Misty Higgins opened her Etsy shop, Heartfelt Blooms, two years ago, and has built a reputation for adorable felt floral pieces that are oh so swoon-worthy.
Shops & Business
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.
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.
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.
Mother’s Day is fast-approaching, and you can practically hear loved ones scrambling to find the perfect gift.
Any time a small-business owner includes a handwritten note tied with a ribbon in every order, you know she enjoys her work and brightening someone’s day.
A lot has happened in the career of 34-year-old artist Drew Beson since Edina Magazine last wrote about him in October 2008. For one, he is no longer active in the FRESH Marketing Group he founded to help promote his work.
You can’t judge a book by its cover—or a business by its name. At first glance, Batting Cages of Minnesota (BCM) and the Help Boardshop and Indoor Skatepark might appear to be venues solely for baseball players in search of extra reps or skateboarders looking for an indoor ramp.
Every Monday from 9:30 a.m. to noon the women of the LeagueAires choir ensemble gather for rehearsal at Colonial Church of Edina, until the second week of January, when it is time to take their show on the road throughout the Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs.
Edina resident Kimberly Rynders was once a single pregnant teen whose dysfunctional family turned her away. Now, Rynders is a happily married mother of five, new grandmother and is the larger-than-life director of Tapestry Pregnancy and Family Resource Center for women and children in crisis.
Picture this: Ten gentlemen sporting vests and green caps emblazoned with the words “Edina Lions,” flipping pancakes and joking with high school graduates and their parents in a suburban garage.