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Daniel Ignatowicz’s photo “Hungry” garnered second place in the Wildlife & Nature category of the Picture the Park 2015 photo contest with its sweet image of an active creature on a mission. Ignatowicz didn’t need to travel far to take the still of the caterpillar chomping.

While their son, Mitch, (SLPHS Class of 2013) was in Cannes for a study abroad program last fall, parents David and Sue Rotert visited France, and the three spent a day in Grenoble, in the French Alps.

Heidi and Doug Solomon at the Tour de France last July.

Jeff Liss was shooting around Park Towers one morning when he snapped this photo with his Canon 5D Mark III SLR of two people crossing the bridge over Highway 7. Titled “A Bridge to Somewhere,” it won second place in the 2015 St.

Westwood Hills resident Kim Sherman remembers when she first joined her local book club a decade ago. She was new to the neighborhood and didn’t know many people in the area. Meeting neighbors and relying on them as resources helped build a feeling of security.

FOOD & RESTAURANT

Patio Dining
Crave
McCoy's    
Rojo Mexican Grill

Tavern / Bar    
Bunny's Bar and Grill
McCoy's
Park Tavern

Lancine Fofana is doing dual-parent duty the afternoon I speak with him at his apartment in Minneapolis. His wife, Madosu Kanneh, is on her way to Siguiri, a city on the Niger River in northeastern Guinea.

Before Carlos Anguita moved to St. Louis Park in 2008, he had been a professional photographer in his native Puerto Rico for over 25 years. As photo editor of the San Juan Star, he photographed the likes of Madonna, Elton John, Jimmy Carter and the Dalai Lama.

Peter Hobart students Taylor and Cassidy Voigt brought their copy of St. Louis Park Magazine all the way to Belize last summer.

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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.
Repeats every day until Sat May 30 2020.
Friday, May 29, Saturday, May 30
[Arts & Performance], [For the Kids]
This opera for babies uses parachutes to create an intimate world of wonder and interaction.