Tiger Oak Publications is seeking web and social media interns to work in our Community Lifestyle Magazines group, which includes titles geared toward the Edina, Woodbury, Lake Minnetonka, St. Louis Park, White Bear Lake, Plymouth, Maple Grove, and Southwest Metro communities. Our raft of CLMs are fresh, engaging, and entertaining titles that offer interns and writers a broad range of experiences, including fact-checking, proofing, and writing. See the job description below for a detailed look at the position.
Tiger Oak Publications is seeking print interns to work in our Community Lifestyle Magazines group, which includes titles geared toward the Edina, Woodbury, Lake Minnetonka, St. Louis Park, White Bear Lake, Plymouth, Maple Grove and Southwest Metro communities. Our raft of CLMs are fresh, engaging and entertaining titles that offer interns and writers a broad range of experiences, including fact-checking, proofing and writing. See the job description below for a detailed look at the position.
Did you know that fall is the time of the lung and large intestine? At least in the world of Chinese Food Therapy it is. Jill Neukam of The Clinic of Acupuncture in Maple Grove integrates Chinese Food Therapy into her practice. Read her tips below to get your body ready for the fall—and winter—seasons, and check out the feature in our September issue (available Sept. 1 at maplegrovemag.com) to learn more about holistic health options in the Maple Grove area.
Our annual Prep Elite feature is one of the most popular stories we do each year, and it’s no wonder. Maple Grove is home to so many talented, hard-working and bright high school students.
Facebook now has the option of converting your profile to include your wishes to be an organ donor. John Barker, however, doesn’t need a click to show his willingness to help.
The Maple Grove man gave up his kidney to an acquaintance in July 2010. Hear about the happenstance that brought Barker together with his recipient and how it’s changed their lives for the better in the August issue of Maple Grove Magazine, available August 1 at maplegrovemag.com.
Until then, here’s Barker’s organ donor advice:
Are you hankering for a fresh, juicy tomato? Drooling for the perfect ear of sweet corn? How about dreaming of a warm pretzel with a hint of course salt and all its chewy goodness?
If so, it’s time to head to the Maple Grove Farmers Market, which takes place every Thursday from 3–7 p.m. in the parking lot of the Maple Grove Community Center. With everything from produce to flowers to honey to pretzels to frozen meats, there’s something for everyone.
Davanni’s has a win-win—actually, more of an eat-eat—deal for you. Donate some food, and they’ll feed not only you and yours, but those who really need it.
For the third consecutive year, Davanni’s is helping families in need by stocking the Emergency Foodshelf Network’s food shelves. Just bring in three nonperishable food items to any Davanni’s July 23 & 24 and you’ll receive a Solo One-Item (thin or traditional crust) or $4.98 off another item on the menu.
June 26 marked a night to remember at Rush Creek Golf Club. Our Best of Maple Grove and Plymouth event was off the chain, as we awarded the readers choice winners for 25 different categories!
After interviewing Linda Bauer, an on-call Maple Grove firefighter, I got to thinking about my own experience with fire. I was 20 years old and living with three other girls in a townhouse in Woodbury. It was a very cold January evening, and as we often did back in the day, we were having a Jafra skincare party with a bunch of our friends. We were laughing, carrying on, giving ourselves that Jafra glow, (and probably having a sip of wine or two) and just enjoying ourselves.