Health & Wellness

“There’s nobody doing what I’m doing in the country and that opens people’s eyes,” Kavita Mehta says about her unique cooking classes. Mehta’s classes at Ethnic Foods Co. provide an exclusive look into what cooking in other cultures is like.

A local business is celebrating 10 years of providing tasty and creative meals to families all over the Twin Cities and we got “the dish” on what staying successful means. Let’s Dish! allows customers to use their kitchen and prepare meals to serve to their families.

After seeking out spices for their kitchen and turning up empty handed when it came to finding exactly what they wanted, Jay and Jane Bunting of Rogers decided to solve the problem in a unique way: they created their own wholesale business and also create private label brands for companies such a

While driving across the metro area, you may have noticed Adopt-A-Street signs accompanied by a family or organization’s name. The program, which includes both streets and highways, began as an initiative to make the city of Minneapolis cleaner with the help of community members.

Searching for all of your tobacco needs?  Look no further than E Cig City and Smokers House, both of which have just opened their doors in the Maple Grove and Osseo communities.

Last November, Great Southern Bank opened a brand new location in Maple Grove. The bank sits on 7685 Zachary Lane, just behind Costco and Petsmart.

Drinking from a cactus may seem a prickly proposition, but the Maple Grove brother team of Prem and Om Padhye has created a company that endorses just that.

Channel your inner super hero and gain some confidence along the way. World Taekwondo Academy is offering a self-defense class for women ages 13 and up on March 1st at 10 a.m. The class will teach practical defensive moves that can be useful in any risky situation.

Maple Grove is full of great salons and boutiques so we decided to capture some of that magic with a makeover.

Gone are the days when kids wandered off to nearby parks, sans parental supervision, and played for hours on end. Father of three and Maple Grove resident Pat Ross noticed this and set out to create a new play-time destination: his own backyard.
   

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