Arts & Culture

The logo for the Edina Galleria's Art Opens Doors project.

This summer, shoppers, diners and guests will be on the hunt for unexpected artwork throughout the Galleria—unique “little doors” created by local Twin Cities artists.

Life’s hustle and bustle can make it difficult to gather as a family over a meal—but that seems to be changing.

Planning a fall party? Don’t forget the seasonal napkins. It’s that little something extra that makes all the difference at a celebration or event. Inexpensive but also useful, napkins are the all-too-overlooked darlings of the table-setting world. Napkins dress up a table with practical charm.

Hens do more than lay eggs. They provide weed and insect control, companionship, therapy and entertainment. Chickens are part of a backyard homestead movement with roots in sustainability, health and the environment.

Edina native Maureen Koets has received a Fulbright scholarship grant and will be using it to teach abroad.

Summer Stieglbauer of Edina is the 2016-17 winner of the Youth Thrive Award, receiving $500 from the Southdale YMCA Service Clu

Looking at one of Bill Manske’s paintings is some of the best people-watching you’ll find in Minnesota. 

From farm to mill to suburb, Edina has a proud history, and Frank R. Cardarelle saw much of it happen. As a lifelong Edina resident, community volunteer and local surveyor, history is a common thread in Cardarelle’s life.