BSM alum succeeds in journalism industry as TIME reporter

July 10, 2014

As Benilde-St. Margaret’s seniors endured their final days of high school before graduation, they prepare to move one step closer to getting jobs and becoming successful. Benilde-St. Margaret’s class of 2008 alum, Alexandra Sifferlin, is an example of this success; she has turned what was once a childhood ambition into an exciting reality. Sifferlin is now a health reporter for TIME Magazine, and has spent the last few years reporting on an assortment of health related issues. “I love being a health reporter because I like to think I’m doing a service. Health, medicine, and science impact everyone, and I get the most touching emails from readers,” said Sifferlin. At the age of... Continue Reading

Baseball team falls short to Armstrong in vital section game

June 4, 2014

The Benilde-St. Margaret’s baseball team made the trek to Siebert Field at the University of Minnesota to take on the Wayzata Trojans in a section playoff showdown. According to junior Connor Day, “Our team played well and with a lot of chemistry. We rebounded well from our loss last week.” The Trojans scored first with one player crossing the plate in the top half of the first inning; the Red Knights answered by scoring two runs in the bottom of the second. BSM senior Michael Kaminski threw a complete game, allowing only two runs over the course of seven innings as well as recording one RBI. Junior Tyler Wyvell along with seniors Keaton Studsrud and Christopher Racchini also contributed... Continue Reading

10 Things To Do Around Lake Calhoun

Going to the beach is one of the most popular pastimes of Lake Calhoun goers. Bring a towel and your sun block and head to either one of the two beaches of Lake Calhoun. (Keenan Schember, Megan Ortizcazarin)

10 Things To Do Around Lake Calhoun

June 5, 2014

The definitive ranking of BSM water fountains

Sophamore Gunnar Lundberg stops for a cool refreshing drink (Emily Larson)

The definitive ranking of BSM water fountains

June 3, 2014

As the days become longer and the heat index spikes, students often seek the comfort of a cool sip of water from one of the many selections of drinking fountains offered at BSM. But with so many to choose from, not all can claim the title of Most Popular Water Fountain. From dirty drains, leaky fountains, horrible locations and warm, iron-laced water,... Continue Reading

SportDateTimeOpponentLocation
Boys SoccerTue, Sep 02 7 p.m.OronoHome
Girls SoccerTue, Sep 02 5 p.m.OronoOrono HS
Boys SoccerThu, Sep 04 5 p.m.RochesterHome
FootballFri, Sep 05 7 p.m.ChaskaChaska HS
Boys SoccerTue, Sep 09 4:45 p.m.Bloomington JeffersonBloomington Jefferson HS
Girls SoccerTue, Sep 09 7 p.m.Bloomington JeffersonBloomington Stadium
Boys SoccerThu, Sep 11 7 p.m.ChaskaHome
Girls SoccerThu, Sep 11 5 p.m.ChaskaHome
FootballFri, Sep 12 7 p.m.Robbinsdale CooperHome
Boys SoccerMon, Sep 15 7 p.m.EdinaKuhlman Field
Mon, Sep 15 5 p.m.EdinaKuhlman Field
Boys SoccerTue, Sep 16 5 p.m.RichfieldRichfield HS
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Authentic Italian cuisine as close as St. Paul

Take a step into Cossetta’s Italian Market and Pizzeria, and you get a little taste of Italy. Complete with pizzas tossed in front of your eyes, handmade noodles, and authentic Italian goods with labels in a language you can’t understand, this friendly market is the perfect place to shop for your next international cuisine dinner or to satiate your craving for that perfect slice of pizza.

Located across the street from both the Xcel Energy Center and the Science Museum, Cossetta’s is a great example of a small, affordable, and charming market and restaurant. As you enter, you are greeted by Italian opera music and the friendly chatter of customers in the line for Cossetta’s most popular item, their pizzas. With various toppings and specials, your selection is wide, but beware: each pizza slice is plenty for one person.
If you’re looking for something lighter, try the salad, soup, and sandwich bar, where fresh bread is made daily. Another favorite is their signature mostaccioli, a savory baked noodle dish with marinara sauce.
Part of what makes this restaurant keep its authentic feel is the section selling Italian goods, from pasta sauces and noodles to olive oils and breads. It’s romantic yet pleasant mood and low prices, with entrees ranging from five to ten dollars, add to its appeal. Sitting on thelia upper level, customers can see all the action below, from chefs in red and white pinstripe jackets throwing pizzas to customers weaving in and out of the market.

Whether it’s to taste the mouth-watering pizzas, to bring home their flavorful pasta sauce or sausage, or to simply experience an authentic Italian market, Cossetta’s is definitely worth your visit.

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