Community

This nondescript building, located just west of the electrical substation on Lake Street, may look like any other, but it has a story that is still shrouded by myth.

Reverend Barbara Martin (“Pastor Barb”) is the new minister for the oldest church in town—Union Congregational Church. Actually, Union Church is older than the city of St. Louis Park itself, but longevity alone doesn’t guarantee a bright future.

Kim Madrid and her daughter, Sofia, (a third-grader at Susan Lindgren Elementary) hiked to the Lower Falls, North Rim at Yellowstone National Park.

When Mardoqueo Charuc captured this action shot of his then 2-year-old son, Micah, at the Wolfe Park amphitheater, he was following him around with his camera hoping for the right moment.

Our own art director, Lauren Greenberg, poses in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, with her copy of St. Louis Park Magazine.

St. Louis Park High graduates Sherri Knight and Teresa Belden on vacation in Mexico.

The 2016 contest is now closed.

THE ONE THING JEFF LISS ALWAYS BRINGS to the sidelines of his 17-year old daughter Mei Li’s soccer games—besides his love of the game—is his camera. Liss has found a passion in sports photography. “Ninety-nine percent of what I shoot is action shots,” he says.

As a community filled with young families and spectacular parks and recreation services, St. Louis Park checks out as a paradise for youth sports in Minnesota.

Ryan and Emily Bretzel at the Dunedin historic train station, one of the most photographed buildings in New Zealand.

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Tuesday, September 15
[Arts & Performance]
The Ordway is excited to announce that the performance of Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives has been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 15 at 7:30pm.
Saturday, September 12 to Saturday, September 19
[Arts & Performance], [Education & Community], [Food & Drink]
Minnesota’s largest public mural & art festival, now in its 2nd year! Produced by the Creative Enterprise Zone—located in St. Paul’s premier creative hub. Join us for a week-long celebration of artistry and community that leverages the power of public art to promote, connect and engage the people, places and creative economy of Saint Paul's Creative Enterprise Zone.