This photo by 12-year-old Sam Karnuth took third place in the Activities & Events category of our 2018 Focus on Woodbury photo contest.
Arts & Culture
Wallpapers are meant for every room, every age and every surface.
Stage dogs are acting, dancing and barking their way into the theater.
Find your kids’ dream summer camps in and around Woodbury.
Catching up with new East Ridge High School activities director Sara Palodichuk.
Woodbury resident Rick Paukert creates heart-on-your-sleeve rock music with his band, Capital Sons.
Marilyn Myers remembers cold winters in a small cabin in northern Minnesota, heated only by a wood stove. With no electricity and only an outhouse, it was the epitome of rustic living.
Human kindness can manifest itself in many different ways. For Woodbury native Matt Broshat on his bicycle trip around the perimeter of the U.S., it took the form of a $50 can of bear repellent spray, given to Broshat by a local as he headed into the Cascade Mountains in Washington state.
“In middle school, we were required to read a short story called ‘Flowers for Algernon,’ a story about a not-so-bright man undergoing surgery to become a genius,” explains East Ridge High School senior Julie Ma.
Woodbury’s Bill Routt has no shortage of frequent flier miles: He retired from the Air Force several years ago, but hasn’t turned in his wings yet. We asked the experienced flier—and pilot—to share some of his memorable travel notes and tips with us.
Flowers and other plants are an important—if not entirely intuitive—part of a lot of décor that pops up around the holidays. Lauren Mathis, marketing and communications manager of Woodbury’s Woodlane Flowers, shares some tips to prepare and care for your winter floral creations.