July 2022

In our annual Best of Woodbury issue, we’re celebrating our local community theaters. “All the world’s a stage.” —William Shakespeare

Read the digital edition.

Meet your winners for Best of Woodbury 2022

Say “Congratulations!” to your favorite area businesses.

High school students perform The SpongeBob Musical

Give a round of applause for these local theater venues.

Donut with sprinkles

Something sweet is calling your name, and you do-nut want to miss it!

Kids playing on a slip and slide

From professionals to hobbyists, photographers are encouraged to enter our annual contest.

Woodbury Heritage House

The Woodbury Heritage Society celebrates and preserves the community.

Hand flipping porkchops on the grill

What’s the word on your grilling skills?

Portrait of Roxanne Potter

Pomegranate Interiors continues business with Roxanne Potter at the helm.

Kids play at a colorful playground

Take a day to play at these spaces around town.

Old hands holding young hands

Stephen R. Covey noted, “Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.”

Novel 'Atomic Habits' Bookcover

Do you have a bad habit you’d like to break? Or perhaps a good one you’re looking to adopt? If so, I highly recommend Atomic Habits by James Clear. I listened to the audiobook (six hours in total), which was easily digestible and interesting.

Homemade Pizza

I think pizza is by far one of the best things you can make on an outdoor grill. During the summer, I grill pizza at least once a week. Our bakery makes the best fresh pizza dough—which is the hardest part about homemade pizza.

Folded pile of jean jackets

My go-to, favorite layering piece is a denim jacket. A denim jacket is a classic piece that fits all styles, budgets and seasons. This versatile piece can be layered over tank tops and dresses in the summer and lightweight sweaters or long sleeve tees in the cooler months.

July 2022 Woodbury Magazine

Although I wouldn’t call myself a fanatic, I enjoy a show every now and then. My first Broadway performance was The Lion King, which I saw on the big stage in New York City—it was beautiful, seemingly effortless and certainly a spectacle. That was in spring 2012, and though I haven’t seen another Broadway show, I’ve been to many high school stage productions and have enjoyed streaming productions—Hamilton, anyone?