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Tour de Tonka

Strap on your helmets, and load up your bike racks—Minnetonka’s 16th annual Tour de Tonka returns after being canceled last summer and replaced by the smaller Fall de Tonka ride in the autumn.

Have you ever crafted the perfect text but not found the best emoji to really make your point? Wayzata-based company Phoji has launched an app that can help you out.

Mound resident Laura Lloyd opened Our Place Boutique and Bakery in November 2015. It’s a space that celebrates local makers and their hand-crafted products.

What started with a thumb turned Minnetonka native Robyn Frank into a successful entrepreneur when she launched Thumbs Cookies in 2012. Now she’s on a quest to fund her dream car: a Thumb Bug.

With an average of 8,100 Saints fans per game night packing the new Lowertown stadium, CHS Field’s first season was a huge success.

Growing up on Schmidt Lake in Plymouth, Josh Leddy, owner and operator of Life’s a Beach Shoreline Services, has long loved the beauty of Minnesota’s lakes.

Miles Taylor, age 15 months, catches up on everyone’s favorites in the Best of Saint Paul issue.

Local nonprofit Keys 4/4 Kids was founded to provide a service to under-served young people, but its innovative programs have also benefited area schools, businesses and residents.

Hammer Residences in Wayzata care for individuals with developmental disabilities and help them thrive within their communities and discover their passions.

The fourth annual Luck o’ the Lake 5K run on March 12 has it all: a kid-friendly, celebratory run along Lake Minnetonka, with community members dressed up in costumes, as well as a serenade by bagpipers.

Engel & Völkers, founded in Germany in 1977, is an internationally recognized real estate firm that opened its first Midwest location in downtown Minneapolis last August—and the office is full of Minnetonka High School gra

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