South View Middle School thespians rehearsed virtually over the winter. In spring, the show directors Erica Gardner, Jim Hawthorne along with crew director Matt Pearson researched the idea of students performing live at an outdoor venue.
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What’s the difference between a house and a home? Laura Orfield–Skrivseth, co-owner of Orfield Design & Construction, Inc., has the answer: It’s about bringing the personal together with the practical.
“During the past two years, photography has become a family hobby as we have enjoyed learning how to use our cameras and compose pictures. I was inspired to take this picture when our youngest child, Ava, took the initiative to try using the DSLR camera.
For Hayley Morrison, being a Girl Scout is about more than selling cookies.
Last winter, Edina government officials created the Pedestrian & Cyclist Safety Fund (PACS) to increase the convenience, safety and route options for the city’s pedestrians and cyclists, especially for children who bike or walk to school.Now, with PACS as a supporting body, the City of Edina
For Edina resident Patrick Kelly, it was time to come home. The insurance agency owner and Richfield native recently moved his company, Wayzata Asset Management, to Edina.
According to U.S. Census data, Edina’s Indian population tripled from 2000 to 2010.
For 30 years, 50th and France’s annual Pumpkin Festival has been turning the shopper’s paradise into a popular pre-Halloween party.
Homes are a-changin’ in Edina. The city approved 101 permits for new home construction last year—more than 2011 and 2010 combined—and the pace didn’t slow in the first half of 2013, says Steve Kirchman, Edina’s chief building official. For some residents, however, the boom has not been a boon.
For many of us, the world of high-fashion modeling exists only in savvy city hubs such as New York, Chicago, Paris and Milan, but for 17-year-old Edina High School senior Bella Kane, the fast-paced lifestyle of the bold and beautiful couldn’t be closer to home.Bella grew up like any average Mid
Emma Lind Rovick was an average suburban housewife in the 1940s, when she and her husband, Odd, were busy raising two sons and a daughter. But in the early 1950s, when daughter Janice wanted a piano, Rovick went to work as a secretary in a real estate office to earn a little pin money.