As the COVID-19 pandemic raged through the world, businesses closed, travel came to a near standstill and many doors were locked, including doors to some senior-care facilities.
Shops & Business
Kenna Frees isn’t your average teenager. Though she enjoys typical teen activities like hanging out with friends and spending time with her pets, Kenna also runs her own fashion enterprise online.
A group of high school students creates a climate report card for the city of Minnetonka.
As a child, I thought the Easter bunny laid eggs, usually in the form of chocolate or pink plastic. Only some three decades later, when I started keeping a flock of backyard chickens, did I understand the biological basis for the thrill of spring eggs.
The event, which this year runs March 1-3 at Piccadilly Prairie’s new Ridgedale location, features a mix of authentic items imported directly from France and other French- and European-inspired items.
Wayzata’s Pink Linen Designs brings a touch of whimsical style to mature and kid-friendly spaces alike.
In September, award-winning former WCCO-TV anchor Don Shelby and Minnesota Public Radio’s chief meteorologist Paul Huttner were the featured speakers at a private event in support of the Great Plain Institute (GPI).
The history of the business also serves as a family history.
Tackle the first big hurdle to start your business.
Service dogs are making a difference in Hopkins.
For folks in Excelsior, Fido’s Pantry has been the boutique of choice for puppies, kittens and every pet in between.