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Chris Thomson, Emma Nadler and their children.

Chris Thomson and Emma Nadler use their vocations and creative pursuits to convey the emotions spurred by their daughter's diagnosis.

Minnetonka filmmaker Chris Newberry sits down with Jerry and Patty Wetterling while filming a documentary about their son, Jacob Wetterling

Minnetonka filmmaker Chris Newberry has worked closely with Jacob Wetterling's family to ensure his documentary is truthful, comprehensive and ultimately hopeful.

A portrait of A.W. Latham

A.W. Latham was the epitome of the nurserymen who played a large part in Excelsior’s horticultural history.

Melissa Drill, a Mound Westonka High School student and member of the 2019 Lake Minnetonka Magazine prep elite.

Mound Westonka High School senior Melissa Drill plans to study biology and chemistry in college, with her eyes on an eventual career as an orthodontist.

Bo Kaprall, the comedy writer and occasional actor on shows like "Laverne & Shirley" and "Saturday Night Live," sits on a chair at the Guthrie Theater.

Wayzata-based TV producer, writer and actor Bo Kaprall shares his show biz success story, from "Laverne & Shirley" to "Saturday Night Live" and more.

Lake Minnetonka area cover band Manhassen

Manhassen strikes a fun chord as a homegrown cover band.

Ari Koehnen Sweeny, director of education for the Hennepin Theatre Trust, stands in front of a stage.

Some people explore a life in the theater because they fall in love with a particular show. For others, it’s because they dream of applause. For Minnetonka native Ari Koehnen Sweeney, it was a family matter.

A sketch of the USS Minnesota on which both George and Frank Halstead served during the Civil War.

The lives of the Halsted brothers ended sadly near the Lake Minnetonka bay that bears their name.

A Minnetonka couple water skis in their wedding attire for their unique save-the-date photo.

A local couple puts a unique spin on their save-the-date photo.

A honeycomb covered in honey from Ames Farm

The end of October is a big time of year for Brian Fredericksen of Ames Farm. That’s about the time he loads hundreds of beehives onto a truck headed for Texas.

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