Michael Gilbertson’s All Aboard placed second in the City Landmarks category of our annual Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.
Arts & Culture
Wayzata’s biggest community bash wrapped up the summer in September, with a carnival, concerts, log-rolling demos, tasty food, fireworks and a parade.
From star-studded Los Angeles to the cityscape in New York City, artist Jillian Lee has done commissioned artwork coast to coast.
Chris Thomson and Emma Nadler use their vocations and creative pursuits to convey the emotions spurred by their daughter's diagnosis.
A colorful barn stands out against the snow in this shot from our Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.
Uzma Jalaluddin’s "Ayesha at Last" centers on Ayesha and Khalid, two Muslim Canadians.
Emily Joslin's "A Snowy Day" took second place in the People & Families category of our 2018 Lens on Lake Minnetonka contest.
Every December, the ever-giving Excelsior Fire District finds one more way to engage with the community at its annual free kids’ movie event.
Over the past year, the 150-person music venue, now called the Freight Room, has undergone a rebranding.
December is a busy time at the American Swedish Institute. Celebrate the winter season at their upcoming events.