The Firefly Sisterhood is a is a statewide, nonprofit organization that fosters connections between women (and men) who’ve been recently diagnosed with breast cancer and breast cancer survivors.
Health & Wellness
Tired of the buzzing rhythm of daily life and seek a relaxing and intimate retreat with your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day?
For Ben Husaby, the path to cross-country skiing in two Olympics began as a boy growing up in Eden Prairie. “I would go out near the old high school (now Central Middle School) and pack down trails,” says Husaby, now living in Bend, Ore.
To some people beyond our borders, Minnesota is known as the land of snow and ice—a land of hearty folks wearing flannel shirts, serving up hot dishes and befriending an affable oversized, blue ox. But anyone who lives here or has simply spent time in Minnesota, knows we are so, so much more.
For many of us, our attention turns to the Olympics only after its advertisements start popping up on television. But for a select number of elite athletes, their focus on Olympic games is laser sharp. Always.
Since moving off Main Street in Hopkins, the former Main Street School of Performing Arts (MSSPA) has adopted a new name along with its new home in Eden Prairie.
Amy and Jesse Hudson were unlikely exercisers, so they opened a gym for similar people. Now in their late 30s and back in Minnesota after living in Illinois, they’re in the best shape since their 20s.
Nathan Servey’s, D.C., path to holistic health started long before he became a chiropractor.
Consider how the city of Eden Prairie, Purgatory Creek and Red Rock Lake received their monikers.
Situated outside of the Moravian Church, the Little Free Pantry in Chaska, established and maintained by Girl Scout Troop No. 15554, has been projecting warmth to people in the neighborhood.