November 2017 Edina Magazine

Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas will begin this month at the Children’s Theatre Company. In this issue, meet the man behind the success of some of the most enchanting local family entertainment.

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s time to talk turkey. The bird is synonymous with the holiday, yet a big undertaking for many a well-intentioned cook and carver.


"France is a Feast: The Photographic Journey of Paul and Julia Child" by Alex Prud’homme and photography edited by Katie Pratt

Every year they come back, lighting up long winter nights with their glimmering glow. 
Old becomes new. Pieces become a whole. Clothing becomes art.
With a sense of smell thousands of times more accurate than their human companions, K-9 police dogs are an important addition to the Edina police force and to the community they serve
Andrew and Jennifer Fleury have always been crafty. Co-owners of the St.

You may recognize  the name Nadeau if, like countless Minnesotans, you’ve spent time driving down the Uptown neck of Hennepin Avenue.


Since Brosius arrived in 1997, CTC has become such a part of the Twin Cities arts culture that it might be difficult to find someone it hasn’t affected.


There's a saying that next to life itself, God’s most precious gift is sight. No one knows that better than 16-year-old Om Jahagirdar of Edina.

It’s just before 5p.m. on November 25. The sky is dark and the crowd buzzes with anticipation. The countdown begins. 
"What was your third favorite christmas present last year?" That was the question senior pastor Steve Wheeler asked Cross View Lutheran Church members right before challenging them to
In many homes, a lower level serves as a jack-of-all-trades­—entertainer, laundress, mechanical equipment keeper and storage minder.

As community members continue to evaluate how the area is best served, the neighborhood around 44th Street and France Avenue is giving and getting support from incoming businesses, including Callahan Framing Co. and Bean + Ro.