On a sunny winter day, Lauren Meyer, who placed first in our 2020 Lens on the Lake Photo Contest, snapped her winning photo. We spoke with Meyer about Day at the Beach (Memorial Beach in Winter), to find out what inspired her to get this shot.
Arts & Culture
White Bear Lake Area High School student Lauren Martin created Time is Running Out in Shawn Gritzmacher’s art class.
The Lakeshore Players Theatre and the White Bear Center for the Arts received $116,915 in grants.
Stephanie Herington’s A Summer Paddle took second place in our 2018 Lens on the Lake photo contest in the People & Families category.
The White Bear Center for the Arts (WBCA) is a place where creatives can collide and share their artistic talents.
Eric Hupahu Cikala Miller's work will stay in your mind long after you've seen it.
Ryan Schuette, owner of Bald Eagle Construction, wants to make remodeling as efficient and painless as possible for his customers.
At Christina Lynn Interiors, owner and lead designer Christina Miller is here to make sure her clients get the home of their dreams.
Co-owner Nancy Thysell recommends Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley (Atria Books, 2014). “I love historical fiction, and a friend introduced me to this series. The wealthy adoptive father of a family of sisters dies unexpectedly and leaves each daughter a clue about where she came from.
Leah Retamozo has been providing bilingual Spanish/English education in the Twin Cities metro area since 2010. We talk with Retamozo to learn more about her child care center.