A crisp October evening is best spent curled up with a warm beverage and a good book and we have just the recommendation for you. Leave No Trace by Mindy Mejia centers around a father and son who go missing in the wilderness of the Boundary Waters.
When school is out, picking up a book is often the last thing a kid wants to do, but Plymouth Library is here to help. With summer reading programs and events, get kids excited to crack open a new book.
Author and corporate guru Dan Rust has released his first novel, Workplace Poker, which helps professionals harness the extra skills necessary to propel themselves through their careers by navigating the ins and outs of the corporate environment.
Late last year, Larry Millett, former architecture critic at the St. Paul Pioneer Press and author of several books on historic homes, released a new book, Minnesota Modern, highlighting the architecture of mid-20th century homes in and around the Twin Cities.
When John Eliason started First Financial, he had no clients in a crowded industry. However, he recognized the tremendous opportunity in a competitive market. Now First Financial serves clients nationwide and has garnered a number of awards resulting from his unique business methods.
Watching her grandson play with the family dog inspired Anna Garcia Hyland to write a simple, educational book to help children learn the responsibilities of owning a dog.
Seven years ago, deep into his 25-year career as an ER physician, Tom Combs suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage that forced him to give up medicine and trade in his scalpel for a pen.
There’s a reason certain restaurants become classics— it’s because they are great. But what do we mean by “great,” and how did they get to be so? Ahhh. The answer’s a hard-to-pinpoint, know-it-when-you-see-it yet enchanting mix of atmosphere, food and service.
Right about now, we all could use a frosty drink. Whether it’s a boozy sipper, a meal-in-a-glass smoothie, a quenching soda or a simple slug of juice, midsummer is about hydration, cooling down and sipping at leisure. Needless to say, there are hundreds if not thousands of choices.
Nobody knows how to have a good time like the Irish do. Between the leprechauns with pots of gold and famous brews like Guinness and Jameson, they’ve got a lot going for them.
Sometimes the best foods are a little messy. Eating lobster usually means sporting a fashionable plastic bib to avoid dirtying your shirt, and when it comes to ribs—well, you might as well keep a roll of paper towels nearby. But the mess is usually worth the reward.