Art Girls co-founder Hollie Blanchard says, “I used to dream about opening a floral shop with vintage curated clothing. For me it was a recipe crafted with aromatic scents and a sweet nod to creating a signature style. This oil painting stopped me in my tracks.
Health & Wellness
Green grass may be the hallmark of the home, but terrific turf doesn’t just happen. Take charge. Armed with the right tools and proper plans, any homeowner can turn lawn-care duty into a stress-relieving hobby.
One of the most frightening moments of our lives is watching someone forget. Not their keys or where they parked their car, but parts of their life. Fortunately, there are several facilities in Edina to assist when this happens.
Food, faith and family intertwine at Los Padres Mexican Restaurant. An obliging staff, comprised of seven family members, conveys a warm welcome.
It seems every month, we are faced with another round of skin care product and procedure recommendations from industry experts and health professionals around the country. But our skin faces its own brand of issues—from winter’s wrath to sundrenched days at the lake. Edina Magazine asked those who know us best—professionals right here in Edina—to offer their recommendations for healthy skin.
Kally Karjala, medical esthetician and manager with Skin Artisans at Edina Plastic Surgery; Michelle Poirier, vice president with Lili Salon Spa; and Patrick Connery of Blue Mercury offer their best tips.
First century poet Martial made one of the earliest references to synchronized swimming. He described a group of women performing acrobatics in a flooded Coliseum delighting Roman elite.
Yoga didn’t always seem accessible to Brooke Toftoy, so she sought her own lane.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. In an effort to help raise awareness, we spoke to Dr. Jess Prischmann from Prischmann Facial Plastic Surgery for advice.
No one can deny the fun of sports or our fascination with competition. Matt Lindberg of Edina can attest to this. “My mom basically made me play every sport imaginable,” Matt says. “Soccer just sort of stuck with me.”