We asked Kayla Maring to tell us about her photograph titled Fall Meets Winter.
Arts & Culture
The Edina Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual gala in February. The evening included entertainment, food, cocktails and a silent auction to benefit the organization’s local mission.
Story-telling and live music from community members and local professional artists in January inspired lots of warm feelings during the depths of winter.
We asked Molly Andresen, a photographer with a small business focused on families and weddings, to tell us about her photo titled “Baseball High Five.”
When one local couple couldn't find what they were looking for on the housing market, they bought a rambler in Edina and enlisted City Homes to remodel it for "right-size" living.
With four floors, 45 units and 6,500 square feet of restaurant and retail space, The Lorient won’t be like any place you see in Uptown, on Excelsior or on Grand.
When Nathalie Carrigan and her husband bought a house three years ago, it had a large open wall where Carrigan wanted to hang a piece of art. She studied studio art in college and thought maybe she could create something suitable for the space.
These 2019 publications are helpful guides for creating happiness in your personal space.
The ubiquitous mall retailer Games by James celebrated 40 years in business this past October.