Rock the Garden 2014: Lineup, Info, and More!

Why Rock the Garden for one day when you can rock it for two? The Twin Cities’ favorite summer concert returns with the first two-day format in the annual event’s history. The weekend festival blowout reflects the hallmark eclecticism of ...


Lake Minnetonka – No Swim

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) is advising people to avoid swimming in Lake Minnetonka and two others nearby because of a large release of untreated sewage. Recent rain has overwhelmed the city of Mound’s sanitary sewer system and forced the ...


Pan-O-Prog – Lakeville’s Summer Festival Starts Friday, July 4 – Sunday, July 13, 2014.

Lakeville knows how to celebrate! Observing its 48th year, Lakeville’s PANORAMA OF PROGRESS continues with passion celebrating the growth and development of the community. 2014 dates have been set!  Fireworks Date: Fri July 4, 2014 Time: 7:00 PM – 10:00 ...


Rosefest is back! June 26-30 in Roseville

  Rosefest returns to Roseville this June. What is Rosefest? You ask. It’s an opportunity to bring the residents of Roseville and surrounding areas together. It’s a festival to celebrate summer, Independence Day, and Roseville as a living and growing ...


Lakeville Star Pitcher Prepares to Shine at the U of M

Over the years Lakeville Public Schools have acquired some amazing athletes, many of which go on to Division 1 Universities and do great things. had the opportunity to sit down and interview the rising youngster Kylie Stober after she ...


Painted Table Leaves Saint Paul, Coming Soon to Medina

After less than two years, the Painted Table on Selby Avenue in St. Paul plans to relocate. Siblings Nancy DeSchane, Sally DeSchane-LeMay and Diane Choiniere plan to open a version of their repainted and restyled furniture shop in Medina and ...


Minnesota becomes first state to ban triclosan

Minnesota becomes first state to ban triclosan, Controversial ingredient in antibacterial soaps Triclosan is in roughly 75 percent of antibacterial soaps and body washes. Tucked into an environment bill signed into law by Gov. Mark Dayton on Friday was a ...


North Side community calls for peace

MINNEAPOLIS – Crime prevention on the north side of Minneapolis is a good idea; it’s a great idea when it’s done in the community by its community. “We are going to talk gangs, kids, violence in our community,” Mad Dads ...


Schooner Days in Eden Prairie

Eden Prairie kicks off the summer at Round Lake with carnival rides, games, a softball tournament, food, beer and bingo. Something fun for each member of the family with free admission. Spend the day watching softball or enjoying the carnival and ...


YWCA Women’s Triathlon 2014

Summer is almost upon us, and with the change of season, comes a new season of endurance races also – Triathlons! One of the most beloved triathlons of the season is the YWCA Women’s Triathlon located at Lake Nokomis Park ...


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