Arts & Culture

It’s not easy to be a woman in your 30s. Potentially all at once, you’re climbing career ladders, dating and looking for a spouse, saving to buy a house, raising children, maintaining friendships and caring for family members.

Ky McDonald

“There’s no place like home,” proclaims Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz. Our homes are the foundation of all of our hopes and dreams while exuding a warmth beckoned by the people that inhabit the space.

Back to School—February Edition

Standing out in the cold for the bus, Rebecca Peterson snapped a photo of her three kids. “It was the first day back to in-person school for all three of my kids together in 2021,” Peterson says.

You’re Sew Sweet journal bag

Online shopping has dominated the retail industry for the past few years, leading individuals to sell their personal crafts to those around the world. Edina resident and artist Holly Winje has experienced the demand firsthand.

Cloud Cuckoo Land

Anthony Doerr is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of All The Light We Cannot See. In his latest novel, Cloud Cuckoo Land, Doerr has intertwined the stories of Konstance, Seymour, Zeno, Anna and Omeir.

Ice Dreams

Mom and hobby photographer Holly Dau says taking photos of her kids is “somewhat of a mom-job.” This award-winning photo was taken at the Pamela Park ice rink.

Kitchen Remodel by Haus of Rowe

As homes continue aging and the market for new homes continues to be tricky, homeowners look toward remodeling.

Jonathan Rundman

Some much in the world is constantly evolving, and music is no different. Styles change and older songs and genres get left behind. But Edina resident Jonathan Rundman went on a mission to save some of them.

Smile: The Story of a Face

Playwright Sarah Ruhl and her husband, Tony Charuvastra, are taken by surprise when they learn that they are expecting twins—and when serious complications develop, Ruhl must rest in bed for months.