Arts & Culture

Snow, John Banville

John Banville is an Irish writer and journalist. He won the Man Booker Prize in 2005, for his novel, The Sea. In the United States, he may best be known for his popular Quirke mysteries written under the pseudonym Benjamin Black.

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.

How the Garciia Girls Lost Their Accents by Julia Alvarez

The latest novel from Julia Alvarez is a story of family and coping with loss.

Healthy houseplants

Caring for houseplants is easier than you think.

A plane flies past the Nolan Mains construction site in Edina.

We asked Burton Hanson to tell us about his photograph titled “Sunrise on Season of Change at 50th and France.”

Taylor Ellingson's kitchen, remodeled by Construction2Style

Meet the visionaries behind Construction2Style and take a peek at their work for the Ellingsons in Edina.

Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano

Although published for the adult market, Ann Napolitano's book would be highly appreciated by teenage readers.

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