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
Minneapolis residents do not need to look far to see streets lined with cars. They whiz by windows—in shiny blues, golds and whites, boxy or sleek or family friendly. They have settled into the landscape, as plainly as a grassy yard or a rippling river.
Students no longer need to head straight for the potato chips after school with this tasty—and healthy—recipe. Sometimes a refreshment is just what they need, especially at the beginning of the school year when the warmth of summer still clings to the air.
Stream of Trailing Reeds by Lisa Elias
This artistic railing, constructed of steel and with a curvilinear shape to remind us of a river’s flow, was installed in 2006 near a building at 1937 Bryant Ave S.
For three (four if we’re lucky) short months in Minnesota, we get temperatures above 60 degrees, sunshine and fresh air. In short: patio weather.
The tremendously successful Open Streets Lyndale is going to get a boost this year. The blocked-off section of pavement has gone from between 22nd Street and 42nd Street to 22nd Street and 54th Street—the extension adding 10 more blocks of fun.
The streets of Minneapolis buzz to the beat of music. From the acoustic concerts at farmers markets around town to the black and white stars of First Avenue.
A group of St. Louis Park (SLP) High School students have been devoting time and hard work toward leaving something meaningful for those who follow. The Nest SLP will be a coffeehouse intended to give teenagers a space for art, learning and community.
What makes mXe Movement Studio in Linden Hills stand apart? Pronounced “moxie,” mXe’s founder Heather Corndorf refers to her studio’s group fitness offerings as movement classes where all levels are welcome.
In her new book Baby Bare; a Bottom-Up Approach to Growing Strong Brains and Bodies, Somatic Psychotherapist Stephanie Johnson, M.A., R-DMT, LPC hopes to encourage more movement and play from the youngest mem
What started out as a one-time volunteer job to help a couple of friends turned into an annual tradition for Terri Kane. A few of her friends were involved with Parktacular in St.