As concerns about COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, spread across the globe, community members right here in City Lakes are stepping up.
Health & Wellness
Stop by the St. Louis Park Library to check out some new features, both functional and aesthetic. The library closed for several weeks in July and August while crews added study rooms, a bigger teen area, comfy lounge seating and more.
“Happy holidays!” We start hearing this phrase in November as the countdown begins, raising our cortisol levels to molar-grinding heights. It can be tough to feel happy around the holidays as we pack our schedules with high-pressure parties, shopping, baking and more.
In St. Louis Park, group fitness gym CrossFit holds an annual “Movember” event—and this year’s fourth edition is going to be bigger than ever, says co-owner Mike Jones.
Suzanne O’Brien and Heather Spillane are the owners of Urban Retreat, a St. Louis Park med spa, which opened its doors in October 2013.
St. Louis Park neighbors gathered on July 26 at the Shops at West End to enjoy local beer, food trucks, music and more—even a loon call contest.
Artists and art lovers gathered on July 20 for the closing reception of
the Artists’ Lab summer exhibit at the Sabes Tychman Shapiro Gallery.
The mission statement for Angel Foundation states that the nonprofit organization provides “emergency financial assistance, education and support to adults with cancer and their families.”
Change is in the air, and it’s Health in the Park, a new three-year initiative sponsored by the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, which aims to create a healthy, active community.
Greg Kleven, a longtime sports journalist in St. Louis Park, is quick to offer a sincere compliment about former St.
If you believe the stereotype, film festivals are for cinephiles—high-culture art enthusiasts, college film majors who eat, breathe and sleep film, independent filmmakers and others who love exceptional cinema.