On an average night in her weekly circus-arts class -- if the word "average" and "circus-arts class" can reasonably be used in the same sentence -- Anita Kore might walk across a tightrope, spin head over feet in a wheel, stand on top of a large ball and keep her balance, climb far above the floor on long silk sashes and dangle upside down.
Updated: January 10, 2012, - 03:29 PM
One morning last month, the newly opened Vertical Endeavors indoor rock-climbing gym in Minneapolis was filled with people scurrying up rugged walls, clinging to little multi-colored nubs, all the way to the ceiling, two long stories up.
Updated: January 10, 2012, - 03:13 PM
Unfair Fact of Life No. 739: Just at the time of year when we're most eager to get in shape, we're deluged with post-holiday bills that leave our budgets as tight as the waistbands of our pants.
Updated: January 10, 2012, - 03:10 PM
John Noltner was tired of hearing people -- in politics, in the media -- talk about their conflicts and differences....
Updated: December 15, 2011, - 09:06 AM
Some say the auto industry is still struggling from the effects of the recession. So we asked our local dealers how they are doing -- and found out that for them, the picture is a lot brighter (and shinier).
Updated: November 28, 2011, - 05:32 PM
More and more people choose to give back by taking part in charity events.
Updated: November 15, 2011, - 01:13 PM
Car sales may be slow, but even the most frugal consumers have to replace their cars sometime. Anthony Stolp had hoped to hang onto his 1998 Acura Integra for a while longer.
Updated: November 15, 2011, - 10:56 AM
Today's senior residences offer all the amenities of luxury hotels.
Updated: October 25, 2011, - 11:21 AM
After we profiled Gary Westlund of Charities Challenge in our last issue, Good Life reader Roger Hauge e-mailed his thanks for the article. Turns out he has a pretty interesting story of his own ...
Updated: September 28, 2011, - 02:27 PM