Copper Cow is a friendly place for business lunches, girlfriend get-togethers, family dinners with the kids, night caps and everything in between.
Scott McGinnis’ personal history with the Lake Minnetonka area began back in 1856, when his ancestors moved south of Excelsior.
The lives of the Halsted brothers ended sadly near the Lake Minnetonka bay that bears their name.
A staycation is friendlier on the wallet, while still doing the mind and body good.
We’ve all seen suggested beer and food pairings, but how about beer and books?
With the senior population skyrocketing in the years to come—and with seniors wanting more out of their later years—local organizations adjust in creative ways.
The Westonka Walleye Program has added thousands of the state’s official fish to Lake Minnetonka since 2012.
Boulder Bridge Farm, once owned by the Daytons, was at one point the largest of Lake Minnetonka's "gentleman farms."
As the owner of Take the Bait Guide Service LLC, Mike Piccioli has been teaching anglers to find and catch fish in Lake Minnetonka for nearly a decade.
Built in 1893 by “Minnetonka’s Boat Builder” Arthur Dyer for Hazen and Ward Burton, the boat was conceived with the idea that greater speed could be attained by sailing over the water, rather than through it.