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Best of the Blogs: Summertime, Spider-Man, Soft-Serve

Recapping the latest posts from Woodbury Patch bloggers.

What’s the word from your neighbors in Woodbury?

Here are this week’s blog posts—everything from a chance trip with a comedian to a “bucket list” for the summer. If you're interested in joining our Local Voices roll, email kris.janisch@patch.com.

Sunday

Woodbury's Heritage House at Lake Road and Radio Drive is worth a visit. Stop over today. ()

Monday

Looking for a fun, close, family-friendly activity to do this week? ()

The Woodbury median sale price jumped from $182,000 in February 2012 to $254,950 in June 2012... Is your home really worth $73,000 more in just 4 months? ()

I compare Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man" to Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man" and share my thoughts. ()

Tuesday

Mary and David Green’s home sits on nearly three acres of land with a variety of cultivated and natural areas that feel more like rooms in a house than corners of a yard. ()

It's back! Are you ready for it?! ()

Wednesday

Have you ever met someone who just made you smile the entire time? This was it and I was so present and loving every moment with this wise woman. ()

Soak up a little Minnesota fun and create your own Summer Bucket List! ()

Thursday

Sometimes neat things happen, unexpectedly. Like giving a comedian a ride to the airport. ()

Don't let the dog days of summer be an excuse to skip your normal fitness routine. ()

Friday

partners with World Relief Minnesota to welcome a new refugee family to America, coming from Myanmar (Burma) via a Refugee Camp in Thailand. ()

Summertime bliss and cool perfection. ()

 

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