When it comes to family vacations, the paths not typically taken can lead to the most interesting and fulfilling excursions.
In September, the Cottagewood Store celebrated 120 years of being a go-to shop and gathering place for the community.
Mark Slick is a true chronicler of life around Lake Minnetonka. The accomplished photographer seems to pop up with his camera at most popular events on the lake, and his images have won acclaim over the years in our annual Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.
Community members gathered at Wayzata’s Heritage Park on Veterans’ Day to plant “flags for freedom” and post veterans’ names on an Honor Board.
Luxury real estate brokerage firm Engel & Völkers celebrated the grand opening of its Minneapolis location (owned by a team of Minnetonka natives) in October.
Admit it—we’re all looking for the perfect St. Patrick’s Day party where we can show off our “Kiss me, I’m Irish” T-shirts. Here in the Lake Minnetonka area, no one does St.
HealthEast’s annual gala event was held on November 21 at Saint Paul’s RiverCentre.
A festive celebration of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s birthday was held on September 24 at the Commodore Hotel.
A delicious, Chopped-style cooking competition among local chefs benefited the ICA Food Shelf.
Cozy wool should be the foundation of every Minnesotan’s wardrobe at this time of year. Why not make your own wool mittens? Andi Anderson, program coordinator at Gale Woods Farm in Minnetrista, says her team focuses on wool this time of year because Gale Woods Farm raises sheep.
Guys, how’s your wardrobe these days? If you’re clinging to Minnesota stereotypes—Paul Bunyan plaid and blaze-orange hunting gear, I’m looking at you—or just wary of stepping into the fashion world, use our handy guide to get started with a little apparel refresh this spring.