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In the May issue of Southwest Metro Magazine, we've interviewed Chanhassen's Natalie Twinning as part two in our three-part gardening series.  Her whimsical yet rustic space will not disappoint!

In the April issue of Southwest Metro Magazine, you'll learn all about great gardens in our communities, plus sample of of the area's best sandwiches. Mark your calendars for one of our great runs and walks, and take a look inside the studio of a talented woodworker. Grab a copy today!

In the February issue of Southwest Metro Magazine, we've consulted some of our favorite stylists and beauty experts in local salons for their tips, secrets and products that have them looking and feeling their best. We've collected the results and have put together a great guide for your enjoyment. We also check in with Chaska artist Richard Kochenash, who has opened his studio to students and the public, and chart the progress of the newly expanded Two Twelve Medical Center. Our Restaurants section is all about the great mac and cheese dishes you can enjoy in local eateries.

In this month's issue of Southwest Metro Magazine, you've learn all about the art of renovating your home in stages, as well as a family who's been in the interior design industry for three generations.  In addition, we have a profile on the facinating Machtenes family, who runs a maple syrup business near the shores of Lake Waconia.  Check it out!

In the January 2014 issue of Southwest Metro Magazine, you'll meet the mayors of the five southwest metro communities: Eden Prairie, Chaska, Waconia, Chanhassen and Victoria. Get to know your civic leaders at home and at work in our new feature, plus find the best kids' martial arts studios in the southwest metro. You'll also find recipes, profiles and events in the latest issue.

In the December issue of Southwest Metro Magazine, you'll learn about the history of Bring It! Studios, a Chanhassen fitness studio founded by three motivated moms. You'll find recipes galore in our feature about entertaining guests with small plates and appetizers, plus advice from local food and wine experts. A local author discovers it's never too late to fulfill your dreams, high-tech homes catch on in our communities and three local baristas share their coffee and tea stories. Pick up a copy today!

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