POSTED Tuesday, August 5

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POSTED Wednesday, May 14

Madison's Place Playground will be the final shining jewel of the remodeled Bielenberg Sports Center. But money still needs to be raised to make it a reality.

The Madison Claire Foundation is launching a crowd funding campaign to raise $200,000 toward the balance needed to begin the construction of Madison's Place Playground, the East Metro's first inclusive, completely accessible playground. The 16,000 square foot playground will be incorporated into a project that includes an accessible splash pad water feature and accessible bathrooms.

POSTED Sunday, April 27

I LOVE shopping at the Cooks of Crocus Hill shop on Grand Avenue. Whether it's a gift for a cook on my Christmas list or something for my husband or myself to use in our kitchen, there's always a super assortment of knives, small electrics, coffee and tea makers, pots and pans, gadgets and gizmos of all kinds.

POSTED Wednesday, April 2

If you were living in Woodbury in 1997, you remember when Sunsets of Woodbury opened at the corner of Radio Drive and Tamarack Road. What a beautiful restaurant, with great food, a spectacular brunch, fun bar and fabulous happy hour. Lots of memories were made there for many Woodbury residents, including my family. This is where we would take my parents when they came to town. Where we celebrated special occasions at brunch. Where my husband and his partner went to lunch every Tuesday. Where we gathered with friends after high school football games and Woodbury Community Theatre plays.

POSTED Friday, February 21

A large crowd packed the Sheraton St. Paul Woodbury Hotel on February 5 for our third annual Best of Woodbury event, celebrating Woodbury Magazine's 10th annual readers' choice finalists and winners. We were thrilled that so many locals bucked the cold to come out and join us that evening. We were also honored to have Natalie Nyhus as our emcee. Natalie reports traffic and entertainment for WCCO 4 News This Morning. She's a Woodbury native, and her parents Tom and Diane Kane were also on hand for the celebration.

POSTED Friday, December 20

As 2013 draws to a close, I'd like to thank you, the readers of Woodbury Magazine, for your engagement and support of our publication. A record-setting 5,000 readers voted in the Best of Woodbury readers' survey. Make plans to join us as the winners are revealed at our Best of Woodbury 2014 event, 5:30-7:30 p.m. February 5 at the Sheraton Woodbury. This promises to be a special night of food, drink and celebration of all that makes Woodbury so special.

POSTED Wednesday, November 27

Woodbury Magazine is hiring a web-based writer, content manager and social media specialist for a six-month term as the primary shepherd of our title on the web. This intern-level position is perfect for university students or recent graduates in the fields of journalism, media, writing, marketing and more. This position reports to web editor Alex Gaterud; read the job description below.

POSTED Wednesday, November 13

Welcome to the new Woodbury Magazine website! We are thrilled to unveil this radical makeover after nearly a year of dreaming, planning, coding and tweaking. We hope you enjoy the new look as much as we do.

During the process of coming up with this design, we came up with a few words that describe our monthly magazine. Engaging. Catchy. Open. Clean. Forward.

POSTED Thursday, October 31

It's November, and that means fall musical season in Woodbury. Check out the outstanding local talent in these three productions:

Guys and Dolls, Woodbury High School, November 1-3, 7-9. $8 students, $10 adults. 7 p.m. November 1, 2, 7-9; 2 p.m. November 3.

Aida, East Ridge High School, November 8-10, 15-17. $8 students, $10 adults (save $1 if purchased in advance). 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday (6 p.m. November 8 only), 3 p.m. Sunday.