Yes, technically it's April, but March Madness comes to Minneapolis this week. if you’re trying to score some last-minute Final Four tickets, the Better Business Bureau has some advice.
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The Groves Academy Gala took place on April 9 at the Marriott City Center. The annual event raised $555,000 for student scholarships.
Although this is only the second annual Summer Wine Fest and Market for the Minnesota Grape Growers Association (MGGA), the organization has been promoting Minnesota’s grape and wine industry since 1976.
Statistics are extremely important to Sorenson neighborhood resident Lois Zander, who, as a special education teacher, has taught a lot of math over her 34-year career.
Behold the legendary Shoppers’ City! This low-budget version of Target was my workplace for two years in the 1970s, where I dished out food at the cafeteria, folded towels and sold ladies’ hideous polyester pants for $3.
More than 1,100 people turned out for STEP’s 15th annual Empty Bowls event on March 10. The lead sponsor was Citizens Independent Bank, and $20,000 was raised to fill the empty bowls in our community.
Anyone in St. Louis Park with a hidden—or not so hidden—talent is in luck. The Park Theater Company is hosting its eighth annual community-wide talent show.
We live in an age of trends — a hot new workout that some beautiful celebrity endorses, and the fad diet that goes with it (likely with a glossy cookbook written by that celebrity). But while these things come and go, there seem to be a couple that are sticking around: CrossFit and paleo.
It was the old (and fortunately reconsidered) model of urban planning: natural features like water and wetlands were frequently modified or even eliminated for purposes of building and development. Many of the twists and turns of Minnehaha Creek as it flowed through St.
Nothing ruins a relaxing family outing to the beach like a nasty sunburn. Dr. Bruce Cantor, a pediatrician at Partners in Pediatrics and a St.
Kevin Ludwig has always loved working with his hands. He’s done it all—furniture making, assembling brewery shelves and construction—and recently started dabbling in design.