Arts & Culture

Tom Hayes recalls a charmed childhood in Edina, at a time when homes were brimming with large families and plenty of kids to play with. Hayes graduated from Edina East High School and credits a teacher named John O’Doherty for inspiring his love of literature and lifelong learning.

Edina’s own Nicholas Legeros took first place in Public Art Edina’s 10th annual People’s Choice Awards.

The first blossom of a new public art project has unfurled at the corner of West 66th Street and Valley View Road.

One of the most common questions asked by Mathnasium students is how to study and prepare for upcoming math tests.  These “Mathletes” more often than not also suffer from test anxiety, which leads them to believe that no matter how much the

Moving is rarely a pleasant experience. While it often signifies a brand-new adventure, it can be time-consuming and frustrating, and it requires a lot of patience.

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, or FIRST—as in the FIRST robotics program—is an annual competition sweeping the nation.

For more than 40 years, Gail Shore of Edina has traveled to other countries on solo, self-funded trips—she’s taken photos, gotten to know the culture, and returned to share her experiences and photography with family and friends.

The first month of the new year encourages reassessments. Janice MacLeod takes stock of her choices the year she turns 34. She finds 100 ways to pare down, clean up and save her way to a new life in France.

Today they’re building robots; tomorrow they’ll change the way we do business.

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