Stephanie Wilbur Ash

Stephanie Wilbur Ash
Hot momma Stephanie Wilbur Ash writes and edits things related to health and families for Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, including the blog and popular e-newsletter JuiceBox (good stuff for families on the go), voted best e-newsletter in its class by the Minnesota Magazine & Publishers Association. She knew those four kids would come in handy! Find her getting her wiggles out at any of our Cities' indoor and outdoor playgrounds and water parks, and at any music venue fronting her a cappella goth rock cover band “Goth Mother." Or find her in her log cabin, built in 1866, rebuilt with three bathrooms and radiant floor heating—just like the pioneer families always dreamed.
Daughter of a Preacher Band

We chat with Gospel Machine, a new local band, about what happens when Motown soul, Minneapolis pop, and an intrinsic sense of religiosity combine.

An Outstanding Profession

Seventeen exemplary examples of how nursing can no longer be defined by starched hats and paper charts.

5 Questions for Paula Hawkins

The bestselling author of 'The Girl on the Train' visits Barnes & Noble, Galleria, on Oct. 28.

Two young boys dressed as superheroes for Halloween
Here Comes Halloween 

And here come 15 not-so-scary events for kids. Inside, outside, and with shopping, too. Bring your own pumpkin latté.

Boom Chick

It starts with a family looking for a college fund and ends with a new production facility in Reno, Nevada, and a snack that unabashedly celebrates women.

State of the Arts

What happens when you pair up arts leaders from disparate worlds to talk about the state of the local scene and their respective crafts?

Fair Nearly Free-for-All

State Fair swag your kids will love, free or less than $1. Best new swag: Free sunscreen dispensers!

Chocolate Dipped Cherry JonnyPop Minnesota State Fair
Kid-Friendly Fair Treats

The new cold, sweet treats your kids will love at the State Fair—and where to find them.

Twin Cities Finest 2015

They're young, they're successful, and they're supporting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Minnesota.

2015 Outstanding Nurses Awards

A recap of last night’s party, plus—who won!

8 Great Neighborhoods

Our rundown on metro-area neighborhoods, including a look at award-winning schools.

7 Counties, 7 Rides

Roll around the metro and find a ride in each of our counties—seven rides of diverse length, terrain, and difficulty. Take your pick, Twin Cities!

5 Questions for Charles Baxter

The novelist discusses "There's Something I Want You To Do," at Barnes & Noble, Galleria on Thursday with The Mother of All Book Clubs.

Born to Play Games

Meet Susan Adams Loyd: executive, mother, world-ranked runner, and the 57-year-old hometown favorite at this year’s National Senior Games.

5 Questions for Thomas Maltman

The novelist, teacher, and dad discusses his latest, "Little Wolves," at Barnes & Noble, Galleria on Thursday with The Mother of All Book Clubs.

Heather A. Slomski
Five Qs for Heather A. Slomski

The short story writer living and teaching in Moorhead is at Barnes & Noble, Galleria tonight for the Mother of All Book Clubs.

Mother of All Book Clubs: Spring Picks

Books from MN writers Heather A. Slomski, Thomas Maltman, and Charles Baxter—in the book clubs for smart moms of all ages. Meet the authors!

5 Questions for Jonathan Odell

The author of "Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League" will be at Barnes & Noble, Galleria on Thursday night.

The Nelsons
Family Summer Planning Guide

Our favorite camps, outings, and activities for your kids and family.

Ursula Carmona
The Home + Garden Show Interview: Ursula Carmona

Somewhere in Cleveland an empire is being built, one can of gold spray paint at a time.

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