May 2018 City South Magazine

In the May issue we're talking good people and great food with the owners of Harriet Brasserie.

As any parent who has raised sports-loving kids knows, many an “Activity and Event” revolves around those sports, those friends, those fellow parents. St.

 

For Fernando and Kalinka Silva, the story of their journey to owning a successful restaurant in Linden Hills is lined with serendipity.

 

The skincare professionals at Aesthetica Skin Health and Wellness Clinic want to give each client an experience that caters to their specific needs.

 

If you haven’t purchased outdoor furniture lately, you may not be aware that the popularity of dining sets with round glass tables, umbrellas and four rocker-type chairs sporting poufy, flowered seat cushions is dwindling, if not already zero.

 

Among the many treasures of Minneapolis’ Lake Street is a white building adorned with the letters HP. No, it’s not Harry Potter’s residence, but beyond its doors the Minneapolis community will still find work of a wizardly sort.

 

Biting cold and icy sidewalks are just two hallmarks of Minnesota winters runners are happy to leave behind this spring.

 

A fashion-forward boutique now celebrating five years in the Lyn-Lake neighborhood, Showroom remains committed to elevating the value and professionalism of Minnesota makers.

 

There’s a file in Dan Delmore’s desk loaded with thank you notes.

 

Every year, each Tiger Oak community lifestyle magazine title holds a photo contest. For us, it’s called “Picture City South,” and our debut was in 2017. With sincere apologies for the late announcement, winners of our first 2017 Picture City South photo contest follow.

 

This past December, TwinWest Chamber of Commerce awarded 25 metro-area students a total of $32,500 in scholarships.

 

Jane Elias has always been involved in her community, whether it was her time spent traveling the U.S. as a professional muralist or volunteering at her children’s school. Once her children had grown up, Elias realized she needed to be doing something full-time again.

 

If you’re in need of some pampering after a long, cold winter, look to Spa Oro Blanco, run by Cassondra Bertrand in buzzing Uptown.