Big socks. Tall socks. Funny socks. Fuzzy socks. Socks for hockey and hiking. Socks for tennis and running. Just about name it, and GoBros has a sock for it. With around 40 high-performance brands, the local online company has a comprehensive inventory.
Chemical elements, molecules and atoms might not be the first things that spring to mind when we think about marketing.
In June, the PGA Tour Superstore opened its 26th location in Minnetonka, its first in Minnesota.
Paper Source, the newest addition to Grand Avenue, is a boutique stationery store that specializes in unique invitations, cards and gifts for all occasions.
Tonkadale Greenhouse owner Jessie Jacobson says customers tell her it’s their “happy place.” It’s easy to see why.
There’s no doubt that there’s a resurgence in Cathedral Hill. The historic neighborhood seemed (inexplicably) to be a hidden gem in the Twin Cities, a little secret reserved just for Saint Paulites.
Charlemagne Fine Jewelry has been specializing in custom jewelry design and one-of-a-kind gifts since 1972. “We think of ourselves as pure jewelers,” says Harriet Fogarty, who co-owns the shop with her husband, Charles.
Curved around a quiet Lake Minnetonka bay, the city of Excelsior is charming as can be, much to the delight of visitors, and the pride of residents.
It’s a sign that summer has truly arrived in Minnesota: The Cottagewood Store flipped its “closed” sign to “open” on April 30.
There’s an ebb and flow within the Artist Mercantile store on Seventh Place in Saint Paul.
Armed with more than three decades, collectively, of custom framing experience, Ken Herren and Melissa Williamson-Herren opened Your Art’s Desire Gallery of Art & Framing in Minnetonka in May 2005.