Health & Wellness

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Local nonprofit 21 Roots Farm brings meaningful activities to people impacted by developmental disabilities. With programming for both youths and adults, activities on the farm are as fresh as each new season since the farm’s start in 2019.

Maiden Dixie is just one of the bands set to perform at the first annual White Bear Music Fest.

Aiming to be the biggest music event in White Bear Lake history, the White Bear Music Fest on August 22 and 23 will offer music for nearly every taste.

Craig and Gloria Drake don full beekeeping gear to handle the mesh frames where their bees deposit the honey.

There’s been a lot of buzz about the vanishing honeybees. And rightly so, as honeybees are crucial to the survival of countless crops, including carrots, cucumbers, onions and almonds. Without pollinators, these and other foods would disappear.

When he’s not improvising on the trumpet with a jazz-inspired solo, or rehearsing his latest musical number, Sam Burnham, a senior at White Bear Lake Area High-South Campus, is doing chemistry homework.

Students from the White Bear Lake Area High School-South Campus showed off their finery to family and friends at the much-anticipated prom grand march.

With terrific food, refreshing cocktails and live entertainment, folks celebrated the third anniversary of NewStudio Architecture.

Luminaria bags light the night with hope and inspiration at the annual Relay for Life of White Bear Lake event.

For 20 years, White Bear Lake residents have come together to honor cancer survivors, remember loved ones, and raise funds to fight against cancer at the Relay for Life of White Bear Lake.

In 1946, golf pro Sam Emerson rebelled and defied his parent’s wishes. He caddied for the first time in his hometown, the one job they told him he couldn’t seek out. That first day he brought home $8.50—more than his mom made in two days’ work—and they allowed him to continue.

Jaime Tegdesch serves up a cone full of Superman hard-serve ice cream at Ozzie’s. Yum!

With summer finally here, it’s time to chill down during the hot weather with some delicious frozen treats. Cup and Cone and Ozzie’s, both locally owned and operated in White Bear Lake, offer a plethora of ice cream and soft-serve flavors that will keep you cool all summer long.

Jason McEwen and his wife, Rachel Greene, in their White Bear Lake clinic.

In a time of short attention spans and countless distractions, Jason McEwen is preaching a unique message: slow down and live intentionally. In other words, put down your iPhone or other device and live fully—even the painful or uncomfortable parts.

After a successful first summer, the “Willow Walkers” will be taking another lap.

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