October 2014

In the October issue of Edina Magazine you'll go behind the scenes with beloved meteorologist Belinda Jensen, find tips for better rest and feast your eyes on a cornucopia of fall cuisine!

By Lee Owens
Harvest the flavors of fall foods in Edina.
A housewife and home developer made her mark in Edina.
The Edina Senior Center encourages active older adults to stay fit with weekly drop-in tennis games.
Mayor Jim Hovland, Karen Reis, Austen Cargill and Peter Reis
Annual Pumpkin Festival offers lots of Halloween amusement.
By Angela Johnson
Beloved TV anchor gives Edina a close-up.
Edina mom and blogger Nina Badzin samples local fitness options.
By Eric D. Johnson
Fairview Sleep Centers help patients get better rest.
By Kelly Butorac
Edina author Lee Wolfe Blum publishes a memoir about her experience with an eating disorder.
By Maggie Soucheray Sonnek
Nutritious and delicious lunchbox ideas for kids.
Local health care providers volunteer in impoverished Guatemalan villages.
PrairieCare’s Healthy Emotions program helps teens battle depression.
Edina couples on spring break in Jamaica.
Local retailers provide skate sharpening for winter fun.
Edina organizations complete projects to enhance the community.
Creek Valley Wellness Committee honored with Connecting with Kids Award.
Edina High School has its own wrestling team for first time in 20 years.
By Angela Johnson
Fall food and wine pairing ideas.
Edina initiative helps make city programs accessible to disadvantaged kids.
By Angela Johnson
Volunteers act as guides for visually impaired mall walkers.
A community social movement views life’s transitions as opportunities.
Local author writes a book to help students own their education.