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.
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Using stationary bikes that lean side to side, Pedal Wild spin classes build upper body strength in addition to toning your legs. Additional classes include yoga and ZUMBA.
The American Civil War broke out 150 years ago this year. More than 600,000 soldiers and civilians died in the bloodiest war our nation has ever fought. Although far on the frontier at the time, Lake Minnetonka was not immune to its effects.
In June 2008, a two-day old infant was abandoned in the countryside of Guatemala, left to battle the pouring rain and driving winds without so much as a blanket. Miraculously, she survived.
The Hennepin County Library system is massive. More than 5 million books, CDs and DVDs in 40 languages are at the fingertips of the avid bookworm or the curious student. But what happens when you can no longer walk through the door of a library to check out a book?
Three years ago, Connor Guenther followed in his parents’ footsteps and began his own start-up, combining his love of business with his passion for firewood.
This past January, the Wayzata Children’s Clinic celebrated 40 years of delivering first-class care to children.
Searching for holiday cards with personality? Look no further than the eco-friendly items created by Up, Up Creative.
Dust off your rolling pin and grab your apron! Hammer is looking for volunteers to assist individuals with disabilities in baking holiday cookies and desserts. Groups of 1–5 are needed for baking time slots on evenings or weekends.
Five Swans has been serving up special selections to Wayzata residents for more than 40 years, and this past summer, the neighborhood’s go-to gift shop moved to a new space. Be sure to check out their new kitchen department and more open layout just two doors down the street.
Lake Minnetonka was opened to European settlers by the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux, named for a Dakota meeting place, Oiyuwege, one mile north of St. Peter. Minnesota’s first territorial governor, Alexander Ramsey, was eager to open lands to the west to increase the state’s wealth.