Last year’s Play for P.I.N.K. golf tournament at the Medina Country Club raised $40,000 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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Get your sweat on at Fly Feet Running while rocking its new fitness wear. Kristin Shane, owner of Fly Feet in Wayzata, says that as a fitness consumer, style is a big deal—as well as being comfortable.
A fixture in the community since 1959, the Plymouth Lions Club has consistently contributed to charitable causes.
Jason Fischer knows orchids well — he's been around them for most of his life. His father, Jerry Fischer, opened Orchids Limited in 1978 as a small orchid nursery in Minnetonka.
There are a full range of services when it comes to pet grooming—from a basic trim to hand stripping and full bath—that will leave a pet feeling pampered.
As the end of the holiday shopping season draws near, sometimes you’re left looking for the perfect gift for the last few people. If you have someone on your list who likes to cook, bake or brew beer—or anyone who finds themselves in the kitchen from time to time—we can help.
Josh Kruse was living in Iowa when his college friend Nick Netley asked him to move to Minnesota and open up a dog daycare and boarding facility with him.
This holiday season, Interfaith Outreach is asking area residents to press pause on material traditions to spend one night away from the comfort of their beds and devices in a new community-wide fundraising event called “The Bedless Night.” While this is a new event, it's the 22nd year that the
A local non-profit is seeking to capture the camaraderie within the local home brewer community and help make the world a better place, one beer at a time. Behind this idea is Plymouth resident and home brewer Josh Janos.
For years, Mallory Leider had been interested in starting her own business, but never seemed to be in a position to be able to do so. “I have been making handmade skincare products just for myself for 10 years,” says Leider, a Robbinsdale resident.
In 1956, Bob Raskob and his brothers were tired of traveling to neighboring towns when they felt like going out bowling or dancing with their wives. Their family dairy farm made it hard to stay away overnight — they had to milk the cows bright and early every morning.