January 2018 Edina Magazine

Wellness is about more than physical fitness. It’s also about proximity to excellent healthcare options and access to healthy food and quality education. That said, Edina is well. Plus, don't miss our interview with American Ninja Warrior contestant, Sarah Shoback!

Edina based TNFL founder Wayne Kostroski has created a 25+ year tradition of donating the net proceeds from all TNFL programs and events to affiliated food banks in Super Bowl host ci
The medical staff at Fairview Southdale Hospital is serious about the phrase, “Children are our future.” Each year the hospital honors 16 students from eight area schools, including E
The first thing that stands out is the openness. “I see people walking much deeper into the library,” says librarian Maureen Millea Smith.
Edina has no shortage of good internists, trusted medical spa providers and motivating personal trainers.
Life is a constant stream of activity. Work, kids, date night, daily commute, cooking, and errands.
Jazz music and hunger relief may seem unrelated, but it was a passion for the rhythms of jazz that sparked one of the biggest hunger relief projects in the country. 
It is not uncommon to hear students and parents alike question why they need to know something when they can just look it up. In a world of Google, knowledge has lost its appeal.
Stop by the new Dampfwerk Distillery in St. Louis Park and your tour will involve quite a few introductions.
 get to the gym, Schoback does what she calls “full-day workouts” and encourages other busy moms with young kids at home to do the same.
To many, Edina is considered the gold standard in terms of providing its residents an outstanding quality of life.
The word “mall” has been synonymous with Edina ever since Southdale Center, America’s first indoor mall, opened over 70 years ago.
Edina Public schools (EPS) recently integrated its Early Childhood Family Education and Early Childhood Special Education departments to form the Early Learning Center (ELC).
Some celebration is in order with the 52nd Super Bowl coming to Minneapolis in February.
The interests and talents of Edina’s Lisa Rose are varied and noteworthy. She’s an actress and a school teacher. She teaches Zumba and is a Minnesota State Fair award winning baker.

During the lull between New Year’s and the Super Bowl, a reckoning with food begins. For many, January often means a commitment to healthier eating. Why not get off to a good start with granola? Delicious whole grains, nuts and fruits have the added boost of staying power.

The smell of popcorn hangs heavy in the January air and the quiet of winter is interrupted by jolts of laughter.