Arts & Culture

"City of Girls" by Elizabeth Gilbert, author "Eat, Pray, Love."

In the novel "City of Girls," nonagenarian Vivian Morris tells her life story to a younger acquaintance named Angela.

The logo for the Edina Galleria's Art Opens Doors project.

This summer, shoppers, diners and guests will be on the hunt for unexpected artwork throughout the Galleria—unique “little doors” created by local Twin Cities artists.

For two weeks this past spring, Bachman’s showcased a garden party floral experience at the Edina Galleria. The beautiful blooms awed guests of the Galleria with more than 100 types of trees, plants and flowers including thousands of spring bulbs.

Two women walk through 50th & France.

Prospective home buyers often have their minds made up; they will only consider homes in Edina.

A new hydrangea, "Summer Crush"

Sunnyside Gardens says pink, red and white are the “in” colors this summer.

A patio designed and decorated by Martha O'Hara Interiors

Martha O’Hara Interiors has an office in Minnesota and in Texas. They are experts at decorating patios and outdoor spaces.

A kitchen renovation by City Homes, featuring quartz countertops and green cabinets.

City Homes has the latest trends in flooring, cabinetry and fixtures.

A woman runs on the 9 Mile Creek Regional Trail near Walnut Ridge Park.

The beauty and stunning candidness is hard to beat in this 2018 Images of Edina award-winning photograph.

At this 40th annual community volunteer recognition reception, honorees from all around Edina were publically thanked for their volunteer efforts. Mayor Hovland also awarded five individual service commendations. Congratulations to all of the honorees.

Guests were able to meet and mingle with the five finalists in the Edina Community Foundation’s Bold New Idea contest.

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