May 2016 Edina Magazine

In the May issue you'll find a workout that's all about the afterburn, discover the best look for your special occasion and get a peek at the latest glam looks from Edina shops.

Spring is in full swing, and the love of pizza is everywhere. Satisfying your pizza craving is easy. Edina has all kinds of pizzas with all kinds of trimmings.


When the Edina Hornets baseball team faced the Jefferson Jaguars at Braemar Field on an April afternoon in 2015, photographer Bryan C. Singer was there. Singer once played for the Hornets and knows other former players who are now coaches or have kids in the program.


When Margo Farrell extends an invitation to meet at the bar, it isn’t sipping on Cabernet she has in mind.


Take a martial arts class? Who me? No way, I couldn’t do that— or so you think!


Coley Wellman is an expert hairstylist who’s been in the business for 10 years, three of them at award-winning Lili Salon Spa in the Galleria. She cites the glamour of Sofia Vergara’s recent wedding hairstyle as an example of what is trending now: half up, half down, soft waves and curls.


Sleek, sophisticated and endlessly cool, monochrome fashion steals the spotlight. These glamorous black and white looks from Edina boutiques are the secret to effortless evening style.


The Edina Men’s Chorus will celebrate its 30th year this fall. The chorus consists of male students at Edina High School (EHS), graduates, adults and sometimes even grandparents.


Coffee klatches have, in part, moved from tidy homes to trendy cafés. Coffee-fueled bridge clubs now share calendar space with wine-sipping book clubs.


Edina is fortunate to feature a plethora of health care experts, which include Dr. Carol Carlson of Southdale Pediatric Associates; Tim Fargo, D.C.


Adherence to new year’s resolutions can run thin once springtime arrives. The team at Orangetheory Fitness offers a fresh approach to keeping fit and motivated.


Blue Cross and Blue Shield retail store opened in Edina in late 2014 with the purpose of helping the public learn more about, and get the most out of, their health care options.


With Cinco de Mayo landing on a weekday this year, your plans for a raging beach party in Cozumel might fall a little short.


As you plan for this season’s gardening, the annual Edina Garden Council plant sale should definitely be on your radar.


For more than 10 years, Edina High School seniors have been able to job shadow for prominent companies in the community during Senior May Term.


Mother’s Day is fast-approaching, and you can practically hear loved ones scrambling to find the perfect gift.


As a former test engineer at IBM, Jim Fenleson knows how to get to the root of a problem. In this case, 22 years after his retirement, the problem was his balance. After several falls, Fenleson was prompted to use his professional experience to discover what was causing his unsteadiness.


Minor injuries are nothing new to a parent of a young athlete.


It takes a good deal of preparation and patience to create a garden that you can be really proud of. Larry Cipolla, Hennepin County master gardener, has provided some handy advice for prepping and starting your garden in May.


Taste of Edina 2016 is bigger than ever for its 21st year.