Local furniture company Rypen helps businesses and homes grow piece by piece.
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Just as the all-black clothing look goes out of vogue come the end of January, so can your winter locks. Revolution Salon stylist and co-owner Sasha Zoghi says that with the onset of spring, clients are hungry for a change.
Over the last few years, the craft of homebrewing has been growing rapidly in popularity. Some are quick to attribute the rise to the DIY-everything mentality of millennials, but it’s clear that the passion for homebrewing and winemaking is bigger than the 20-somethings in your neighborhood.
Passionate about all things science, Joy Frestedt, PhD founded Frestedt Inc., a research consulting company, out of her home in 2008.
During the 2013–2014 school year, some St. Louis Park elementary schoolers got the opportunity to make a positive global impact—connecting their Minnesota classrooms to faraway Costa Rica.
Kinsey Scott, a freshman at St. Louis Park High School, has known she wanted to play the violin since she visited the Minnesota Orchestra’s Orchestra Hall in preschool, and she began lessons as soon as they were offered to her in fourth grade.
Ready for a style change-up? Stop by Revolution Salon, which opened in September in St. Louis Park. Husband-and-wife team Saeid Homayouni and Sasha Zoghi bring more than 25 years of combined experience to the salon. “We love St.
We found this photo in the archives of the historical society, labeled “Highway 12 and Park Place Blvd.” Really? As we do with all mystery photos, we posted it on Facebook, on our Flashbacks of St. Louis Park page.
St. Louis Park boasts excellent shopping—lucky us!—especially during the holidays. We’ve scoured the city and selected our favorite products, from locally sourced, handmade soaps to straight-from-Norway sweaters. Here are a few of our favorite things for every giftee on your list.
No, Marie Hartmann isn’t really loading coal into that potbellied stove. She’s just demonstrating how a station agent of yesteryear kept warm while working at the Milwaukee Road Depot. The depot was built in 1887, one year after St.
Amanda Ficek of Mama’s Happy has a saying in her household: “When Mama’s happy, everyone’s happy.” This timeless bit of wisdom inspired the name for the occasional store Ficek opened in Mound back in 2010, where she sells refurbished and up