Arts & Culture

About to Take Flight - Lisa Asp

We regularly feature photo submissions from our Images of Edina photo contest in the pages of Edina Magazine and online.

The World That We Knew by Alice Hoffman

In The World That We Knew, Alice Hoffman has written a novel that is charged with magical realism, but framed in history.

An illustration of a seller passing house keys to a buyer.

During the spring real estate market, it’s not uncommon for buyers to find themselves in multiple offers.

A recent event at Griffin Gallery, with partners Martha O’Hara Interiors and TMBR North Loop, brought out 200 guests interested in Christina Twomey’s abstract and resin artwork.

A building under construction at 50th and France juts into the sky in this Images of Edina submission.

New construction at 50th and France served as inspiration for a local photographer.

The Wonder of Water by Tom Hamel

Edina author devotes his life to sharing his passion.

A home inspector checks out a faucet.

In most cases, the purchase of a home will be accompanied by a home inspection. Here's what to expect.

A rendering of "Stone + Stratus," a new art installation at 50th and France.

A local artist, inspired by Edina’s humble origins, creates a stunning piece for 50th and France.

Podcast artwork for Reply All

"Reply All" can best be described as a podcast about internet mysteries.

Bill Cunningham On the Street: Five Decades of Iconic Photography

This month's book recommendation looks back on the iconic career of New York Times photographer Bill Cunnningham.

A drawing on a lunchbag. Bradley Smith and his children stand in front of the U.S. Capitol

Finding himself out of work and, for the first time, a stay-at-home dad, Edina resident Bradley Smith wanted a way to connect with his kids. Thinking back to his own childhood, he came up with a plan.

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