This Valentine’s Day, if you’re looking for a romantic read in the spirit of all the best New York rom-coms, check out In a New York Minute by Kate Spencer.
Arts & Culture
Talk about happily ever after. Recently Stages Theatre Company and the city of Hopkins renewed the theater’s lease, allowing the group to stay in the Hopkins Center for the Arts for another 15 years. The negotiation was a collaborative effort, aligning the missions of each party involved.
This summer, Anything Goes will take the stage as the Minnetonka Theatre performs this age-old Broadway favorite.
The wind has always whistled across Warren Krohn’s 700-acre family farm in Nicollet County. Recently the farmer decided to do something about it. Six windmills now stand 160 feet tall on or near his family’s land. When the turbines spin, the wind becomes what Krohn sees as a new cash crop.
“I thrive outside,” enthuses Bradley Agee. “There’s something about being in the moment: in the sun, digging in the soil, placing the plant. It’s about promise—a hopeful gesture—and in this climate, it’s also a lesson in patience.”
“I captured this photo during one of the last sails of the season this past summer. With the waves reflecting off the hull of the boat and the glow of the sun peeking out from behind the sail, I leaned over the side to take this picture right at water level.
From the up-and-coming Clarksburg AVA in the delta area just south of Sacramento, Calif., Blue Plate Chenin Blanc 2010 was born. Blue Plate Chenin Blanc is 86 percent Chenin blanc, 12 percent Sauvignon blanc and 2 percent Chardonnay.
Best-selling author and national award-winning entrepreneur David Stillman travels around the country presenting keynote speeches on generation gaps in the workplace.
In addition to selling high-quality cars, BMW of Minnetonka is also leading the way in sustainability. Though you might not notice at first glance, the dealership, built just last year, was constructed with the environment in mind.