Arts & Culture

The Woodbury Community Foundation celebrates its 10th anniversary with a spring gala offering more than the typical dinner and auction.

When organizers launched the Woodbury Community Expo in 2010, they weren’t quite sure what to expect.

Cathy Nickelson and Johannes (Yo) Louwers don’t use paint, brushes and canvas. But they are artists who create beautiful—albeit impermanent—works of art.

At first glance, it might appear that Mark Crea, executive director and CEO of Feed My Starving Children, and Minnesota Timberwolves president Chris Wright have nothing in common.

Let me hear you CHEER! For a sport that was once, well, relegated to the sidelines, cheerleading has seen a major growth spurt over the last 10 years in Woodbury.

Location, Location, Location. Anyone who’s ever bought a home knows this phrase; it usually implies the sacrifice that’s made to get the home of your dreams in your dream location.

If you’re not one of the lucky few to be jet-setting off to warmer weather and sandy beaches during spring break, have no fear. Woodbury offers lots of places to keep minds and bodies occupied while not in the classroom.

Although turntables are a thing of the past, albums are finding a new generation of fans. Woodbury Community Theatre’s The Drowsy Chaperone celebrates music’s transformative power. The show opens with a die-hard musical theater fan placing his favorite album on a turntable.

The transition from one home to the next often presents challenges. The city of Woodbury houses several senior home options for those looking to move.

A harrowing flight in a blizzard on January 17, 1960 almost wiped out the NBA’s Minneapolis Lakers franchise.

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