Shops & Business

Glass sculpture "The Wave" by artist David Wight

Going to the beach is one of this season’s finest luxuries, and enjoying Minnesota lakes tops my own “Best Way to Spend a Summer Day” list. When I visit one of the coasts—east, west or north—

New Spaces

  When you realize your home is no longer serving your needs, you typically have two choices: renovate or move.

Bigbee with artist renderings of Sound on 27th, an affordable housing  community opening in Edina this spring. Renderings courtesy of Aeon.

Arnie Bigbee refers to himself as “kind of a volunteer geek.” After retiring in 2007 from a 32-year career in administration at Mayo Clinic, he has committed his time to organizations in Edina and the Twin Cities, focusing on the issue of affordable housing.

Evereve flagship store

If you’ve been out and about in the 50th & France area, it’s hard not to notice a bold new navy blue façade next to Paper Source.

wedding dress on hanger

Growing up in an environment where everything was celebrated, Edina alumna and founder of Ringham Events Natalie Ringham says her passion for planning has been a part of who she is for as long as she can remember.

Children’s Heartlink

Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the seventh leading cause of death in infants across the world. Even though CHD is common, global access to care for heart illnesses is tricky. This is why Children’s Heartlink exists.

Soar Leadership Council

Combining the power of brilliant researchers with passionate community members, Soar Leadership Council is a group of young female professionals in the Twin Cities that strives to uplift emerging scientists on the verge of breakthrough solutions

Dan Arom

Dan Arom’s friendship with Edina High School (EHS) classmate Spenser Somers set him on his path of volunteerism. A member of the class of 1990, Somers fought cancer for five years before passing away following graduation. Friends created the Spenser Somers Foundation in his honor.

At the 2021 Taste Fore the Tour, local celebs and guests gathered to raise funds for local food shelf, VEAP.

“Most people in the United States only wear about 20 percent of their wardrobes. That means that 80 percent of the clothes are languishing in their closet being unworn,” Nancy Dilts says.

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