Arts & Culture

"terra cotta" vases made from baking powder and paint

We’re hanging out at home a lot more these days, so why not put that extra time to good use! There are likely lots of projects you’ve been wanting to do, lots of Pinterest board ideas and Instagram posts you’ve been meaning to try but have always just been too darn busy.

A gift wrapped in environmentally friendly wrapping paper.

It’s easier than you think to come up with green alternatives to traditional giftwrap and boxes.

This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger

William Kent Krueger's latest is a novel for those chilly nights.

The Edina watertower seen from the air.

Drone photographer Shane McCartney's advice for Images of Edina hopefuls is to "create, enjoy and fly on."

The fall colors at Centennial Lakes Park

We asked Kayla Maring to tell us about her photograph titled Fall Meets Winter.

 Julianna Velgersdyk

This year's theme was "Breaking Barriers," and Julianna Velgersdyk wrote a paper on Lorena Weeks, who fought gender discrimination in the '60s.

Local author Julie Jo Severson

Minnesota author guides explorers to the Twin Cities’ most weird, wonderful and obscure attractions.

A woman reads Erik Larson's "The Splendid and the Vile" while drinking a cup of coffee.

"The Splendid and the Vile" is an amazing history of Great Britain’s preparation for, and endurance of, Germany’s air assault on their country, told by the diaries of the people who lived through it.

An historic oak tree and farm house in Edina.

A glimpse of local history captured through a camera lens.

A photograph of a flower by local artist Cynthia Dickinson

Edina photographer Cynthia Dickinson captures beauty in the natural world.

Cleaning products sit on a kitchen counter.

Clean out and cozy up your home for the fall.

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