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“You’ve always got your girls and a bottle of wine,” owner of Wine Winks Heather Thomas says. She created the business in 2015 after years spent searching for the perfect hostess gift.
Some people might assume if an author started writing at 70, she would regret having not started sooner. That isn’t the case for Judy McConnell, now 84. McConnell acknowledges what she is writing about just wouldn’t be the same if she had started earlier.
Among the many treasures of Minneapolis’ Lake Street is a white building adorned with the letters HP. No, it’s not Harry Potter’s residence, but beyond its doors the Minneapolis community will still find work of a wizardly sort.
This past December, TwinWest Chamber of Commerce awarded 25 metro-area students a total of $32,500 in scholarships.
Jane Elias has always been involved in her community, whether it was her time spent traveling the U.S. as a professional muralist or volunteering at her children’s school. Once her children had grown up, Elias realized she needed to be doing something full-time again.
George E. Prine III knew there was more to life than this. “After 25 years in the hotel industry, I decided to make a change. It was a change that was passion driven. I wanted to be outside, and I loved plants and designing,” Prine says.
You may not be aware Dunwoody College of Technology approved a school of engineering in 2015, or that in 2016 it launched a bachelor of science degree program in mechanical engineering, followed by a bachelor of science in software engineering in 2017 and now, in 2018, plans for a bachelor of sci
The instances are few in which heralded Minnesota artist Mike Lynch becomes even close to talkative during an hour-long interview on a cold morning at the Groveland Gallery.