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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.

On a summer morning in Edina, a group of girls stood next to a checkerboard-patterned carpet. It’s only 10 feet from one side to the other, but they could only use a few squares on the board to get across—and if they stepped on a forbidden square, the carpet emits a loud beeping sound.

Edina’s Highlands Elementary School said farewell to three influential educators who retired this spring.

What makes a superior July 4th fireworks experience? The right company, weather and location are essential, but what about the show itself?

Edina horticulturist Tim Zimmerman and Bachman’s have teamed up to grace Edina’s new bronze eagle veterans’ memorial statue with an intricate garden scheme.

Don’t forget to bring a little piece of Edina with you when you travel! Snap a shot of someone holding a copy of Edina Magazine for a future installment of Travel Log.

Eco-friendly plans are heating up in Edina. New energy policies achieved in the 2013 Minnesota legislative session mandate that Xcel Energy help fund community solar programs.

A four-legged Edina hero passed away in January, just a week into retirement.

Edina’s leaders in philanthropy will be honored this month at the 36th annual City Volunteer Recognition Event on April 29.

All couples are prone to some off days, and it is perhaps this universality that spurred readers to vote for this photo of a pair of seemingly disgruntled wood ducks as this year’s Readers’ Choice winner in the Images of Edina photo contest.

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