The best compliment an author can hope to receive is when readers say they couldn’t put a book down.
If you’ve seen more wagging little tails in your neighborhood lately, then you’ve noticed a trend since the start of the pandemic: an uptick in dog ownership, a phenomenon confirmed by Edina Pet Hospital.
Wayne Kostroski didn’t set out to found an event that would fund 25 million meals. A local restauranteur since 1980, Kostroski toured a St. Paul food bank in 1985, was struck by the need and realized that he was in a position to help.
Just like most of 2020, the launch of U.S. veteran and Paralympian Melissa Stockwell’s book wasn’t to plan.
Nick Legeros is an Edina sculptor whose work sets a high standard for public art in our community.
Carly Zucker lives out her passion for philanthropy.
Finding himself out of work and, for the first time, a stay-at-home dad, Edina resident Bradley Smith wanted a way to connect with his kids. Thinking back to his own childhood, he came up with a plan.
Anna Bonavita founded travel company Esperienza after visiting the dying village of Pennabilli.
Because of his community involvement and desire to benefit the lives of others, Shrey Ramesh was recognized last year by the Edina Community Foundation’s Connecting with Kids program
This November, Ava Mehta from Edina will travel to Anaheim, Calif. to compete in the National All-American Miss pageant.