Many Minnesotans love anything on a stick (à la the Minnesota State Fair food extravaganza), so why shouldn’t celebration proclamations get the same treatment?
February 11 holds its place in history as the birthday of Thomas Edison.
St. Vincent de Paul might not be the biggest parish in Minnesota, but they sure throw one massive Christmas bazaar. This year, the event will include more than 90 craft makers from across the Midwest who hope to showcase their work.
Todd Lambright has the look: Tattoos cover his arms and neck. His head is shaved bald. A long goatee falls from his chin. If you were to meet him on the street and he told you he’s a tattoo artist, you’d hardly be surprised.
With some of the finest oils and vinegars in the area already in their arsenal, owner Terri Chaffer and her team decided to spice things up.
For many, the task of de-cluttering, organizing, or packing for a big move is exhausting. But for Jerome LaRochelle and Colleen and Erick Osburn, it’s all in a day’s work.
The iconic diner-style home cooking that Henry Lange and his crew have made famous in the Maple Grove area has been given the space that it deserves.
For many folks, the prospect of hair removal can be a little intimidating. And even though more men are venturing into salons these days (traditionally thought of as ladies-only spaces), taking the plunge is scary and often a little painful.
Maple Grove’s self-proclaimed “upscale thrift store”, Earth Exchange, gives customers discounts for their donations (think Goodwill with a Plato’s closet twist). Depending on the quantity and quality of merchandise, you can receive a coupon for up to 50 percent off in the store.
Get all dressed up, grab your friends, and head to Girl’s Night Out on October 2, an annual fundraiser that benefits Hope Chest for Breast Cancer. The organization provides funding for education, research and treatment for women in the Twin Cities who are fighting breast cancer.