Guess who won first place in the Pets category of Lens on Lake Minnetonka, our annual photo contest? Big Brown Eyes by Mound resident Ann Beadle-Reinitz, and it’s not difficult to see why.
Arts & Culture
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.
See how the Twin Cities community celebrates this Swedish folk holiday.
Minnetonka filmmaker Chris Newberry has worked closely with Jacob Wetterling's family to ensure his documentary is truthful, comprehensive and ultimately hopeful.
A turn-key condo at Wayzata’s Landing gives one couple a spot to land near the lake.
Joshilyn Jackson's "Never Have I Ever" will keep readers guessing and on the edge of their seats until the last page.
In July, the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Roger Miller Golf Classic at the Medina Country Club. The event provides an opportunity for guests to support the chamber and enjoy the great outdoors and summer weather.
Nelson Hill's photo was a favorite in the City Landmarks category of our Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest.