Shops & Business

A white and brown dog looks above the camera

In your estate plan or will, don’t forget about your furry and four-legged family members.

A model shows off earrings and rings from Patrick Mohs Jewelry

For years, the creative couple behind Patrick Mohs Jewelry sold their jewelry at other stores, shows and events. Now they've got a space of their own.

Workers harvest ice from Lake Minnetonka, lifting it onto a horse-drawn wagon.

The ice harvest was an important time on Lake Minnetonka in the early 1900s.

Various gems from Veberod Gem Gallery

Veberod Gallery in Minnetonka offers jewelry classes and workshops.

A stylist at Nedia Hair Loss Salon & Spa works on a patient's hair.

Nedia Hair Loss Salon & Spa provides a safe and welcome space for hair loss treatment.

Lat14 and Lemongrass owner Ann Ahmed wears a Project Black and Blue apron by BA Craftmade Aprons

Project Black & Blue gives back to service workers struggling with physical or mental illnesses.

A woman models heels from Julieta Shoes

Julie Thompson and her husband, Fernando Pena, launched their company Julieta Shoes in 2016.

Excelsior's Trinity Episcopal Church chapel circa 1920.

Trinity Episcopal Church has a complicated and dramatic history.

Someone hands a senior a gift from the Be a Santa to a Senior program.

Over the course of a month, Be A Santa To A Senior collects donated gifts and provides them to those who might not have close family, are on a fixed income, or both.

In this historical photo, a group of ice boats sail on Lake Minnetonka.

Ice boating came to Lake Minnetonka in the 1880s, and is still popular to this day.

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