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.
Shops & Business
Whatever will be, will be… The Lauer family couldn’t agree more as they shuttered their space in Edina’s Galleria earlier this year and opened for business in the former Cynthia Rae spot on Water Street.
Finally, a hair salon that caters to men, not women. Tonic Barbers, found just down the street from sister salon Lili, offers cut, color and brow services for men of all ages. Not convinced this is actually a man zone?
The oldest Empty Bowls celebration in Minnesota will enter its 21st year at Wayzata High School with a new feature: Some old friends will be coming back to support the cause.
Travel back in time to the days when pioneers were settling the lake area with a visit to the Western Hennepin County Pioneer Association (WHCPA) Pioneer Museum.
The crack of the bat, home openers, peanuts and cracker jacks mean a lot of different things for many different people.
When old houses are torn down along Lake Minnetonka to make way for more modern counterparts, architectural gems that don't fit present-day tastes sometimes succumb to the wrecking ball.
In the 1970s, Steve Gerring got with the times by putting his business in the Yellow Pages. Less than two years ago, the owner of Gerring’s Car Wash in Wayzata adapted again by offering a special through one of the nascent online deals sites.
With age comes any number of things, from wisdom to wrinkles. As life evolves, these elements are expected to accompany aging. But what if the weight of the worry you carried also grew as you got older? What if your chances of becoming isolated increased over time? Would you prepare?
Finding a signature spring fragrance for yourself or someone you know may seem like a daunting task, but Diane Wissink, owner of La Petite Parfumerie in Excelsior, ensures it’s actually quite simple once you narrow down the myriad of choices.