Arts & Culture

The Woodbury Chamber held its annual Community Awards Gala in January at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in St. Paul. In addition to the awards program, the gavel was passed to the new board chair and guests enjoyed dinner, auctions, music and more.

A woman reads a book on her newly remodeled patio.

Whether you’re building a home from the blueprints of your dreams or remodeling a house to suit your family’s needs and wants, we want to help you relax.

Sandell Family, Olivia & Steve Sandell, Family, Woodbury, People

We sat down with State Rep. Stephen Sandell—and his granddaughter, Tiny Miss Princess of America Olivia Sandell—to talk about hard work, family values and their goals for the coming year.

The Carlsons, a Woodbury couple who spent 184 days in Europe across six countries, traveling only by bike.

The Carlsons, both in their 60s, are committed to staying active and exploring parts of the world they haven’t seen before.

Stepping Stones Early Learning Center owner Aaron Nelson and teacher Bri O’Brien gather with students.

The new owner of Stepping Stones Early Learning Center has a heart for early-childhood education.

A pillow and sheets sit organized on shelves, ready for tidying up before a downsizing move.

Moving and downsizing can be stressful. How do you scale back years of accumulated stuff and decide what works in your new home?

Palm leaves colored in the Pantone Color of the Year, Living Coral

How “trendy” colors are chosen.

The cover of "Yes Chef" by Marcus Samuelsson

Marcus Samuelsson is a renowned Ethiopian-Swedish chef and restauranteur who, among other accolades, was the guest chef for Barack Obama’s first state dinner at the White House in 2009.

Here are some of the best reader submitted photos from this year's Hudson Hot Air Affair. The mid-winter event has been delighting spectators for 30 years. This year's theme was Pirates Fly’n the Croix-Ribbean. 

In September, Woodbury Lakes shopping center hosted a grand “re-opening” celebration to mark the culmination of significant redevelopment and additions in the past few years, including a huge

Woodbury’s beloved Puppet Wagon heralded summer 2018 with a series of performances at local parks, neighborhoods and events. The lively performances, including silly songs and stories, run about eight minutes each, making them the perfect length for tiny tots’ attention spans.

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