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It’s hard to believe that two decades have passed since the tragic events of 9/11. Each year, many pause on September 11th to honor and remember lives lost.

Looking for a connection? The Edina Resource Center is in the business of connecting people to organizations that can help, on subjects ranging from financial or legal support to transportation.

Lisa Hafey’s photo “Say Cheese” took top honors in the Doing Business category of the 2015 Images of Edina photo contest. During a regular day at Jerry’s Foods, Hafey, with her Canon Rebel camera, visited Carolyn, pictured in back, and Mary, in front, at the cheese sampling table.

An impressive team of women of faith are responsible for a new multi-generational celebration of spirituality, leadership and individual purpose at Christ Presbyterian Church (CPC) in Edina.

Edina High School (EHS) seniors and juniors have received a fresh look at ethics in the workplace and life thanks to the efforts of Jerry Potter, a longtime Edina Rotarian who passed away this past June.

We are excited to announce that the 2016 Best of Edina survey is here! Don't miss your chance to vote for your favorite shops, restaurants, people, hot spots and more.

Edina’s Parent Communication Network (PCN) offers a valuable option for parents, educators, and caretakers to plug into unifying issues.

Community aspirations to provide local homes for hens and honeybees received an official stamp of approval this past spring.

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Ciao, Edina

Tyler and Kyle Christopherson brought along a bit of home while enjoying a long-awaited trip to Venice, Italy.

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An Historic Vacation

Local businesses get recognized for recycling efforts.

Celebrating surviors and honoring lost loved ones.

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Thursday, October 7
[Food & Drink]
Amalia's Mesoamerican Table is a Guatemala-centric sequel to Amalia's Guatemalan Kitchen, my first book. Join me in celebrating its launch!

Event Galleries

Take a look at photos from events in your community.