Arts & Culture

In September, Minnetonka High School rolled out its annual homecoming parade to celebrate the MHS community. Photographer Jim Douglas says the parade drew the biggest crowd he can remember. “The crowd was nine deep along Water Street.”

If you’ve driven on Highway 7 at night and happened past Excelsior United Methodist Church, you might already know the work of artist Dieterich Spahn. “We often get comments from passers-by,” says pastor Katie Schneider-Bryan.

“We work so you can dream.” That’s the founding principle of The Creative’s Counsel, a division of Reece Law firm.

Lebanon is a country with countless religious groups and prominent Christian and Muslim populations. Growing up there, Hanadi Chehabeddine had friends with dramatically different religious beliefs and customs.

Four years ago, then-newlyweds Katie Diederichs and Ben Zweber quit their full-time jobs, loaded up a backpack each and boarded a cheap flight to Colombia. Their plan was to spend three months backpacking throughout South America, but even now, their adventure has yet to really end.

In 1968, Hopkins Montessori School welcomed its inaugural class of preschoolers. Nearly 50 years later, the school is still thriving.

The blogger behind Grin and Cook It is a happy chef. Lake Minnetonka resident Martin Greenberger cooks for his family, friends and even friends of friends.

Every year, the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce dedicates two days to local art and artists.

Dating apps today can be a sketchy place—and occasionally, a slew of potential daters lying about their identities, marital statuses and more.

These days, pilots Kathy Rauth and her daughter Sarah Polovitz spend most of their time on the ground.

A studio art tour combines some of the best elements of a community: the chance to meet new neighbors, buy locally made goods, peruse beautiful artwork in a cool setting, and explore new corners of town.

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