I remember the day pretty clearly. Elementary school-aged me set up a music stand in our brightly-painted living room, my grandma and parents sitting on the couch in anticipation.
MINNETONKA — Colorful dancers twirled and dipped on the stage at Hopkins High School while the halls filled with the language of Tamil on Saturday, Jan. 18, for the Pongal Harvest Festival.
WAYZATA — The Wayzata Art Experience is taking a break this year due to road construction in downtown Wayzata, according to a Jan. 20 news release from the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce.
EXCELSIOR — The Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Historical Society is hosting a trivia night at Excelsior Brewing Company as part of its Tapping History series.
EXCELSIOR — Trees will be set up around Excelsior for people to decorate as part of the annual Giving Tree Project.
From the Grinch to a "Price is Right" contestants, Lake Minnetonka-area residents went all out with their Halloween costumes this year.
MINNETONKA —Two Lake Minnetonka-area residents brought home prizes from the Minnesota Watercolor Society Minnesota Dreamin’ fall membership exhibition.
Last week’s where the heck is it photo was taken of The Andrews Sisters Trail in downtown Mound. The trail is named after the Andrews Sisters singing group. LaVerne, Maxene and Patty Andrews grew up in Mound, spending all of their summers in the city from 1917 through 1931, living in a house…
MINNETONKA — Thousands of bicyclists — riding on everything from a penny-farthing to tandem and recumbent bikes to bikes pulling carriers and road bikes — took in the sights of the Lake Minnetonka area and beyond as they rode in the 14th annual Tour de Tonka.
HOPKINS — Queens, princesses and raspberry mascots paraded down Mainstreet in Hopkins on Sunday, July 21, to mark the end of the 2019 Raspberry Festival.
EXCELSIOR — Excelsior’s most anticipated shopping weekend was on full display Sunday afternoon. From booths at a flea market to rides on the Minneahaha Steamboat, to tents lining the sidewalks in front of stores, the craziness of the annual shopping weekend lived up to its name.
SPRING PARK — Norwegian seafood restaurant Vann is opening late July in Spring Park. The restaurant is Executive Chef Erik Skaar’s first, and pays a distinct homage to his heritage.
EXCELSIOR — The Old Log Theatre is bringing the Lake Minnetonka area back to April 27, 1994, with its current running play “Five Presidents."
The journalists/word nerds at Southwest News Media have some favorite books we've read on those quiet days by the lake and blistering hot days in the sun. If you're looking to expand your summer reading list, here are some suggestions to tuck in. Happy reading!
WAYZATA — Grab your picnic blanket and bug spray — it's time to take in some music at one of Lake Minnetonka's many parks. Here is a list of some of the concert series events going on this summer.
WAYZATA — One of the dishes at French restaurant Bellecour is descended from a chef in New York City, and before that, a chef in Lyon.
MINNETONKA — Minnetonka Theatre, from Minnetonka High School, is gearing up for their spring production of "The Scarlet Pimpernel." The musical is set in England and France during the French revolution.
Yanni is an easy-going, active orange tabby kitten born at the end of April 2018. He is friendly and affectionate with people he knows and is shy of strangers. For trusted people, he will jump into their lap and stay for short periods of time while you brush and pet him. He likes to sit next…
WAYZATA — The historic Section Foreman House in Wayzata is believed to be one of the last of its kind in the state, and there’s a push to make sure it stands for future generations.
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