Arts & Culture

In July, attendees at Woodbury Parks & Recreation’s Half-Pint Safety Camp got to learn about first responders, climb into cool vehicles like fire trucks, and more.

It’s the 100-year project, otherwise known as your house. Potential projects continually manifest; some are small and some require a complete overhaul.

The Peanuts gang is coming to the Loft Stage and everyone has a musical bone in their body–not just Beethoven fan Schroeder.

Freelance art director and graphic designer Dee Dee Davis was at her Woodbury home on a September afternoon, looking through her kitchen window, when she noticed some activity.

Gone are the days of formal living rooms and dining rooms, as current trends for open concept spaces reflect the more casual and multi-functional lifestyle of today’s families. As a result, many owners of older homes are left with rooms that don’t function well.

Woodbury author Kerstin March offers an apt description of the June launch of her first novel, Family Trees.

Twelve years ago, Diane Bjorkman and husband Bill Lehman took over Gentle Transitions (GT), a senior move management company serving the metro and outlying areas since 1990.

I admit that I am very fond of this particular photo. The subjects are two special people in my life: my granddaughter, Mia Musser, with her mother—my daughter-in-law—Katie. The peaceful scene was snapped by Katie’s father, Steve Kobayashi, using a Canon 60D camera with a 28 mm lens.

Most people don’t spend much time thinking about where their cable television comes from (at least until the bill arrives).

Whether it’s a literal physical place or a metaphorical state of mind, a destination is a special location. That’s why this year’s theme for Woodbury High School’s cabaret show is just that: Destination.

Sometimes, success is not all about the planning. Angie Hare, who captured this photo of her son Jack’s Woodbury traveling baseball team, calls this photo “dumb luck.” Forest fires, happening nearby in Canada, created brilliantly colored skies, and the lighting cast a friendly glow on the field.

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