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.

Jeff and Leslie Nicholson, founders of Quartersawn Design Build, sit with their dog in their remodeled home.

Quartersawn Design Build literally grew from the ground up.

A painting by Anagha Deshmukh

When Anagha Deshmukh lost her mother three years ago, she felt a deep chasm between grief and day-to-day life.

The Edina Hip Hop Dance Team

With a desire to inspire future generations, Edina Community Education Services (CES) has developed over 350 programs for youth in grades K–12.

School of Fish, a new sculpture in Centennial Lakes Park

Collaborative effort brings new sculpture to Centennial Lakes Park.

A garden featuring some of the outdoor trends for summer 2020.

Local garden experts offer ideas for jump-starting your garden.

"The Water Dancer" by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Journalist, graphic novelist, and bestselling author of Between the World and Me and We Were Eight Years in Power, Ta-Nehisi Coates’s first novel, The Water Dancer, is a great work of suspenseful storytelling.

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.

Edina baseball players celebrate.

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.”

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