Take your pick - Lynx, Timberwolves, Twins, United FC, Vikings and Wild. And that's just the pro sports teams in Minnesota.
Health & Wellness
You might know of Wayside House in St. Louis Park, but you may not know its history. Wayside House was founded in 1954 as a crisis shelter for women in poverty. As needs arose, alcohol and chemical addiction treatment programs were added.
When hard times hit, many turn to counseling for guidance. But while therapy appointments can take weeks to make, mental health crises can’t wait.
You may already have noticed the string of home furnishing stores on Excelsior Boulevard. If you’re driving west, there’s Traditions, then Habitation Design, Navab Brother Oriental Rug Co., CIEL Loft and Home and finally Woody’s Furniture Store in the Miracle Mile Shopping Center.
Finding fun ways to stay healthy and warm in the middle of a Minnesota winter can be a challenge. But St.
The light display was first initiated by the city’s former director of parks and recreation Kris Gears in the late 1980s. Retired parks superintendent Gene Gustafson was working when the lights first turned on.
This year 1,500 companies applied for the MN Cup, a new-venture competition for entrepreneurs, inventors and innovators. Only 80 companies advanced to the next level—including Nurish, a whole-food supplements business owned by St.
Before opening Studio U, Kristin Procopio worked at Park Nicollet as a physical therapist for a decade.
St. Louis Park has been working with Hennepin County on a potential funding opportunity called the Moving the Market program, designed to support and enhance employment and business development in and around the Southwest Light Rail Transit (LRT) stations.