POSTED Tuesday, August 5

Located in the Mill District of downtown Minneapolis, Tiger Oak Media publishes more than 30 regional print magazines, with corresponding digital media, including digital editions, e-newsletters and sophisticated websites. For more information, visit


POSTED Tuesday, June 10

Maple Grove is the newest chapter to join the Minnesota Lyme Association. The local chapter, which meets on the third Wednesday of each month, will host presentations and bring in experts concerning Lyme-related issues.

MLA-Maple Grove will also provide opportunities for small group and private discussions regarding the challenges and complexities associated with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the tick-borne disease.

POSTED Thursday, June 5

Academic awards are extremely difficult to earn. But for a lucky few there's a tangible reward for those stressful hours spent hitting the books, making the extra effort worth it.

Maple Grove’s Zoe Tu would agree. Tu was selected as a 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholar, truly one of the highest honors a student can receive, this spring. Tu, a senior at Wayzata High School, was one of three students from Minnesota to be named a Presidential Scholar. This year, only 141 students across America were given the honor, becoming the 50th class of Presidential Scholars.

POSTED Saturday, April 19

Full of family-friendly fun, the Maple Grove Geocache Adventure will expose an entirely new side of the city in which we live. You'll learn things about your surroundings that you never imagined and visit places you didn't know existed. You may even meet a fellow adventurer who has come to town to join in on the fun (just be careful not to give away your most recent secret find).

POSTED Thursday, April 10
Silver Roots, Gooseberry

A photography show featuring Will Agar (photographer and instructor at North Hennepin Community College) and Matthew Scherfenberg, photographer

This event is FREE and the public is invited to attend.
The photography show runs April 4 - 28, 2014.
Please check website for open gallery hours
Opening reception Friday, April 11, 6:00 –10:00 p.m.
Light painting demonstration by Matthew Scherfenberg
Maple Grove Arts Center, 7916 Main Street N, Maple Grove
763-250 1016

POSTED Monday, January 27

With two much larger brothers growing up, I scampered away from fights. I never could get up on water skis. We have a pool in my backyard and a cabin up north where swimming is recreational and relaxing. I have never won a gold medal. Athletes and Maple Grove area residents Amanda Bluford, Jenny Kaldor and Madison Rundell earned the latter in taekwondo, water skiing and swimming last year.

After chatting with the three young athletes, I learned that age is just a number. All three experienced incredible achievements last year. As a 22-year-old, all are also younger than I am.

POSTED Wednesday, November 27

Maple Grove Magazine is hiring a web-based writer, content manager and social media specialist for a six-month term as the primary shepherd of our title on the web. This intern-level position is perfect for university students or recent graduates in the fields of journalism, media, writing, marketing and more. This position reports to web editor Alex Gaterud; read the job description below.

POSTED Wednesday, November 13

Welcome to the new Maple Grove Magazine website! We are thrilled to unveil this radical makeover after nearly a year of dreaming, planning, coding and tweaking. We hope you enjoy the new look as much as we do.

During the process of coming up with this design, we came up with a few words that describe our monthly magazine. Engaging. Catchy. Open. Clean. Forward.

POSTED Wednesday, October 30

Yesterday, I learned to color my own hair. Not from the side of a box found in a friendly pharmacy aisle, mind you, but from the professional color advisers and educators at dpHUE, previously located next door in Maple Grove and now exclusively online and in Edina at 50th and France.

POSTED Friday, April 26

Tiger Oak Publications is looking for the next editor of one of our community lifestyle magazines. If you love the content and profiles in these titles as much as we do, and think you have the stuff it takes to provide in-the-know content and commentary, check out the job description here. Please send a resume, cover letter and three recent writing samples to senior editor Julie Pfitzinger at