Josie and Elliot Berman of Minnetonka brought Lake Minnetonka Magazine to Israel’s Dead Sea during their winter break.

Amy McPartlin never saw the need to own a high-quality camera until she took a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Africa in January 2015.

Lauren Greenberg, Saint Paul Magazine art director, relaxes in the pool during a recent vacation to Puerto Rico.

It's said that a picture is worth 1,000 words. But this photo, “Tu4Tu,” which took first place in the People & Families category of our 2015 Lens on Lake Minnetonka photo contest, offers even more of a story.

Lake Minnetonka Magazine made the trip to the Eiffel Tower in September with Kathy and Will Skadsberg of local travel agency Skads Travel.

Talent and training are all well and good, but sometimes capturing a winning photo comes down to patience and luck.

Any gardener can tell you that weeds are resilient. In fact, you probably could find a gardener or two who say weeds are downright merciless.

The annual Turkey Trot in November at Minnetonka High School drew runners from around the community, eager to work off all those Thanksgiving calories for a great cause.

Last summer, Cameron and Charlotte Reitan of Shorewood took a copy of Lake Minnetonka Magazine to the Old Faithful geyser at Yellowstone National Park.


Friday, September 25
[Benefits & Fundraisers]
Come support young children and families in our community who need quality early learning education and care at our annual fundraising online auction and gala.
Monday, October 5
[Arts & Performance]
Art Practice Circle meets virtually and offers a friendly, community space to listen and share about art-making during this time of physical separation.