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Located in the Mill District of downtown Minneapolis, Tiger Oak Media publishes more than 30 regional print magazines, with corresponding digital media, including digital editions, e-newsletters and sophisticated websites.

There’s nothing quite so beautiful as watching a community work together to create something lasting, and that’s exactly what the people of St. Louis Park are doing with the “100 Hands” Community Mosaic project.

Working hard in school isn’t always easy, but Joshua Anderson, a senior at St. Louis Park High school, persisted— and it paid off.  As a reward for all of his hard work, he received this year's William F.

 An approaching storm was the inspiration for this shot by St. Louis Park photographer Jeff Liss.

Photography is more than just a hobby for Jeff Liss; he considers it his passion. This St. Louis Park resident, who studied mass communication in college, has been taking pictures since 1972, and is never without a camera.

It’s time once again for local photography enthusiasts to focus on their chance to see their pictures of our community in an upcoming issue of St. Louis Park Magazine.

St. Louis Park's Cedar Lake Trail.

In the years following World War II, St. Louis Park experienced incredible growth, as many people flocked to this convenient location due west of Minneapolis. Although it was established as a city in 1955, focusing only on the recent era discounts the rich history of this first-ring suburb.

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Thursday, August 22
[Education & Community]
On Black Women's Equal Pay Day, join us to hear from black women at the top of their fields share why closing the pay gap is important to them, how they advocate for their own career advancement, and what concrete steps individuals, managers and decision makers can take to implement the necessary changes to close this gap.
Repeats every week every Wednesday until Wed Sep 18 2019 except Wed Sep 11 2019.
Wednesday, September 4, Wednesday, September 18
[Arts & Performance]
Community Ed with a Side of Just Nancee (CEWASOJN for short) is a show that combines the talents of Amy Stedman and Pat Schmidt, better known as the world-renowned improv duo Community Ed, with the stand-up je ne sais quoi of Just Nancee (aka Nancee Magistad when she’s not pretending to know French). “Sounds like a hoot! #amiright?” – Wall Street Journal