Movember raises awareness about men’s health.
Health & Wellness
Edina native and former Tiger Oak Publications intern Mary McGuire won the prestigious 2013 David Kaplan Memorial Fellowship and recently enjoyed a four-month paid fellowship with ABC News’ Washington, D.C., bureau.
“Sometimes being uncomfortable is necessary,” says Anna Schmiel, whose documentary Others about homelessness in the Twin Cities is intended to do more than entertain audiences. A 2013 graduate of Edina High School, Schmiel began learning about poverty in Minnesota at a young age.
There was a time, not long ago, when the bells of the streetcar were a familiar sound amid the hustle and bustle of the Twin Cities.
Tom Rob Smith's debut novel, Child 44, remains to this day one of the best thrillers I have ever read. Exciting, adventuresome, at times disturbing and extraordinarily original, Child 44 is one of those rare debuts that seems impossible to top.
Fitness Together in Edina is putting a different spin on group training with its PACK small group training sessions.
Don’t miss your chance to vote in the 10th annual “Images of Edina” photo contest, the result of a three-year partnership between the City of Edina and Edina Magazine.
Hollywood Boulevard flaunts its Walk of Fame; the Milky Way boasts billions of heavenly bodies, and Edina, too, has its stars. We’re talking about the 25 Best of the City winners that you anointed via your online votes this past winter.
Scott Crosbie remembers being 8 years old, standing on the street corner and waiting for the band to march down the street. Edina’s Memorial Day parades during the 1960s were an inspiration to the boy who later became the director of Edina’s John Philip Sousa Memorial Band.