In the April issue of Woodbury Magazine you'll find Primp's spring fashion tips, learn about homegrown business Woodlane Flowers, and explore new ways to spice up your breakfast.

Back in India, Srilekha Senthil started taking photos while in college; she has a strong interest in the arts, doing all types of painting, clay modeling and paper quilling earrings as well as folk dance choreography. She has lived in Woodbury with her family for the past three years.


We’ve heard about the importance of a daily breakfast so often that the joy has been sucked out of the meal altogether. The happy vision of fluffy pancakes or sunny fried eggs has faded; breakfast has become the dreaded spoonful of medicine, commanded by a wagging finger.


enjoyed the Woodbury Community Theatre production of Pippi Longstocking at the Black Box Theater at East Ridge High


eighth and ninth graders of King of Kings Lutheran Church hosted a pancake
breakfast to raise funds for future mission trips.


Over a year removed from the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Russia, we’re so ready to jump back into the world of figure skating.


Yes, master gardeners have green thumbs and gorgeous, bountiful gardens. But did you know that they give back to the community through volunteer commitments such as teaching classes, answering questions about home horticulture and spearheading community gardens?


Michele Gudmundson and Wesley Uthus, co-owners of Primp Cheap Chic Boutique, saw their business double in size last year, taking their affordable fashion boutique from three locations to six in just nine months.


May 7, 8 and 9: a weekend circled on many calendars in Woodbury. The fishing opener? Yes. Mother’s Day? Yes.


For the average golfer, the sport is a leisurely activity for weekends or the occasional summer evening. At Eagle Valley, the city of Woodbury course, the men’s team took the leisurely sport and turned it into a championship.


Still in its original location since 1978, Woodlane Flowers is one of Woodbury’s oldest family businesses.


Any time a high school baseball team wins a state championship, there are plenty of stories to tell.


With only around 94 days of actual summer, and often unpredictable fall and spring weather, we Minnesotans have learned to pack a lot of baseball into a little bit of time.


For many years, the Woodbury Area Prayer Breakfast has brought the community together for an inspiring morning of faith and learning. The legacy will continue this year with the breakfast set for 7 a.m.


Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest is one of the most widely performed plays in the country. Why?


April showers bring May flowers....if only it were that easy! Ryan McEnaney, public relations and communications specialist at Bailey Nurseries, helps us solve our greatest spring gardening queries.


Over the past 20 years, Woodbury has tripled in size.


Posh Pooch Pet Salon and Boutique has existed for a little less than 10 years, but it’s quickly become an established fixture of Woodbury. From the edge of Afton to the cusp of I-94, tails wag feverishly at its mention.