Each month, we feature a photo from our Images of Edina photo contest. This month, we asked photographer Alison Pence to tell us about her photo titled Urban Tranquility.
Arts & Culture
Rewind back to the year 1986. This was when Edina native Caitlin Hamilton Summie walked across Edina High School’s graduation stage, and later studied Middle Eastern history in Massachusetts.
Three years ago, Grace Wethor (pronounced “weather”) was a student at Our Lady of Grace in Edina. What she has accomplished in the time between then and now is remarkable.
Jeff Dykstra lives in Edina these days, but when he lived in Zambia he was bothered by the way he got his peanut butter.
For longtime Edina residents, Scott and Meggan Bowlby, finding an idyllic spot in Edina to establish their next home was a long process. They were looking to build a home that boasted a classic, established design, yet offered the accouterments this busy family needed.
After studying Chinese for 11 years, Edina High School 10th grader Eliza Price was ready to fully immerse herself in the culture for six weeks.
Normandale Elementary recently installed a brand new IONiX playground manufactured by GameTime and built by Minnesota/Wisconsin Playground.
When former Minnesota Viking Robert Blanton and wife Erin struggled to find an acceptable childcare facility, they decided to take matters into their own hands.
Per Christensson of Edina is part Swedish, part Danish and part Japanese. At least that’s what he tells his friends.
Bizal Built is a household name in Edina.
When it comes to writing unique and captivating tomes, critically acclaimed Minn. author Sheila O’Connor has succeeded.