Bound to IndieBound

Bound to IndieBound

Katie Phillips, Staff Writer

April 27, 2012

There are many ways you can get involved and support independent businesses in your community. IndieBound is a really unique movement founded by independent booksellers of the American Booksellers Organization. Geared toward bringing together readers and indie retailers, Indiebound supports loca...

Chain Stores

Chain Stores

Brien Drake, Feature Editor

April 27, 2012

In our consumer society, all of us are probably familiar with the chain store. Places like Wal-Mart, Target, and Walgreens have become a staple of the American society and economy, not to mention those unbeatable prices. Whether it’s a multi-purpose store like Target, or a bulk shopping store like...

Local Buinesses

Local Buinesses

Alex Pears, Feature Editor

April 27, 2012

With the abundance of chain stores, local businesses are sometimes forgotten. However, they should not be overlooked. Imagine walking down Water Street in Excelsior, and instead of Lick’s, Minnetonka Music, and The Dock lining the street, Dairy Queen, Guitar Center, and AMC Theaters loomed over you....

Farewell to Minnetonka poem

Farewell to Minnetonka poem

Vivian Fangda Fan, Staff Writer

April 27, 2012

Hi fellows my name is Vivian u can call me Fangda that's what i put on scantrons I just did a year in America aMurica--and i love it. I love you all. One year one whole year 300 pledges one nation undergod invisible we say it together although we are across the biggest ocean...

Follow us on Twitter: @mtkabreezes

Follow us on Twitter: @mtkabreezes

Bri Falk, Web Editor

April 27, 2012

You can now follow Minnetonka Breezes on Twitter! Follow @mtkabreezes for upcoming stories, when the  next edition is released, updates to the website, and more! https://twitter.com/#!/mtkabreezes

The End of the World is Coming! Or is it?

Courtney Giese, Journalism Student

April 19, 2012

The Mayan Calendar suggests that on December 21, 2012, the world will end. Some readily believe this idea while others are still skeptical. The Mayan Calendar began roughly 5,126 years ago and ended on December 21. Some researchers converted the Mayan Calendar years to modern years and found that...

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