July 2017 Woodbury Magazine

In the July issue three local interior designers put their unique spin on the same space.

The sighting of a bald eagle and its chick is a special experience. The female parent does the majority of the feeding and brooding while the male parent is the hunter and scavenger during the early week of the chick’s life.


Dave and Jeanne Mooty never planned on opening up their own restaurant, but they’ve been at it now for more than a decade.


If you were a fan of the 2001 film Legally Blonde, you are in luck.


The challenge:
Create a space around one simple item, a Monaco natural wood arm chair. Interior designers Sarah Olsen, Jenni Hoeffel and Marsha Anderson accepted our challenge, creating three unique spaces in the same corner of our photo studio.


Before I accepted my first real job as a morning news producer, before I said ‘I do’ to my farm boy-turned-city dweller husband, before I birthed three children of my own, I was just a knobby-kneed girl wearing a scrunchied side ponytail, tracing my name in the dusty dirt of a Woodbury softball f


With six children between them, sisters Lisa Amundson and Laurie Ambrose know the challenges of making healthy choices for their children.


When Michelle Miller started her college experience at the University of St. Thomas (UST), she knew that she wanted to be as involved as possible. But after four years, “involved” is an understatement.


As the summer draws to a close and the kids head back to school, one Woodbury neighborhood has one last hurrah to celebrate the warm weather and build community.


A new movie theater is coming to Woodbury Lakes Shopping Center.


Woodbury is a great place to live, and also a great place to work. Check out the list of our city’s top 10 employers from the city
of Woodbury’s survey of major employers.

1,209: South Washington County Schools

895: HealthEast

500: 3M

337: Summit Orthopedics


Recent Stillwater Area High School graduate Alexander Pavlicin of Woodbury got an opportunity of a lifetime last March. He participated in the United States Senate Youth Program for a week of education and activities about the U.S. government in Washington, D.C.


Snap and share your favorite Woodbury moments in the 19th annual Focus on Woodbury Photo Contest, sponsored by Woodbury Magazine. Each year we receive amazing images of Woodbury during the competition. Entries must be submitted online at woodburymag.com between August 1 and August 31.


Fourth of July is a time for fun and fireworks—and there’s nowhere better to spend your holiday than at the Woodbury Fourth of July Celebration at Bielenberg Sports Center. The event begins at 6 p.m.


If you’re looking for something fast and easy to bring on a picnic, Lunds & Byerlys has a lot of delicious options. Amy Goetz, food expert at Lunds & Byerlys, shares a few ideas:


Brynn Carlson wasn’t like most students in high school. From her 4.27 GPA to being the first girl ever to graduate early from St. Paul private school Cretin-Derham Hall (CDH), she’s always stood out—even as a kid.