While Top Dog Country Club has earned the unofficial title of the “un-kennel,” boasting Club Med-style digs for dogs when their owners are away, behind the hotel lies a cause that’s close to the owner’s heart
Shops & Business
February 14 is a day for romance—and a fragrant bouquet of flowers is a time-honored way of saying “I love you.” Red roses are popular, of course, but “Valentine’s Day is not just red roses,” says Mary Becker, wedding and event designer at Westdal
The creation of RuggedWrist was really a happy accident. Owner Tina Galle noticed her golden retriever, Hudson, had a collar that quickly began to rust and disintegrate after his romps in the great outdoors.
I seem to be perpetually searching for footwear that’s stylish, practical, comfortable and durable—is that really too much to ask? This winter, I might actually have found the elusive pair: the Inez boot, from Minnesota stalwart Red Wing Shoe Co. The Inez is western-inspired.
The holidays are behind us, leaving many a social media post of smitten friends basking in the glow of their shiny new engagement rings. And right about now—almost like clockwork—event planner Sarah Trotter’s phone starts ringing off the hook.
BoxLunch, a clothing and gift retailer specializing in pop culture-inspired items, opened its second Minnesota location at Ridgedale Center mall in August.
Sometimes the craziness of the holiday season takes the magic out of sourcing the perfect gifts for loved ones. So we talked with a few of our favorite local shop owners, who specialize in stocking beautiful, useful items, right here around the lake.
In 1996, Ann Nye and Ellie Temple had been working together at Frog Island Books in Excelsior for eight years. When the owner retired and closed up shop that year, Nye wanted to keep a bookstore alive in Excelsior. “Ann turned to me and said, ‘Ellie, we could do this,’” Temple says.
Craig Beal likes to say the most dangerous part of an African safari is the drive down Interstate 494 to get to the MSP airport.
Laurie Pohlad’s business, You Are Here Design, literally began with a vision.