We shine a Senior Spotlight on students at Edina High School who are dedicated, hard-working, have a mind for service and enjoy giving back to the community.
Historical fiction, love, tragedy, mystery and suspense are all wrapped up into one novel, Bethlehem, written by Edina author Karen Kelly.
In early March, I sat down with a delightful couple who shared their dream of a golf vacation in Scotland for a 50th birthday extravaganza this September. I explained, that most 2019 golf vacations are already locked but that I love a challenge.
Kim Sabow's gourmet group has been an outlet for exploring new recipes and different types of cuisine and cooking styles.
Edina’s Dr. Afira Hasan invests in family and community.
Helen Abdo sits on a couch in a wood-paneled room, her white hair is elegantly curled. With a determined look, she turns to her interviewer. It’s clear that what she is about to say is of great importance to her.
Giovanna Ingram discovered her love for the game of basketball in her hometown of Hollywood, Calif. with a group of neighborhood kids and a cheaply made hoop. “Growing up in Hollywood, we did not have organized sports,” Ingram says.
A new general manager has been hired for the Edina Art Center, our place to see the city’s best exhibitions, participate in different cultural events and develop artistic skills.
“The bond between friends cannot be broken by chance; no interval of time or space can destroy it,” St. John Cassian writes. “Not even death itself can part true friends.”
Ava Roy, a sixth grade figure skater has already surpassed most kids her age by winning the Minnesota State Championship for figure skating. If she continues at this rate, there is no doubt we will be seeing her at the Olympics in the future, which is her ultimate goal.