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Drive around Edina and you’ll notice many streets with names of the families whose farms once graced that land: Grimes, Code, Gleason, Cooper.
With more shoes than space, attorney Lindsay Sokolowski needed to find a way to organize her large shoe collection into her small living space. In 2007, after trying and failing with clothespins and wires, Sokolowski came up with the Boot Hanger.
On their 20th wedding anniversary, sheep farmer George Baird promised to give his wife, Sarah, a new house, and the house still stands 127 years later as an Edina landmark.Building such a grand home in 1886 was no easy task, as Sarah documented in her diary.
From the first fruits of spring to fall’s bountiful harvest, Centennial Lakes farmers’ market features dozens of local vendors amid beautifully landscaped pathways at Centennial Lakes Park. Maybe you’ve dropped in and loaded up on some of the market’s tasty, fresh produce.
It’s no secret that the city of Edina is a shopper’s paradise: From 50th and France to the Galleria and the Container Store, shopping opportunities abound. But in this town, shopping is about more than just designer clothes or catching a sale.
Jason Deavalon knows hair. The renowned hairstylist began his career 25 years ago working for celebrity stylist José Eber in Beverly Hills.
The popularity of organic food is on the rise. More consumers are seeking natural products that are locally grown.
It’s every kid’s dream: an underwater-themed bedroom, complete with beachy accents—and best of all, a life-size mermaid, painted in gorgeous detail on one wall.
From his home on Thielen Avenue in Edina, Jay Magoffin grew up watching yellow streetcars travel along the rails on 44th Street en route to downtown Minneapolis and beyond.
While teenagers are notorious for pressing the snooze alarm to gain extra sleep in the mornings, the high school students involved in St. Stephen’s Episcopal youth group don’t have that luxury. Every Wednesday morning, youth group director Gary Dietz opens up his home for a 6 a.m.