Arts & Culture

Late fall’s sunshine can spotlight the lackluster areas of our homes. And if you find that you want to improve the aura of your dated kitchen and bath, it may be a good time to rejuvenate those spaces.

On November 11, America honors those who have served in any branch of the United States military. One way you and your family can observe this holiday in Edina is to visit the Edina Veterans Memorial at the intersection of 50th Street and Wooddale Avenue at Utley Park.

Edina-based custom builders John Kraemer & Sons create in-home wine storage areas for clients whose design tastes run from light to full-bodied.

When asked what inspired Jerry Olafson to re-publish The Adventures of Happy Bunny, the answer was simple: his mother. In honor of her 100th birthday, Olafson thought it would be fitting to “freshen up and re-publish” the story that was read to him so many times as a child.

Two years ago, a team of individuals came together to help special-needs kids by creating a program called Beyond Limits.

A magnificent Edina home on Hunter Street started out as a small rambler in 1954. Previous owners added a second floor, expanded the garage and finished the lower level.

The old-school piano teacher—remember her? While there were many standouts, there were those who treated students to instruction that was as stale as the crystallized hard candy in their antique candy dishes. Repetition ruled over creativity.

If only parents could log frequent flyer miles when navigating “airplane” spoons loaded with healthy food toward wary children. Every parent, whether they want to admit it or not, has done the mealtime drill, regardless of the transit system they choose.

Aurora on France, a new senior living community for ages 55 and older, is set to open later this fall. This community will offer independent living, assisted living, memory care, care suites and transitional care.

Driven, self-aware, composed, inspiring.