Pam Corlett takes her camera whenever she goes outside to tend her garden or relax on the patio. She likes to take shots close-up because they reveal intricate patterns and sometimes the unexpected ant or dragonfly amongst the blooms.
So long to braised short ribs, Bolognese and beef stew. It’s time for spring! We have visions of salads and flatbreads and quiche dancing through our heads. We also have the lowdown on a variety of dishes from local restaurants that’ll have you feeling ready for the onset of the spring season.
As the signs of spring set in, you may be itching to start planting, but take some sage advice from two local master gardeners who recommend using this month to get ready for the approaching growing season. There is plenty to be done. Grab your gloves and let the season begin!
Laurie Whitt had a motto, a philosophy that guided her during her much-too-short life that spanned a mere 47 years: Live, Laugh, Love. But unlike most folks who only give those words lip service, she actually lived it.
Maple Grove resident Scott Dorn doesn’t take his exercise routine lightly. He’s in the gym five days a week for an hour without fail and maintains a strict diet on top of that. Dorn isn’t just your average athlete, though.
Four grown men are arguing over who would win in a back-alley brawl between their respective employers at Maple Grove’s Starbucks Coffee at 8 a.m. on a Thursday. They fire shots back and forth over the table in an endless barrage of colleague namedrops.