Dr. Phillip Ecker of Minnesota Dermatology (part of Pinnacle Dermatology) offers tips to help athletes protect their skin.
Health & Wellness
Seventy-eight years ago, four golfing teachers opened a modest general store in town.
The annual essay contest sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution yielded a young and talented winner in current Wayzata High School freshman Kristen Busch.
You’re getting ready for a night on the town, and that one chunk of hair just won’t obey the flat-iron tonight.
Before or after a long, stressful day, a massage can do wonders for relaxing tight muscles. But scheduling several massage appointments adds up quickly, in terms of money and time.
Service options for a revitalizing day at the spa just doubled, thanks to last year’s opening of Metro Life Medspa in the heart of Plymouth.
For many Plymouth parents, a night out is a rare occurrence. So we set out to identify some of the easier ways moms and dads can step out on the town for interruption-free conversation at a sit-down restaurant.
Stand-up paddle boarding is for you: yes, you. Regardless of your age, fitness type or level of comfort in the water, you can enjoy—and succeed at—paddle boarding. As its name suggests, in stand-up paddle boarding (SUP), the participant stands on a board, much like a surfer would.
Suffering from insomnia? Read this for a quick cure: Stormwater runoff. Infiltration. Watershed management . Asleep yet? Now try this: Shrinking back yards. Stinky creeks. Flooded basements. Kind of wakes you up again, doesn’t it?
Do some laps at Lifetime Fitness Get busy toning your physique in the lap pool or sail down the slides in the leisure pool. Residents free; non-residents $30 or $15 with a member.
Thrill seekers get ready: Summer in Minnesota is a great time to get out on the water. Not only in a boat, but behind a boat, cutting a wake on a lake.