How can we get better at admitting we’re wrong?
Scott McGinnis’ personal history with the Lake Minnetonka area began back in 1856, when his ancestors moved south of Excelsior.
Our columnist Anne Marie Ruff Grewal reflects on this month’s “exuberance” of growth.
Practical advice for getting things done from local media maven Natalie Webster.
Since the first Bingo & Burgers by the Bay event in 2013, the Lake Minnetonka Excelsior Rotary Club (LMERC) has raised over $120,000 to help fund the Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber of Commerce’s Fourth of July fireworks.
With the senior population skyrocketing in the years to come—and with seniors wanting more out of their later years—local organizations adjust in creative ways.
The space was intentionally designed to serve three distinct generations.
Prom season’s on the horizon—here’s everything you (and your teen) need to know.
WeCAN was founded in 1989 to address a lack of social service programs for low-income families in the area.
Boulder Bridge Farm, once owned by the Daytons, was at one point the largest of Lake Minnetonka's "gentleman farms."