I’ve recently returned from a short trip to Washington, D.C. – where it was about as hot there as it has been here – and once again realized how exciting it can be to travel and explore new places. We visited almost all of the major attractions – including a 5-hour journey through the Newseum, an unbelievably fascinating place devoted to the history and future of journalism. The Library of Congress, the U.S. Capitol, the Lincoln Memorial, the Smithsonian, the National Gallery of Art – we saw it all and walked more miles than I care to consider.
Davanni’s has a win-win—actually, more of an eat-eat—deal for you. Donate some food, and they’ll feed not only you and yours, but those who really need it.
For the third consecutive year, Davanni’s is helping families in need by stocking the Emergency Foodshelf Network’s food shelves. Just bring in three nonperishable food items to any Davanni’s July 23 & 24 and you’ll receive a Solo One-Item (thin or traditional crust) or $4.98 off another item on the menu.
After a morning of persistent downpours, the sun finally broke through just after noon on Saturday, June 16 proving there is absolutely no way a little rain could ever dampen the crowd’s spirits at Parktacular, the annual city-wide celebration in St. Louis Park.
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We're looking for someone with a magic eye, creative mind and a vision that goes beyond the enticing images that grace our magazines and websites. Interested in joining our team at Tiger Oak Media? Check out the job description below and send a resume, cover letter with salary requirements and up to three samples of your creative work to Tamara Prato at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 17th. No phone calls, please.
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Greetings, lake-area residents, and welcome to our brand-spanking-new website. I can't tell you how excited I am to be prepping for the launch of a community lifestyle magazine that's feature-rich and locally savvy literally in my own backyard.
I’m one of the guys Bryan Buser, a certified cicerone (beer expert) and the store manager at The Four Firkins in St. Louis Park, describes as someone who thinks beer “is great and everyone likes beer.” But not as someone who knew about how the “right beer and the right food … can make a regular meal into something fantastic.”
With eight suggestions of beer and appetizer and beer and dessert pairings, beer bunglers like myself can take our next meal to the next step.