Between Tinder, Bumble and Hinge, there is no shortage of dating apps in 2018. Thanks to the convenience offered by such platforms, potential partners are now just a swipe away.
You love your spouse, right? That’s why they’re your spouse! But could you imagine working alongside him or her, every day of the week? Three local couples do just that, and their uniquely matched partnerships suggest one plus one may equal more than two.
With apps a click away, short attention spans and the ever-present onslaught of ads telling us how to find our soulmates, the question becomes: Whom do we entrust with our romantic futures?
It’s more than evident in the popularity of food, fitness and healthy lifestyle blogs: Many bloggers have a passion for health. But what does it take to rise above the blogging baseline and make money doing so?
An open-ended game that has no right or wrong way to play. Now make it fun for all ages, win or lose. This is the model Silly Street was invented to satisfy.
Hayim Herring and Terri Martinson-Elton were strangers until they decided to write a book together.
Local author Dori Weinstein has recently released the third book in her YaYa & YoYo children’s book series, Hoopla Under the Huppah.
It’s not a comfortable topic, this notion of adoption as loss. And in Minnesota, where more Korean kids have been adopted than in any other state, it may be particularly uncomfortable. Kate Anne Kang—the pen name of long-time St.
“I don’t like having cancer, especially one without a cure,” admits long-time St. Louis Park resident and former Meadowbrook Collaborative leader Linda Trummer, “but in many ways it’s opened up my life.”
When life gets tough, it can be difficult to see how what’s happening now is shaping the future. It can be hard to look through the pain, trauma, sadness, anger or hurt and see the silver lining. But finding that joy, unearthing it and harnessing it, is what one St.