Health & Wellness

According to Saint Paul Winter Carnival history, the event began as an answer by St. Paul business and civic leaders to an affront by East Coast newspaper writers in 1886 that deemed Minnesota an inhospitable place to live.

Sports are an integral part of growing up, and for kids in the Vadnais Heights and White Bear Lake area, that’s no different.

If you had told Stephanie Tennessen when she was 18 and battling cancer that one day she would be a massage therapist to some important Minnesota athletes, she would have never believed you.

The continuation of the beloved annual concert provided by the White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church kicks off this month with local artist Ann Reed.

The new year brings a new opportunity for fitness and getting in shape. Club Pilates, a recently opened boutique and fitness studio franchise in White Bear Lake, is the place to help you do just that.

Colorful string lights, enchanted snowfalls, holiday goodies and waiting for Santa. That magical time of the year is approaching, and what better way to celebrate the holiday season than with events in the White Bear Lake area?

It was November 9th of last year when Mayor Jo Emerson named the second Saturday of November “White Bear Lake Family Yoga Day.” And LifeCore Yoga, which has studios in White Bear Lake and North Oaks, participates with its annual Family Yog

On June 27, groundbreaking began for the new Hanifl Performing Arts Center, the future home of Lakeshore Players Theatre. Plans for a potential new building started in 2013, followed by a capital campaign in 2014.

Every Halloween, little princesses, ghosts and superheroes flock to the nearest Kowalski’s Market. The annual Boo Bash at the 11 Twin Cities Kowalski’s Market locations offers a safe, spook–free environment for youngsters.

Growing up as the daughter of a mortician, Suzanne Worthley—energy-healer, intuit, teacher, meditation guru—death, and the conversations and conundrums found within, were ever-present in her childhood home. “Death was viewed as normal,” she says.

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