When it comes to family vacations, the paths not typically taken can lead to the most interesting and fulfilling excursions.
Health & Wellness
HabitAware wants to change the way we think about mental illnesses.
St. Louis Park jumps ahead of the crowd in the newest sports trend.
Meditation is so popular right now it’s hard to imagine it ever being outside the American mainstream. But just a couple of decades earlier, that’s exactly where it was, as it was considered too weird and exotic to ever gain traction outside of a small group of devotees.
Michael on the banks of the Mississippi in this photo from the How We Heal project. Bottom right: Michael and his wife in a photo from the same series. One of the photos on Michael’s CaringBridge page documenting his journey. (Top right photo Copyright Jennifer Larson)
What started out as a single studio in San Francisco quickly became a workout evolution as Bar Method studios have spread throughout the country.
If you’re looking for a low-tech introduction to meditation, try this simple exercise from Steve Matuszak at Dharma Field, who also shares a few pointers for your practice.
Madeline Hudek, geographic information systems technician for the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, along with Talia Moorman, public art coordinator and city planner, have worked together to curate an interactive map of public art scattered around Minneapolis.
The Twin Cities farmers market family continues to grow.
After years of attending art fairs in neighboring cities, this month the citizens of St. Louis Park will be the hosts. The inaugural St.
Minneapolis residents do not need to look far to see streets lined with cars. They whiz by windows—in shiny blues, golds and whites, boxy or sleek or family friendly. They have settled into the landscape, as plainly as a grassy yard or a rippling river.