn. In synagogues and community centers throughout the United States Mandelso...



This is Saint Paul by Nokohaha on Jan 27, 2012 in Odds and Ends, 1956, MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company, Northern Natural Gas Company, Saint Paul, TimeNorthern Natural Gas Company still provides natural gas transportation and storage services. The company was founded in 1930 and is based in Omaha, Nebraska. These days Northern Natural Gas Company operates as a subsidiary of MidAmerican Energy Holdi...



Hill Plaza Then and Now by Nokohaha on Jan 25, 2012 in , Blair Arcade, , Lewis Motors Incorporated, Saint Paul, Selby Avenue  Where Hill Plaza Apartment building and Fabulous Fern’s Bar and Grill are now was once Lewis Motor’s Cadillac Used Car Store. The new building isn’t beautiful, but if you enter through the parking lot you can walk a long hall...



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