Health & Wellness

A graphic showing ways to support your community during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

As concerns about COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, spread across the globe, community members right here in City Lakes are stepping up.

The bright and colorful margaritas at Rojo Mexican Grill are the perfect remedy for a dark and cold Minnesotan evening.

Rojo Mexican Grill in the Shops at West End has a mission. “We set out to create a world class margarita,” assistant general manager Matt Linse says. “If you come for nothing else, come for our margaritas.”

Siblings Austin and Karlee Bosley found comfort in the Growing Through Grief group after their father's death.

After cancer claimed the life of Austin and Karlee Bosley’s father three years ago, these teens struggled to process the conflicting and overpowering emotions welling inside them.

Miriam Zien Edgar

In 2001, Miriam Zien Edgar graduated from St. Louis Park High School and in fall 2010 she returned, this time as a teacher.

Instructor Zion Anderson gets ready to roll at Surge Cycling.

Take a great high-energy playlist, add cool choreographed colored lights, hop onto a Keiser M3 Plus Indoor Cycle and pedal your regular workout routine into high gear at Surge Cycling. This new independent St.

The birth of a child brings many different kinds of joy, and sometimes that joy arrives in unexpected ays. Like a child with an extra chromosome, a condition known as Down syndrome.

After a relaxing summer of trips to the beach and picnics at the lake, you’re back in the swing of things, and those busy schedules have surfaced once again. But don’t let yourself go without a little pampering once in a while.

As ski season quickly approaches, Jeff Lewin, owner of Blizzard Ski & Snowboard School, explains the philosophy he and wife Jennifer share about their school’s mission: “We don’t teach skiing, we create skiers.”Blizzard Ski & Snowboard School, based in Golden Valley, has been creating sk

Join the St. Louis Park Sunrise Rotary Foundation at the Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club in Prior Lake to shoot some sporting clays, also known as clay pigeons.Launched in 2000, the event raises money for the foundation’s local and international service projects.