While Sara Swan has over two decades of experience in special education, she initially didn’t have plans to turn a one-off mentorship into a full-fledged organization.
Health & Wellness
For Maple Grove’s Jonathan Griebel, cycling is a fun way to stay in shape and
enjoy the great outdoors. But don’t be fooled—although this humble grandfather
calls himself a “recreational cyclist,” his bike resume is pretty impressive.
When 16-year-old local teen Elle Gaudette applied to attend a week-long
aerial ski camp last summer, she had no idea that she was changing the course of
her life. Upon completion of the camp Gaudette was selected by the U.S.
Every year Nadia Cakes offers unicorn poop cupcakes on April 1. “This is a huge event at the shop, and people go nuts over these.
“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.