Shops & Business

St. Louis Park nonprofit’s new name broadens its scope.
Put a new groove in your closet with fall’s trendiest accessories in The Park.
St. Louis Park stylist Liz Warner’s fall beauty do’s and don’ts.
 Steve Lyons, director of the St. Louis Park Community Band, left, and Al Sweet, enjoy making music.
Nonagenarian Al Sweet is young for his age.
Tailors on Blake are sewing specialists.
Michelle and Aaron Goldstein’s dog Weezy is fortunate to have found a happy home in St. Louis Park.
Pause 4 Paws helps raise money for animal shelters and foster programs.
Waxing the City now open at Excelsior & Grand.
 Jason Alvey and Dan Shidla, a SCORE mentor, at Four Firkins.
SCORE helps small business dreams become reality.
 New moms Pia Robertson, left, with baby Ebba and Tabitha Moore, holding Kennesey, bond during an Amma class at Creative Kidstuff.
Amma offers a class for first-time mothers in The Park.
In 1981, the original Park Tavern building was demolished; the current version was built just a few blocks away on Louisiana Ave.
One of St. Louis Park’s favorite venues is also one of its oldest.

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