Arts & Culture

Last year, Friends of the Edina Library raised more than $14,000 through private donations and book sales to improve the Edina Library children’s area.

In August, school systems throughout Minnesota send out supply lists for their incoming students. Library cards are often among these required items.

Partnerships between school districts and city government aren’t unusual. In Edina, however, the relationship is “unusually positive and productive,” says city manager Scott Neal.

Leslee Miller explores the Douro Valley in Portugal.

Relaxing while enjoying delicious food at one of Pamplona’s quaint sidewalk cafés is a must for travelers headed to Spain.

We are immersed daily in technology, whether we’re texting a friend, cheering on a sports team from the living room couch or watching an animated film at the movie theater. As a result, technology-related careers are on the rise.

We may be basking in the July sunshine, but in reality, Old Man Winter will return in as little as four months. Now is the time to begin planning your winter escape abroad and maybe considering a new approach to travel.

For decades in the United States breadwinners walked to work, children walked to school, and spouses pulled a metal cart to the neighborhood grocery store. Cars were reserved for Sunday excursions and family trips to the cabin.

If you’re reluctant to host a porch party because your patio furniture is worn or you don’t have enough seating, Cindy Erdall and Deb Peterson, associate designers for Gabberts, can help.

A working group of the Edina Arts and Culture Commission has organized a summer concert series showcasing a variety of musical acts on Friday nights at Rosland Park.

Brad Beard, site executive president of Fairview Southdale Hospital, estimates that up to 10,000 people flock to Rosland Park to view the annual 4th of July fireworks display. “It’s a wonderful night,” Beard says.

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