We’ve culled a list of items from area retailers (local and across the Metro) that will help keep your boating day “on an even keel.”
Shops & Business
On a cloudy and windy day, Woodbury paramedic Ron Hawkins spent time at the Lions Veterans Memorial.
“It was the day before Memorial Day, and I was enjoying the beautiful memorial by myself until I noticed the turtle appreciating the area as well,” Hawkins says.
For those who haven’t thought much about it, it’s one of the fashion industry’s best-kept secrets: Sizing is a relatively new concept, built up out of necessity for uniformity with the advent of soldiers’ uniforms during the previous century’s world wars, then ballooning through the big-box boom.
As much as parenting young children is rewarding and joyful, it can also at times be overwhelming.
Gift giving, whether it’s for a secret-santa work acquaintance or a beloved spouse, takes some thought. To help you get started, we’ve put together some of our favorite items from local shop Patina, all with broad appeal (and a reasonable price point, too).
According to the World Health Organization, anxiety disorders are the most common mental health challenges in the U.S. and they impact young people, who are often less equipped than adults to handle stress or to help friends who might be suffering from anxiety.
After losing their basset hound of 14 years, Woodbury residents John and Jeanne Segar knew they didn’t want another long, full-time commitment to a dog as they neared retirement with travel plans.
Winter, especially Minnesotan winter, brings with it not only below freezing temperatures, but also a heap of beauty problems including dry and frizzy hair.
Settle down after the chaos of Black Friday shopping with a more low-key experience: take part in Small Business Saturday events at local shops on November 24.
Lynn Thoele, owner of local business Sparkle Plenty Cleaners, works with a nonprofit, Cleaning For A Reason, to offer free house cleaning for women undergoing cancer treatment in Woodbury, St.
For Joy Sorich, Woodbury resident and the owner of online tea business Cup of Joy, each day begins and ends with a cup of tea. “It's one of the ways I feed my soul and honor my body,” Sorich says.