Erika James, Tattered Timber, woodworking, female woodworkers, artisan gifts

Woodworker Erika Jarnes builds handmade home décor, such as tables, serving trays and signs, out of reclaimed or recycled wood through her business, Tattered Timber.

The uses for Jellyfeet are innumerable. The non-latex covering worn over the foot proves useful when donned in locker rooms, a yoga class, swimming pools, hotel rooms or at airport security, and can be worn outdoors, with socks or barefoot.

Fascinated by life sciences and the medtech industry, Teri Woodwick Sides immersed herself in learning everything she could about the field for more than 25 years.

Alex Steinman began her business, Strong Like Mama, when she noticed a lack of working mom blogs and positive messages for children about working mothers.

Daniel Willing is a new addition to the Henningson & Snoxell law firm. His practice will focus on corporate, tax and employment law.
 “We are excited to expand our business and corporate law practice with Daniel’s addition to our team,” says president L. David Henningson.

It was around 4:30 a.m. Winter had silenced the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus. Amber Hegland and three other members of the women’s softball team, led by coach Lisa Bernstein, crept into the University Fieldhouse—a cavernous airplane hangar reserved for football practice.

Last October, Henningson & Snoxell welcomed attorney Adam J. Kaufman to the firm. Previously a partner at another Twin Cities law firm, Kaufman’s current practice will focus on estate planning, elder law and probate and estate administration.

From the first diaper change on, parenting only gets dirtier and more challenging. It’s a world that most people keep quiet, sending out cute photos and silly quotes that highlight the good instead of the infuriating.

Born and raised in South Minneapolis, Karen Jaeger has been a proud resident of Maple Grove for 27 years. However, she has gone far beyond simple citizenship. Jaeger has been elected, and re-elected, to the Maple Grove City Council for many terms.

On October 12th of 2012, KSTP meteorologist Ken Barlow surprised himself. With trembling hands, during an appearance on the Twin Cities Public Television show Almanac, Barlow made public that he lives with bipolar disorder.

Tracey Engleman and her husband were enjoying French food at a dinner party with friends in their Maple Grove neighborhood when she took a phone call. The caller told her she had won a prestigious artist fellowship from the McKnight Foundation.