Arts & Culture

You might take your kidneys for granted. But if you heard the story of Edinans Kathleen Carter and Kim Pendergast, you might give thanks to those fist-sized body purifiers that work hard for you every day. Carter and Pendergast graduated from Edina High School together in 1979.

Graham Woodward remembers his parents putting a basketball into his hands at a young age.  Clearly, it paid off. The Edina High School senior became the all-time leading point scorer in January, and was one of 5 finalists for 2013 Mr. Basketball in Minnesota.

Enterprise Edina is a new TV show that debuted in February, featuring the best local businesses in our town.

The Edina community will congratulate the senior class of 2013 at Edina High School’s commencement ceremony June 9.             “The Class of 2013 will leave an indelible mark on Edina High School, one best depicted by a deep and abiding commitment to continuing a legacy of success through hard w

The Italian Cultural Center (ICC), in collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy in Chicago, held its fifth annual Italian Film Festival in April at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD).

Several Edinans were honored at the second annual Cultivating Respect Conference, which is held by the national nonprofit Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG), for their positive support of the GLBT community.

Edina blooms abundantly with successful women who live full and enriching lives. We highlight three women who have been motivated to make positive change in the world. Here’s a look at their paths to achievement and a glimpse at what they want to accomplish next.

When Pack 68 of the Edina Cub Scouts held their annual Blue and Gold Banquet last February, their entertainment was a presentation by Edina police officer Mike Seeger and his canine work partner, Diesel.

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