Health & Wellness

Looking through a frosted window on a cold winter morning may cause some to crawl back under the covers, but for painter and graphic designer Bill Moeger, it’s reason to create something beautiful.

Long, luxurious lashes may seem like only a dream to some.

Kris Roach swears by the power of detox dieting. Fourteen years ago she suffered from Candida, a chronic gut-lining condition, and had forgotten what it felt like to be healthy.

Crazed moms on the go and mothers-to-be have dozens of local options for connecting with other parents, taking a little me time and finding healthier, simpler ways to live.

The bonds between performers are strong, but the bonds between theatre communities offstage can be even stronger. That tight-knit group is coming together to help Carl Lee, the director of marketing & theatrical programming at the Hennepin Theatre Trust, who has been seriously ill for weeks.

If you’d like to introduce your children to sushi, but don’t want to jump in the deep end with something like the Playboy Roll, check out the parent and child Sushi 101 class at Way Cool Cooking School in Eden Prairie.

When Neil Wagner was growing up in Eden Prairie, he shared a dream with countless American kids: playing major-league baseball. Unlike most of his young teammates, he’s now getting the chance to live that dream.

The southwest metro is home to many beautiful beaches, from triathlon-friendly lakes and rustic, natural stretches of sand, to clay-hole swimming dives and chlorinated ponds. Here’s the scoop on where you can enjoy those lazy summer days this year. Chanhassen Lake Ann Beach on Lake Ann1456 W.

Is there anything more serenity-inducing than gliding across the water on a sunny, summer day? Minnesotans have traditionally used boats, canoes or kayaks to achieve that state of summertime zen. But a new method is quickly gaining in popularity: stand-up paddle boarding (SUP).

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