With the 2018 Winter Olympics opening in Pyeongchang, it’s only fitting to expand our local food horizons to include Korean flavors. Edina has no restaurant solely dedicated to Korean cuisine but fusions abound. Take kimchi, a fermented cabbage powerhouse enlivening everything from tacos to squid to pizza and more.
get to the gym, Schoback does what she calls “full-day workouts” and encourages other busy moms with young kids at home to do the same. “You don’t have to find just one large chunk of time to get a workout in,” she says. “Instead, do little circuits throughout the day.”
Imagine you’re strolling through Chelsea Market in New York City. The twinkling lights, the towering Christmas trees, the hustle and bustle of holiday shoppers. This is where designer Jeanne Anselmo found inspiration for the holiday display at the Galleria.
Sometimes your favorite home décor items are those made especially for you. Things with a terrific backstory can provide the most lasting interest and joy. That’s what Emily and Dan Kobes, owners of Crafty Wilhelmina, hope to offer their customers—beautifully designed home décor signs meaningful to those who purchase them.
Think back to your childhood. What did you want to be when you grew up? Brek Perry wanted to be an engineer. Perry imagined following in his father’s footsteps and going to engineering school, but his mother recommended he become a vet.
“At my core I am a storyteller,” says writer, producer and director Maribeth Romslo. This storyteller and Edina resident has created an impressive body of work. Her feature film Dragonfly was released in the spring of 2016 and has been well received at film festivals around the country. It follows several short feature films, including the sci-fi short The Light at the Laundromat and a feature-length documentary called Our Journey Home, both in 2015.