Health & Wellness

A low cell phone signal, a breath of fresh air, a dive into a cool lake on a humid summer afternoon and s’mores are ingredients for a perfect summer day. They are also the makings of a perfect camping trip, sans mosquitoes, of course.

Bobby Hart tries out the disc golf course at Rosland Park.

The disc golf course at Kenneth Rosland Park in Edina was built by the will of the people.

Nancy Schaber helps train youth volunteers at Fairview Southdale Hospital.

Each year, the Edina Community Foundation’s Connecting with Kids program recognizes standout leaders whose work with local youth “goes above and beyond their job descriptions,” according to the foundation’s execut

Edina artist Claire Jensen with her muse, a horse named Mama.

Edina High School graduate Claire Jensen has been drawing and painting for as long as she can remember.

At York Gardens Assisted Living, residents can take fitness classes with certified fitness professionals to develop strength, flexibility and balance.

 Tony Rimarcik, son of Convention Grill owner John Rimarcik, serves up the diner’s most popular meal: cheeseburger, fries and a malted milk.

From the open kitchen to the leather-topped bar stools to the red-and-white checkered tablecloths, Edina’s Convention Grill epitomizes the classic American diner.

Edina Mountain Bike Team member Max Ellingson, No. 331, is part of a growing local sport.

Edina High School junior Max Ellingson began mountain biking in eighth grade. You’ll find him astride his hardtail mountain bike as soon as the last bit of spring snow melts from pathways.

Guidance from an expert designer can help you create a lovely and low maintenance landscape.

Whether you love outdoor entertaining or simply crave a tranquil garden space to unwind after a long day, creating a lovely landscape requires planning.

Communication is key in every aspect of life, including sex and healthy relationships. But sex often is a difficult topic to tackle. Luckily, experts like those at Skyhill Sex and Relationship Therapy in Edina are available to help. Dr.

Tom Nevers, Nick Kennedy and Steve Calvert are former Edina High School baseball players who now dedicate time, energy and resources to developing young Edina athletes (all also get compensated to coach).

Pages