Photographer Lori Anne Yang tells us about her Images of Edina submission "Walking Each Other Home."
Arts & Culture
When Anagha Deshmukh lost her mother three years ago, she felt a deep chasm between grief and day-to-day life.
With a desire to inspire future generations, Edina Community Education Services (CES) has developed over 350 programs for youth in grades K–12.
Collaborative effort brings new sculpture to Centennial Lakes Park.
Local garden experts offer ideas for jump-starting your garden.
Journalist, graphic novelist, and bestselling author of Between the World and Me and We Were Eight Years in Power, Ta-Nehisi Coates’s first novel, The Water Dancer, is a great work of suspenseful storytelling.
The Edina Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual gala in February. The evening included entertainment, food, cocktails and a silent auction to benefit the organization’s local mission.
Story-telling and live music from community members and local professional artists in January inspired lots of warm feelings during the depths of winter.
We asked Molly Andresen, a photographer with a small business focused on families and weddings, to tell us about her photo titled “Baseball High Five.”
When one local couple couldn't find what they were looking for on the housing market, they bought a rambler in Edina and enlisted City Homes to remodel it for "right-size" living.