Shops & Business

To celebrate their 100th anniversary, the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys will serve more than 200 local communities through a Centennial Day of Service: 2012 Take Action Project.

Small-town trick-or-treating returns to Deephaven this Halloween as part of the Cottagewood General Store’s seasonal closing.

If cows could type, what would they say? That’s the silly question answered in the beloved children’s book, Click Clack Moo, by Doreen Cronin. The playwright who adapted this whimsical book imagined a series of projections to be used in the production of the play.

There really isn’t much that trumps a hot meal and some fine conversation. And if you happen to live alone or far from loved ones, that just makes those things all the more special. The Western Communities Action Networks Inc.

Helping others is hardwired into the heart of humanity, but most of the time, we aren’t sure we have the time, money or resources to do what it takes to make a difference.

We all love our lightweight dresses, cropped pants and tank tops during a Minnesota summer, but as the warm days wind down and  cooler breezes begin to blow, consider making a smooth transition between your summer and fall wardrobes by adding a few stylish pieces perfect for those early school-ye

When Deephaven was a wild woodland with nothing more than a twisty wagon trail winding under the maple trees, Charles Gibson visited and envisioned a grand hotel on the spot.

With the close of its Mound location earlier this year, occasional sale shop Mama's Happy has a new home at 7888 Cty. Rd. 6 in Independence. The 2,800 sq. ft.

There is almost nothing that compares to the taste of fresh, locally grown sweet corn drizzled with butter and kissed with salt, or that delicious tang of a ripe tomato in just about anything or with nothing at all.

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.