Lens on the Lake 2022 Photo Contest.
Arts & Culture
White Bear Lake resident Jim Delesha captured this image, which took second place in our 2018 Lens on the Lake photo contest in the Activities & Events category.
MacPhail’s reach extends far beyond Minneapolis to offer music education programs through community and school partnerships developed to serve the needs of learners in all life stages.
Rebecca Fjelland Davis is not only an acclaimed author and a professor—she is one tough woman.
Sherman co-owns the catering company Sioux Chef and won a the 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award for "The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen," which he wrote with Beth Dooley.
In this issue, we present the work of White Bear Lake Area High School student Helen Nelson. Nelson’s painting is titled “Pillsbury” (Acrylic on board, 2018).
The VHEDC Awards Banquet at Jimmy’s Event Center featured Liwanag Ojala, CEO of CaringBridge, as the keynote speaker. The dinner celebrates the Northeast Metro’s economic vitality and commitment to the community, says executive director Ling Becker.
“Dreamer” is our pick for this month’s Last Glance. “Dreamer” took third place in our 2018 Lens on the Lake photo contest
In this issue, we’re happy to share “Murray,” the work of Anika Dahl, a White Bear Lake High School senior.
The Bear and the Nightingale is stuffed with Russian folklore, medieval social hierarchies, the vagaries of rural Russian life, and the conflict between the Orthodox Church and ancient folk religion.
Century College in White Bear Lake prepares interior designers to thrive in today’s competitive world.