Arts & Culture

A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

It was 2017. Woodbury’s Kate Swenson pulled into a parking spot at work, turned a camera on herself and hit the record button. She had to talk, she had to share and she had to cry.

Gardening Goats

Goats. You’ve seen them at the zoo; you’ve seen them in the mountains out west; you might even eat goat cheese derived from goat’s milk. They’re an animal everyone is familiar with, but there’s one task some goats do that people aren’t as familiar with: landscaping.

Curb Appeal

Crafting unique floral arrangements for the doorsteps and porches of Woodbury residents is the mission of Liberty Erickson.

First Time on Two Wheels!

What stands out in David Augustson’s second place photo winner is the joy and excitement in his son’s smile.

remodel of a Lake Elmo home

Local homeowner Christa first heard about Interior Impressions through friends, but the recommendation stuck in her mind years later when she moved to Lake Elmo with her family.

Aleisha Nelson

Trading in cold Minnesota winters for sunny California is many Midwesterners’ dream. Aleisha Nelson made that dream come true nine years ago when she moved from Shoreview, Minnesota, to Santa Clara, California, to pursue a degree in computer science.

Wesley Ross

For Wesley Ross and Anneteke Adoga, leadership comes naturally.

Beyond Apartments kitchen

Continuing to redefine apartment living for Woodbury residents is the new two-building complex, Beyond Apartments by Core Living.

Owls: Our Most Charming Bird

Discover a nonfiction bird book that unexpectedly reads like a birder’s own illustrated nature journal. In this book, Matt Sewell documents over 45 unique owls ranging from the African Wood Owl to the Verreaux’s Eagle-Owl.

Bellies to the Sky

Local author Colleen Canning describes her new children’s book Bellies to the Sky as “an excellent way to teach children, and anyone who is reading, how to use our breath to relax and slow down.” The book is told b

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