Batman Theater Killings, Color Run, Beating the Heat: Best of the Blogs
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The Twin Cities hosts The Color Run to promote fun, fitness and supporting a local charity. (Sara Lein)
The 4th of July has passed and the summer swell of listing inventory is on... about time. Good news is that pending homes continue to rise and we are still around 4 months of overall inventory! (Matthew Johnson)
Some well-known and a few wacky ways to bring down the heat when the thermometer rises. (Vicki Strong)
Can't stand the heat? Many of us are sweating it out these days! Time to make sure you're not overdoing it in the scorching summer sun: Important facts about heat stroke. (Dr. Gary Gosewisch)
Eating cool during this blast of heat. A great chilled ceviche from a local chef. (Terri Heimerman)
Tropical Ballroom's Outdoor Summer Dance Series—follow up with pictures! (Tricia Wood)
This summer has been hot! Here's a few healthy treats that will help kee you cool and satisfy your sweet tooth. (Gina Batcheller)
We photograph so much of our lives with our smartphones...but are you remembering to back those photos up? (Mandy Dwyer)
Reflections on facing feelings of anxiety. (Sara Lein)
Woodbury Lakes kicked off its third annual Summer Concert Series last week and it was a huge success. (Laurie Mordorski)
Conversation: “The last flower of civilization…our account of ourselves” —Ralph Waldo Emerson (Margaret Wachholz)
I talk about my new puppy, Kiki the Cairn terrier. (Chloe Spencer)
What is it about mass murders that emotionally tears us up while we ignore so much tragedy every day? (Vicki Strong)
The theater killings in Aurora, CO, bring back memories of Columbine in 1999. (Dick Bernard)