The White Bear Yacht Club has been sailing for 125 years, says Gene Altstatt, a member of the club and an admirer of the A Scow sailboat.
Health & Wellness
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.
Helping children create something beautiful out of everyday kitchen ingredients is Diana Hirte’s passion.
On September 9th, four young women from Minnesota embarked on a 3.5-month coast-to-coast bicycle ride across the United States to educate and raise awareness on the importance of American public lands and the threats they face. Katie, Hannah, Alex and Ariana call themselves “Women On Wheels For W
Dr. Robert Reif was a household name around the White Bear area in the 1950s and 1960s. His downtown office was one of several general practitioners who served our community, but his brand of care had a special touch.
Two coaches, one philosophy. That's one way to sum up the White Bear Lake Area High School boys and girls tennis teams, with coaches Jackson Farley and Christine Anderson at the helm.
Inside the trendy hotspot in White Bear, nestled above Mizu Japanese in Boatworks Commons, is a relatively new yoga studio, Studio One Yoga, which offers “yoga for everyone,” says Dariush Moslemi, co-owner with his wife, Sarah.
Football is definitely a team sport. And John Schwietz and some other football parents at Mahtomedi High School wanted to make sure everyone felt like part of the team. “We wanted to take what was an ordinary experience and turn it into something extraordinary,” Schwietz says.