Shops & Business

Local resident Brian Murphy and president of Independent Pet Partners (IPP), owners of Chuck & Don’s, relocated its headquarters to Woodbury in August 2020.

Paw Patrol

Bringing the community together just seven years ago, manager of the Lake Elmo Farmers Market Jill Lundgren developed the market as a way to unite business with philanthropy.

In Style

For boutique co-owners Laura Polanski and Jill Shea, it’s their passion of “being a force for good” that drives their business.

Spring Closet Refresh

Spring is here and with it comes spring cleaning and reorganizing of our homes, but how often are we going through our closets and giving them a little refresh? I recommend going through your wardrobe twice a year to edit it down and make getting ready more enjoyable.

Sign Gypsies' personalized yard greeting signs

When Woodbury native Maureen Isbell moved home from Dallas, she brought the notion that everything’s bigger in Texas to the lawns of Minnesota nice.

Hope Dental Clinic lobby

Since its inception as a program of the Twin Cities Union Gospel Mission in 1965 to its transition to an independent nonprofit in 2017, Hope Dental Clinic has remained true to its mission of providing dental care to those without insurance.

Anna Hagen and her sister Nikki Hollerich

Woodbury local Anna Hagen says she and her sister Nikki Hollerich have always been crafty; “We like to joke that we’ve made every craft in JOANN Fabrics,” Hagen says.

Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping

Providing extreme support, encouragement and results in a judgement free zone, Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping is a boutique gym that works to empower individuals—both physically and emotionally.

Patina pox

the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated small businesses across the country, but local retailer Patina, a business that has been serving the Twin Cities for over 25 years, has continued to be a hub for all things home décor, gifts and more through

Research indicates the most successful training for dogs incorporates a food or toy/play reward. Most dogs are food motivated but some would rather play with a tug toy or ball. Both can be positive rewards.

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