September 2011

Weddings | Art

Cars are a common commodity these days. Coffee is far from rare. But Cars & Coffee, as it relates to a popular Minnesota car show (MN C&C), is the only event of its kind in the state.

 

 “Education is changing, and the way we deliver education is changing,” says Sally Knaeble of the Family Center, an Eden Prairie preschool.

 

When Deb Zeller of Victoria walked around her yard with her 60mm lens, she didn’t expect that a dandelion would be her subject for the day.

 

It never fails. The end of summer sets in and suddenly it feels like all work and no play. When your schedule is packed with back-to-school activities or long days at the office, it can be a drag trying to nail down your dinner plans.

 

When most people are hungry and too tired to cook, they turn to the pizza guy to do the work. But not Luke Katuin, owner of FNS Delivers.

 

Remember that ordinary orange life vest of summers past? You know, the faded one that used to hang on a nail all year long until a brief window of Minnesota sunshine beckoned your family to the cabin.

 

For a while Ashley Fox was an artist without a medium. She explored sculpture and painting, but she was never quite happy with her artistic results — that is, until she started working with flowers.

 

Once Bill Roddy, of Eden Prairie, started writing, he couldn’t stop. “It just came pouring out of me, this flood of memories and emotions,” says the 54-year-old co-founder of the Osiris Organization.

 

Perfectly manicured lawns, rock walls, goldfish ponds and foliage to die for – how does everyone in the neighborhood have a picturesque backyard? Landscapers.

 

Katherine Seger still finds inspiration in the landscapes and landmarks of Eden Prairie, the community she has called home for more than 20 years.

 

Traveling with Pomegranates: A mother-daughter story

By Sue Monk Kidd and Ann Kidd Taylor

Recommended by Gloria Cramer

 

Find amazing prices on new and barely used décor, gowns, accessories and more at Bride To Be Consignment.

 

After a scare with thyroid cancer in 2004, Bloomington resident Peggy Paul noticed the lack of holistic online support for women. Five years later, Paul launched shetaxi.com.

 

From birthday parties to bridal showers, Beadville USA offers a perfect place for your next gathering with the girls. Owner Bobbie Wikre or one of her experienced helpers will assist in bead selection and stringing.

 

Touch Boutique offers elegant sleepwear and lingerie, intimate accessories, and massage candles and oils in a beautiful and dignified setting, but it doesn’t end there.