May 2015

In the May 2015 issue of Woodbury Magazine, you'll find restaurants with bacon specialty dishes, learn how St. Paul Saints manager makes baseball fun, and three local healthcare providers that grew up in Woodbury.

By Misa Chappell
The bacon craze shows no signs of slowing down.
Ze’s Diner opens a new fifties-themed restaurant in Eagle Valley Marketplace.
A local surgeon, a nurse and a medical student on growing up in Woodbury.
By Dan Emerson
Local skaters carve, grind, gap and slide at the Ojibway Park Skate Plaza.
By Christie Denson
Here’s a summer sports roundup of some popular city of Woodbury programs.
Woodwinds Health Campus’ outstanding work with babies and their mothers results in a national certification as a ‘Baby-Friendly’ birth facility.
By Eric D. Johnson
Each spring, high school seniors from around Woodbury get together to help out in the community.
By Eric D. Johnson
The South Washington County Telecommunications Commission brings local television programming to Woodbury residents.
Woodbury High School’s annual cabaret show will take you somewhere.
By Debbie Musser
Woodbury feeds the hungry at home and abroad at huge October event.
By Debbie Musser
Woodbury Lakes Girls’ Night Out set for June 4.
Two new additions to Bielenberg Sports Center will create the perfect place to play for everyone.
Tips and guidelines to follow when that scary situation comes up.
Orthology’s methodology of team collaboration comes to Woodbury.
St. Paul Saints general manager Derek Sharrer and the Saints are coming closer to his Woodbury home with the new downtown St. Paul ballpark.